Situated on the longest side of the square, imposing building dates back to the early '30s, designed by engineer Franco Lamanna. Four years later it was added to the garden that still enriches it out. The few decorations recalls the nineteenth-century architecture and is characterized by large windows, rectangular and arched windows on the lower to the upper floor, enriched by a keystone. The facade has a rectangular portal decorated by a frame on which there is a balcony with balustrade columns supported by volute corbels. The crown is decorated with pinnacles.