Category Archives: Luxembourg Business Areas

Market Sector Focus: Findel Airport Area

As in many countries, the vicinity of the airport is the ideal environment for many companies with international reach. Attracted by the space available in the Findel Airport Area, and by the efficient gateway between international markets created by the … Continue reading

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Developer Focus: BESIX RED Luxembourg

RealCorp Luxembourg is privileged to work with many different developers who bring expertise and insight to the Luxembourg market. This month, we focus on BESIX RED Luxembourg. A subsidiary of the BESIX Group, BESIX RED (formerly SGT) SA is in … Continue reading

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Median European Occupancy Cost: €9,853

How much does an office cost at the end of 2013? For the last two years, AOS Studley, an independent real estate consulting firm, has published the results of its OIC (Occupiers Cost Index) barometer, which indicates the median occupancy … Continue reading

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Monoprix in the Grand Duchy: First store in February 2014

Monoprix opens its first store in Luxembourg In February 2014, Monoprix will welcome its first customers in Luxembourg, on the rue du Fort Bourbon. With a store of 1,500sqm, creating thirty new jobs, this project is already a major investment. … Continue reading

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Promising business areas in Luxembourg – 7/7

Luxembourg Periphery: Additional dynamic areas serving businesses Luxembourg has numerous real estate and land resources for businesses and individuals. Although we have already covered some important ones, others are also worth seeing. Located on the outskirts of Luxembourg City, the … Continue reading

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Promising business areas in Luxembourg – 6/7

Esch: An industrial phoenix rising from the ashes Esch-sur-Alzette is the second largest city in the country. In the past the glory of the Luxembourg steel industry, the region has renewed its image in recent years, relying in particular on … Continue reading

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Promising business areas in Luxembourg – 5/7

Airport and environs: A privileged location for international companies As in most countries, the vicinity of the airport is the ideal environment for many international companies. Attracted by the space and by proximity to the terminal, which was renovated in 2008, these companies … Continue reading

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Promising business areas in Luxembourg – 4/7

Central Business District: Office real estate moved to the heart of the capital As its name suggests, the CBD (Central Business District) covers the area in the centre of Luxembourg City. It concentrates around Boulevard Royal, one of the main roads of the … Continue reading

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Promising business areas in Luxembourg – 3/7

Gasperich: The City continues its expansion to the South With an ideal location, close to the main accessways to downtown Luxembourg, to highways and within walking distance of the station, the neighborhood of Gasperich is divided into two main areas: A residential area, … Continue reading

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Promising business areas in Luxembourg – 2/7

Station/Bourbon/Bonnevoie: Mobility combined with offices for business convenience The “hot” zone of the Luxembourg Station neighbourhood and its surroundings is one of the most popular for local and foreign companies. Modern buildings stand side by side with mansions, overlooked by the station tower, … Continue reading

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