The winning project for the masterplan of Scalo Romana, the large area of disused railway tracks between Porta Romana and Fondazione Prada, which will host the Olympic Village for the 2026 Winter Olympics and a new, huge and luscious park, has been revealed. The urban transformation will link piazzale Lodi to piazza Trento and via Ripamonti, creating a brand-new neighborhood adjacent to the largest Italian institution for contemporary art, which has attracted so much interest abroad since its opening in 2015, the year of the Expo. As Mayor Sala writes in his post on Facebook: “In the Milan of tomorrow, the Porta Romana district will be increasingly dynamic, green and young, and will help develop the south of the city. (...) I am sure of it today, after the announcement of the winning project for the regeneration of the Scalo Romana yard: it is called 'Parco Romana' and feature a major green area, eco-zones, a suspended forest, courtyards, residential buildings, working spaces and connections. (..) It is therefore a project that meets our idea of a polycentric, green and sustainable city and demonstrates strong attention to the needs of urban living that the Milanese have been expressing for some time." The Outcomist project, which sees the Diller Scofidio + Renfro studio working together with Carlo Ratti Associates and is supported by Coima, Covivio and Prada Holding, will be submitted to a consultation with local residents to arrive at the final version.