Finance, economy, work, socio-economic and political relations, but also services, consumption, leisure; all of these are the modifying agents of urban and territorial structures.


Urban centers are normally seen as workplaces, but main trends today increasingly reveal the desire to “live” in places that can offer rest and leisure. Other places are searched and have been re- evaluating for living; lakes, hills, countryside, not far from the cities and within short distances: “The time of rest.”


Almost like a vacation, no longer tied to consumed actions and times; a search for quality of life that privileges the respect and integration of the landscape, opposed to an idea of “second home” as a violation of the environment.


For GP&C, to carry out real estate business means fully understanding the needs of this modern way of living the city.


GP&C interprets “the living” according to an approach that really combines the culture of real estate service with that of the environment.


GP&C is distinguished, from one hand, by its profound knowledge of the organizational and housing patterns of urban centers, as well as of the logic of the territorial plans and of their legislation; on the other end, the company is able to link the ever closer interconnection between public interest and customer needs, considering the new trends and expectations of a new quality of living.


GP&C works and “lives” for quality, that is widespread in every business activity. Quality is on product and materials, on organization and processes, as well as on internal and customer relationship with stakeholders. These above are the structural conditions and assumptions that allow us to plan, manage, sell on time and best reward the client’s assets.