It’s a process that has been lingering for years, but now more progress is being made.
Il Tempo reports that progress was made on two important items related to the Stadio della Roma.
The first is related to Radovan Vitek, a Czech real-estate developer and CEO of CPI Property Group. The city requested information from Eurnova, the real estate developer who was originally tasked to join Roma on the project, which real estate company would be seeing the project through.
Eurnova admitted that Vitek’s CPI Property Group will be acquiring the Tor di Valle land from them and will be partnering with the Giallorossi on the project, signaling their exit on the project.
It’s promising news considering Vitek’s notoriety and the ambition of his company.
Meanwhile, the second item is related to the Variant and Convention drafts of the project. These two items are being finalised and will be put in front of Rome mayor, Virginia Raggi, next week.
Raggi will decide whether these items documents related to the project should be brought to a vote from the necessary municipalities and commissions (of which there are five).
The vote will the swing back to Raggi and those on Capitol Hill for the final vote.