One of the strengths of Rome’s bid is the real estate solution offered to house the new Authority’s headquarters. The premises will be located in the EUR district.

Initially conceived as a highly prestigious architectural complex for the 1942 World’s Exhibition, the EUR district is a dynamic and lively area, which is home to some of the most impressive examples of Italian rationalist architecture. This district is both one of the most pleasant residential areas of the city and the region’s most important business district, easily accessible from the two Rome’s international airports and very well-connected to the rest of the city.

The premises will meet all AMLA’s requirements, with the latest energy-saving technologies, top notch digital security and network infrastructures, modern style open-space offices, internal green areas and car parking.
The building will be equipped with state-of-the-art cybersecurity to ensure the confidentiality of all data processed by the Authority. The headquarters will be available and operational from day one and will have a capacity up to 450 employees.

Rome is a city at the forefront of connectivity. It is equipped with the most modern landline and mobile data transmission networks. The development of cybersecurity is ensured by the presence of the recently established National Cybersecurity Authority. In the coming years, the city’s technological endowment will increase thanks to the development of 5G projects and widespread Wi-Fi coverage. In particular, the further development of the 5G network, the installation of free Wi-Fi hotspots in more than 100 squares, as well as the 5G connection of more than 2,000 cameras for territorial control and 1,800 IoT sensors are planned, which will make Rome an increasingly smart city.