ITALY: Campari sells office to Morgan Stanley
In a statement, Campari said it sold the modern building in central Milan to Morgan Stanley Eurozone Office Fund for €47m.
Under a deal with Morgan Stanley, Campari will keep its headquarters in the via Turati office under a six-year lease.
The maker of the famous bitters brand will then move to new offices it is going to build in the Sesto San Giovanni suburb.
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