Palazzo Giureconsulti has been at the heart of Milano’s cultural and business life for four centuries.
A few steps from Piazza Duomo, with its elegant façade and clock tower, it is one of the most elegant and fascinating palaces in the city center, with a total area of 4000 square meters spread over four floors.
Designed by Vincenzo Seregni, the building was inaugurated in 1654: it has always acted as physical reference for the Milanese business community and here opened the first Milano Stock Exchange (1809). Since 1911, Palazzo Giureconsulti is property of the Milano Chamber of Commerce.
It is the oldest and most central convention space in the city.
After major restoration work on the façade and the main internal spaces, including the reception and the prestigious Sala Colonne (Column Hall), proposes itself as a meeting, exchange and communication place open to the various communities of the city that are committed to making Milano increasingly attractive.
An interpretation, in step with the spirit of this time, of the role that the Palazzo has played over the centuries: not just a central location, but a touchpoint that contributes to the promotion and development of those investing in Milano.
Palazzo Giureconsulti, the place where the future begins.