Timescale and investments

 

Timescale over which the project evolves / evolved

In 2000 Venice Port Authority launched an urban regeneration program in the port’s historical core, as a big “open port” initiative to encourage dialogue between the port and the city.
Works started in that same year and are still going on.
1.    Demolition of the wall that separated the city from the port area of Santa Marta (2000)
2.    Building 17 (2000) – now hosts two port training centres
3.    Building 16 (2001) – that now hosts the offices of some maritime agencies
4.    “Ligabue” warehouses and “Cotonificio Veneziano” (2003 – 2007) – which now hosts Venice Universities
5.    Former church (2006) – now conference centre
6.    Buildings 12 and 13 (2007) – now headquarters of Venice Port Authority
7.    Building 15 (2010) – now headquarters of the Coastal Guard

8. Building 1 (2015) - now hosting an art center called Arterminal

Financial Aspects

1.    Demolition of the wall that separated the city from the port area of Santa Marta
2.    Building 17: € 1.300.000
3.    Building 16: € 2.000.000
4.    “Ligabue” warehouses and “Cotonificio Veneziano”: not restored by the Port Authority
5.    Former church of Santa Marta: € 1.290.000
6.    Buildings 12 and 13: € 6.000.000
7.    Building 15: € 4.781.000
8.    Building 1: €250.000