The Tiziano Fund is a closed umbrella real estate fund, reserved for qualified investors. The subscriptions to each sub-fund can be made both through a contribution in capital or a contribution in kind of real estate assets.
The Tiziano Fund is made up of sub-funds with a different duration and investment policy:
1) San Nicola, duration 30 years; designated use: real estate assets intended primarily for non-residential use; asset allocation: Italy Overseas, and OECD member countries.
2) Italiana Hotel, duration 25 years; designated use: real estate assets with various intended uses primarily non-residential; asset allocation: OECD member countries.
3) Flora, duration 15 years; designated use: buildings with various intended uses primarily non-residential; asset allocation: EU member states.
4) Venere, duration 25 years; designated use: technical plants, built or to be built for the production of electricity through solar photovoltaic technology; asset allocation: Italy.
The Fund was established with four sub-funds by a resolution of the Board of Directors on June 19th 2008.
Currently, the active sub-funds are the San Nicola Sub-fund as of December 27th 2011 and the Venere Sub-fund as of December 29th 2010.
In January 2012 the Tiziano Fund, San Nicola Sub-fund acquired two hotels of high standing, the Grande Albergo Delle Nazioni in Bari and the Hotel Borgia in Rome. The Grande Albergo Delle Nazioni in Piazza Amando Diaz was realized in 1930 on the project of the architect Alberto Calza Bini and was declared by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage to be a building of historical interest. During the restoration phase the building maintained its original architectural importance thanks to the involvement of the architect Amerigo Restucci, architect of the new Petruzzelli in Bari. The Hotel dei Borgia in via Palermo is a perfect example of neo-classical architecture in the heart of Via Nazionale in Rome.
In January 2014 the Tiziano Fund, San Nicola Sub-fund acquired three important stores rented to the Coin Group. Two shops are located in the prestigious Milanese commercial areas and a third one is situated in the heart of the old town, in via Spadari, a step away from the Duomo.
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