|Antenna spire||231 metres (758 ft)|
|Roof||146 metres (479 ft)|
|Floor count||31 (tallest of the three towers)|
|Floor area||25,000 m2 (270,000 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
The building was designed by architect Cesar Pelli and reached its full height on 15 October 2011 when the spire was attached. The building is the headquarters of UniCredit, Italy's largest bank by assets, and is part of a larger development of new residential and business structures in Milan's Porta Nuova district, near Porta Garibaldi railway station. The tower ranked eighth in the Emporis 2012, that rewards skyscrapers for excellence in their aesthetic and functional design.
The nearby Palazzo Lombardia, at 161 metres, is still the tallest building in Italy if ranked by highest usable floor. The Unicredit Tower's height includes a dramatic spire of approximately 84 meters. The spire's LED lights can change colour in particular days like the flag of Italy's colours during the Italian national day Festa della Repubblica.