An international real estate patrimony
Through its associated businesses, Veroniki Holding manages a large real estate portfolio in five European countries (Italy, Spain, Romania, Greece and France) consisting of wholly-owned properties and land, renting out offices and apartments for residential use.
The properties are situated in plush and central areas of the cities in which they are located, a factor that helps to maintain and increase their value over time.
Staying true to its philosophy, Veroniki Holding has also invested in sustainability in the real estate sector.
In Italy we have a total of 77 real estate units divided between residential, commercial, tertiary properties and land in important cities such as Milan and Venice.
we are present in Paris with several real estate units consisting of residential and commercial properties.
In Spain, we have a total of 19 real estate units divided between residential, commercial and land properties in major cities such as Madrid and Palma de Mallorca.
In Romania, we have a total of 68 real estate units divided between residential, commercial and land properties in major cities such as Bucharest and Lugoj.
In Greece we have a total of 80 real estate units divided between residential, commercial, tertiary properties and land in important locations such as Athens, Corfu, Crete, Thessaloniki and many others.
Immersed in the green heart of the Città Studi district, nòvAmpère brings new architectural, construction and residential solutions to this historic Milanese neighbourhood, location of prestigious universities and cutting-edge businesses, reflecting its community spirit and sharing its values, most notably that of innovation. Because the complex was designed today to be ready for the future: see the smart technologies like domotics, the geothermal heating and cooling system, the solar panels and the “smog eating” facade which guarantee maximum comfort and efficiency, avoiding waste and respecting the environment.
A new way of living.
Veroniki Holdin has also constructed a sustainable building in Palma de Mallorca, Spain with various features to reduce the energy emissions associated with traditional constructions: ventilated facades in cotto, heat-reflecting insulation, insulated doors and windows with low-emission glass, a brise-soleil which reduces heat gain, hot water produced using solar panels with accumulator, heating through a heat pump and programmable thermostats.
Veroniki Holding also applies its sustainability philosophy to existing properties with investments to make buildings more sustainable through targeted actions.