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Major Atenor project in Luxembourg

Photo of the centre of Esch: Visit Lexembourg
Photo of the centre of Esch: Visit Lexembourg

ATENOR has just announced that it has signed, in a 50/50 partnership with a leading Luxembourg player, an agreement for the acquisition of a site in Esch-sur-Alzette for the development of approximately 68,000 m² above ground. This agreement is subject to certain conditions, to be lifted in the coming months. A quick start is anticipated.

Due to its size, the project has excellent visibility. Directly accessible from the motorway connecting Esch-sur-Alzette to the city of Luxembourg, the mixed-use project will include over 350 residential units, a wide offering of shops and restaurants, offices fitted with the latest technology and high-quality public infrastructures. ‘ Using the catch-phrase ‘Living: live, work, have fun’ Atenor says that the mix of functions and urban planning provisions characterize this avant-garde project that combines all the benefits and conveniences of the big city with spaces for leisure and relaxation.

This investment, the developer goes on to say, is perfectly aligned with the know-how of its partners and the interaction that exists between them. These partners share an ambition to develop projects that are aligned with the evolution inherent in cities, and tackle themes such as proximity and mobility.
Tim Harrup
10-07-2019
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