Fo.Ro Living, Piazza Dei Navigatori, Rome, 00147 | New homes for sale | Savills
44.22 to 281.03 sq m(476 to 3,025 sq ft)
Asking price €347,000 -​ €2,965,000(£292,436 -​ £2,498,769)

Fo.Ro LivingPiazza Dei Navigatori, Rome, 00147

  • New development

Translated From Italian

Key features

  • Rooftop garden
  • Relaxation Area
  • Private Gym
  • Coworking area
  • Putting Green
  • Lockers
  • Concierge
  • Living area

Fascinating contemporary architecture project

About this property

  • Fo.Ro Living is the new futuristic project signed by the famous architect Mario Cucinella, which integrates the environment, ethics and society, declining them according to the key principles of sustainable well-being. At the center of a dynamic and constantly evolving district, near the Appia Antica park, an exclusive complex is born both for the charm of its spaces and for the natural elements that surround it, giving the residents an elegant and comfortable. The quality of life within the Roman Forest is enhanced by the variety of valuable services it offers: a panoramic rooftop with solarium, location for events and open-air lounges; a gym equipped with the most modern equipment; a relaxation area with Jacuzzi; a putting green dedicated to golf lovers; a dedicated concierge service; an open space dedicated to coworking; a distinguished and comfortable hall; a locker room for online purchases and home shopping. The interiors of FO.RO Living stand out for the extraordinary charm born from the union of modern forms, advanced techniques and top quality furnishings, which give rise to homes capable of responding to the most current needs by meeting your tastes. Dream domestic spaces, designed to offer personal contact with nature, where sunlight is the protagonist. The wide range of three-room apartments allows residents to choose between dynamic housing solutions, which are distinguished by the size of the representative areas, the variety and brightness of the interior spaces, the terraces full of vegetation in the style of the Roman Forest.