Milan, as we know, has always been the home of two of the most successful teams on the Italian football scene. At the same time, the Lombard capital has a reputation for being a modern and trendy city, the typical VIP-catcher.
Thanks to an ever-changing real estate market, in which every day we witness the construction of exclusive and elegant villas, and modern skyscrapers in glass and steel with luxury apartments on the highest floors, it is not difficult to believe that Milan is really the number one choice. one of the rich, be they industrialists, managers, footballers, actors or whoever for them. Some of them are linked to the city due to their origins, others are passing through, for example because they are involved in playing for Milan or Inter, executives of one of the many multinationals in the city or engaged in the recording of TV programs or series television.
It goes without saying that this category of people, who very often have liquidity prohibited to the middle class, crowd the most beautiful houses and the richest neighborhoods of the city. But where exactly do VIPs live in Milan? What is the favorite area for footballers? Let’s start immediately with a clarification: there are now very few who still live outside Milan. The new and exclusive districts of the city manage to attract more and more famous people, who often find a home inside the new skyscrapers.
There is no need to go around it, the Brera area is a favorite of the neo-Milanese, whether they are footballers, actors or VIPs in general. Its bohemian soul with street performers and small streets makes the neighborhood truly unmissable. Paolo Maldini and Walter Zenga know this very well, icons of Milan and Inter at the turn of the 90s, who still reside in this elegant district today.
But a short distance away there is also the prestigious house of Eros Ramazzotti, and the host Barbara D’Urso also lived in this area, and then moved to Cologno Monzese to be closer to the television studios.
The new buildings in the Isola district have given the area a whole new look, projected into the third millennium. Undoubtedly, Bosco Verticale stands out among the most famous skyscrapers, a true icon of the new Milan. With its luxury apartments suspended between sky and vegetation, it was chosen as a residence by the stylists Diego Dolcini and Gaia Trussardi, but also by the footballers Ivan Perisic and Felipe Melo, who will be able to brighten up their evenings of fun with the rhymes of rapper Lorenzo Carvalho, also a very illustrious guest of the Vertical Forest.
A short distance from here, in Corso Como to be precise, there are other houses of the VIPs of Milan, who among footballers, actors and writers particularly love this area. Some famous names? Gennaro Gattuso, Fabio Volo, Diego Abatantuono and Claudio Cecchetto.
Finally, in via Melchiorre Gioia, there is the new home of Diletta Leotta, in a super luxurious apartment a stone’s throw from the new Versace and Inter Milan offices.
The neighborhood of the future of Milan has a name, and it’s CityLife. Here you can find the Straight, the Storto and the Curvo, which for many could be characters in a drama or a joke while they are the three buildings that make up the scenic Tre Torri, the nerve center of the neighborhood.
In their shadow you can see the houses of Fedez and Chiara Ferragni, but also of numerous players, including Biglia, Kessiè, Handanovic and Lautaro Martinez, in addition to the two French Milan Maignan and Giroud.
Finally, one of the most sought-after areas among Milan’s footballers is Portello, where Casa Milan is located. And it is some of the Rossoneri who live in this area: in fact, near Parco Vittoria there are the luxurious homes of Calhanoglu, Conti, Caldara, Calabria and De Vrij, in a very convenient area for going to training every day. It would be convenient for them to live in the San Siro area too, but the stadium district no longer attracts many players, except for Inter fans Brozovic and Vecino and AC Milan player Bennacer.