Project of economic and land inclusion in the southern region of the city of Sao Paulo
The Land Monitoring Center is a Public Private Partnership among four districts in the southern region of the city of Sao Paulo.
This project is an urban development for the purpose of job creation and therefore a socioeconomic inclusion of the population that occupies this site - a region historically shunned by the official development of the city.
The aim of this study was to establish a relationship between the land and the economy based on a detailed analysis (historic evolution up to the present situation) leading to guidelines for a reoccupation based on new urban criteria.
The project was strategically structured in two public interventions expressed in two buildings. The first lies on a site of 16,900 m2 and will centralize in one place all of the public institutions responsible for monitoring information about the city land, called the Center of Land Monitoring (CMT, in the acronym in Portuguese). The second, with 13,915 m2 is a Technical School (for professional qualification), which will assist the neighbouring City governments.