Reopening of Galleria Alberto Sordi: the revival of an iconic place.
The countdown for the reopening of Galleria Alberto Sordi is about to end: soon, both the citizens and tourists of Rome will be able to appreciate the renewed look of this unique place. Thanks to an ambitious redevelopment project, the Galleria will appear as a refined blend of history and modernity. New national and international brands, innovative and sustainable energy solutions, and architectural choices focused on openness will all make Galleria Alberto Sordi a functional and prestigious space. Roman shopping will have a new reference point.
LESS STORES, MORE QUALITY (AND MORE SUSTAINABILITY)
Less is more, as they say. Therefore, upon reopening, the number of stores inside Galleria Alberto Sordi will decrease from 27 to 15: an apparent downsizing that is, in fact, aimed at offering more quality to customers and visitors. Major international brands will have their retail outlets inside the Galleria, making it their new home in the heart of the Capital.
The reduction in the number of stores also aligns with a greater focus on sustainability. The main goal of the redevelopment project is to ensure that the modernization of the spaces protects the planet by reducing environmental impact.
Despite being a building with a history that began over 150 years ago – and therefore characterized by numerous structural constraints – the Galleria is aiming for BREEAM In-Use certification, which assesses the sustainability of buildings. To achieve this, a series of innovative solutions have also been adopted to reduce CO2 emissions and control energy consumption.