Florence Chamber of Commerce (Florence)
Located between Piazza dei Giudici, Lungarno Diaz, and Piazza Mentana, the Florence Chamber of Commerce headquarters is a 9,000-sqm property. It was home to the first Chamber of Commerce of Italy, established on 1 February 1770 by Grand Duke Pietro Leopoldo. The building is located where the Wool Guild’s pullery stood in the Middle Ages.
The premises are recently refurbished with state-of-the-art technology, and offer 20 customizable suites available for mediation meetings, a 45-seat workshop room, a 282-seat auditorium, the impressive main hall that once housed the Florence Stock Exchange, and a rooftop terrace with a breathtaking view of the city.