Thanks to Royal-Hamilius, it's possible to live in the heart of the city of Luxembourg, in a remarkable living environment.
73 comfortable new designer apartments, relying on the latest technology are currently being marketed.
With Foster & Partners and Tetra Kayser Associés responsible for the architecture, in collaboration with the interior architect Nathalie Jacoby (Njoy) and her team of young designers, buyers are offered an exceptional living environment.
From studios to 4-bedroom apartments, as well as duplexes and penthouses, with a weighted area ranging from 36 m² to 257 m², Royal-Hamilius offers 7,000 m² of new housing in the city centre. The concept is designed for single people and large families alike.
Three historical names
The Monterey building is named after the Count of Monterey, governor general of the Netherlands in the 17th century, who inspired several places in Luxembourg, such as Rues Monterey, Chimay and Louvigny.
The Hamilius building refers to Emile Hamilius, the burgomaster of the capital from 1946 to 1963. He was a member of the Chamber of Deputies and presided over the CCRE (Council of European Municipalities and Regions).
The Aldringen building is a reference to Count Johann von Aldringen, or von Altringen, commander of the army of the Holy Roman Empire during the Thirty Years War.
In an effort to seek coherence and comfort in the apartments, we've designed sets of specific fitted furniture for the Royal-Hamilius buildings. Conceived for every atmosphere and every room, these unique fixtures, which are available for the buyer to choose in the various living spaces, are made in cooperation with craftsmen and companies renowned for their know-how. The materials were chosen for their texture and their intrinsic qualities. The collections of materials for the floors, walls and fitted units, offer subtle harmonies that will allow everyone to express their own style. The NJOY office has ensured it brings a background note of timelessness to every property