The Palazzo del Circolo dell'Unione, also once known across the centuries as the Palazzo Corsi, Montauto, or della Commenda da Castiglione, is a late-Renaissance-style palace located on Via Tornabuoni #7 in central Florence, region of Tuscany, Italy. In 2015, it still houses the Circolo society, and houses among other enterprises, a boutique hotel.
The property changed hands frequently between the 15th and mid-16th centuries. In 1559, the property, now one palace, was bought for 720 florins by the banker and merchant Simone di Jacopo Corsi, who commissioned a design to which Giorgio Vasari, Giambologna, and Ammannati contributed.
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