Behind an old elegant facade, a new contemporary project has been designed, with the finest materials and in neutral tones, to expand the offer of commercial spaces, housing and offices, right in the heart of the Station district. With its advantageous location, a 3-minute walk from the main train station, bus stops right in front of the door and the future streetcar, this new mixed-use building will be very easy to access for future clients and office employees.
The project includes two historical buildings, classified by the City of Luxembourg: an old residential building and the former Graas Hotel, designed in 1930 by Louis Rossi, one of the most talented architects of the Art Deco period. While retaining the richly decorated facades of the two buildings, a modern and comfortable environment is created on the other side of them, with a vegetated interior courtyard and sustainable materials. On the existing roof, two floors were added to provide even more space.
The ground floor and first basement offer commercial spaces with three independent entrances and large windows designed to attract customers inside the stores. One bedroom apartments are located on the second floor. They have direct access to the garden. Fully equipped, perfectly insulated, with luxury finishes, they offer an urban and dynamic lifestyle. The upper floors are dedicated to modern office spaces, air-conditioned with active ceilings (cooling and heating ceiling system) and insulated with triple glazed windows with external blinds. Designed as open spaces, they offer total flexibility, adapting to the evolving needs of the occupants.
In the second and third basement, 44 parking spaces are available for people living and/or working on site. Bike rental (Vel’OH!) and car sharing (Carloh) services are also in the immediate vicinity.