Located in the city centre, between Via Zabarella and Via S. Biagio, Ca’ del Chiostro originally housed a convent dedicated to San Bernardino in the mid-15th century.
During the Napoleonic period, it was used as a military barracks, and between 1827 and 2009 housed the headquarters of the Intendenza di Finanza. By the end of 2025, Ca’ del Chiostro will be a residential complex comprising around fifty exclusive, elegant flats ranging in size from 100 m² to 300 m².
Drawing on its residential expertise developed over a number of years in Germany and France, Covivio decided to redevelop in Padua one of its office buildings in a central urban residential area.
Ca’ del Chiostro will offer a wide range of residential accommodation, with 5 different types of flat: from the Urban Suite on two floors with a living area opening onto a private garden, to the Domus Urbana, like a Villa in the city, spread over three floors with a double entrance and private garden, and the Comfort Home with two and three-bedroom flats with terraces. As for the Palazzetto Nobile, it will retain certain elements of the former monastery, such as Gothic-style windows and frescoes. It will consist of a single flat of more than 700 m² with private garden, garage and independent entrance. Finally, a Penthouse will offer single-storey flats in the newly-built wing with a large terrace.
Ca’ del Chiostro in 3 words
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