Royal-Hamilius célèbre la "Fête du Bouquet" avec tous les intervenants du chantier. Un grand moment de convivialité. Découvrir la flash info sur la fête du bouquet : https://bit.ly/2UKVSbr
Designed by Codic, the Royal-Hamilius project will contribute to the city centre's dynamism.
It is a 36,000 m2 block, that will extend from Rue Aldringen to Boulevard Royal in 2019. A new living and work environment where modern and functional offices will exist alongside next generation apartments in an animated and green setting.
A new shopping experience will be available with the arrival of the Galeries Lafayette, a fabulous commercial flagship of French-style art of living. The Fnac will be a real commercial driver in terms of reading, music and video. The premium supermarket Delhaize will fulfil daily needs.
A hanging garden, green spaces, a vast car park, apartments, offices, shops and restaurants will reconfigure the capital... a complete offering of modern services linked to the environment.
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Thanks to its view of the future, the Royal-Hamilius project is breathing new life into the heart of the city.
Everything has been rethought: creation of the pedestrian Place Hamilius in front of Hôtel des Postes, development of green spaces, opening of the Galeries Lafayette, the Fnac, shops, restaurants and a Delhaize Premium. A convivial, practical and enjoyable space! Everything can be easily reached by public transport plus there's a huge underground car park.
CODIC, in collaboration with the internationally renowned architectural firm Foster + Partners and Tetra Kayser Associés, have come up with future-oriented innovative architecture.
To offer citizens the high quality of life that characterises the capital, the city of Luxembourg has been renewing the infrastructures around Royal-Hamilius since October 2016, and transforming this urban space into a welcoming place to meet, by extending the existing pedestrian and commercial area: Grand-Rue, Rue Aldringen, Avenue Monterey, Rue Notre-Dame Place 'Um Piquet'.