Why Choose Palazzo Mezzanotte
Because its history is unique
Palazzo Mezzanotte has been home to the Italian Stock Exchange since 1932. Designed by architect Paolo Mezzanotte, it hosted stock trading until the end of the 1980s to become, after the computerization of exchanges, a large convention center. The monumental facade of the building is made of travertine marble and houses sculptures by Leone Lodi and Geminiano Cibau. Inside the building are the remains of a Roman theater and works by the Milanese designer Gio Ponti.
Because the services are high quality
Thanks to the intuition of the architect Paolo Mezzanotte, who had redesigned his creation in the 1950s, today Palazzo Mezzanotte is a sought-after venue for conferences, presentations and gala dinners. Equipped with state-of-the-art services, it can accommodate up to 600 people. AFM manages exclusive banqueting services.
Because the position is strategic
Palazzo Mezzanotte in Piazza Affari, a few steps from the Duomo of Milan and the Cordusio subway stop, close to major hotels in the city center.