The network of the Unipol group's innovative projects
Urban Up is the project developed by the Unipol Group dedicated to the renovation of the buildings owned by the Group and aimed at upgrading some of the most important buildings in the Italian property portfolio.
The Urban Up project started in the city of Milan with the renovation of some buildings that symbolize the Lombard capital in terms of history and position, and has continued with the redevelopment of other structures in several Italian cities. A project that combines innovation and tradition with the aim of enhancing the beauty and importance of true icons of the Italian urban landscape. Through modernization and renovation works, skyscrapers, buildings and historic buildings will once again take on a leading role in the urban fabric.
The Unipol Group
We want to be a great Italian group that knows how to stay close to people and meet their needs
A market leader proud of what it does, able to offer and earn trust, to work in a competent, simple, and fast way, creating value for all stakeholders.
We want people to feel more secure and confident in the future, accompanying them in their choices for protection, savings, and quality of life thanks to the active presence of our local networks.
We want to always listen and value our people in an inclusive environment, supporting their growth and development through choices based on merit.
We want to be an innovative interlocutor for the development of our country, offering skills, resources, and tools to tackle economic and social changes and oversee their effects. We want to enhance the social dimension of our business by supporting activities and projects capable of fostering a more cohesive and sustainable society.
Unipol Gruppo S.p.A. is the second insurance group in the Italian market and the first in the Non-Life Division, among the top ten in Europe, whose ordinary shares have been listed on the Italian Stock Exchange since 1990 and included in the FTSE MIB. Its main shareholders are some of the companies that represent the Italian cooperative movement. It has over 14,000 employees and serves almost 15 million customers, thanks to Italy's largest agency network.