Palazzo Lombardia is the new headquarters of the Lombardy Council and it’s near the Pirelli skyscraper, close to the two stations named Milano Centrale and Milano Garibaldi. On the occasion of Expo 2015 the panoramic viewpoint on the 39th floor is open to all and so is the "Colonne dell'arte".
Next to the big park named "I Giardini di Porta Nuova" there’s the Bosco Verticale, which is an innovative project that helps mitigating smog and producing oxygen: a new way of living in the city while being surrounded by nature.
The Torre Unicredit in piazza Gae Aulenti in Porta Nuova district is the headquarters of UniCredit Bank, it’s the highest skyscraper of Italy and the twentieth of Europe.
Torre Diamante was designed as part of the rehabilitation of Porta Nuova; it’s 140 m high (460 ft), thus being the 4th highest skyscraper of Milan and the 5th highest skyscraper of Italy. Its name is due to its shape, which reminds us of a diamond.
Torre Solaria is inserted between Torre Aria and Torre Solea, and it’s one of the most important buildings of the Porta Nuova project: the tower is 143 m high (470 ft) and it’s the highest residential building of Italy.
Palazzo Morando is located in the city centre and constitutes, together with Museo del Risorgimento and Palazzo Moriggia, the Civiche Raccolte Storiche museum; it’s also the seat of Museo del Costume Moda Immagine and houses rooms used for exhibitions and lectures.
Palazzo Affari ai Giureconsulti is located in Via Mercanti nearby Piazza Duomo, and it is a prestigious multi-functional centre hosting conventions, exhibitions and lectures . The facilities are offered to the economic, financial and institutional community and to companies.