Author Archives: Coralie Delferier

Promising business areas in Luxembourg – 5/7

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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

Promising business areas in Luxembourg – 4/7

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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

Promising business areas in Luxembourg – 3/7

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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

Promising business areas in Luxembourg – 2/7

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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

Promising business areas in Luxembourg – 1/7

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Kirchberg: Ongoing development in the “business district”  It was in the 60s, when many banks and European institutions were installed in Luxembourg, that the Kirchberg district first emerged as a business area. Ideally located between the CBD and the airport, it is connected to downtown … Continue reading

Luxembourg, a business area with a future!

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Luxembourg, a business area with a future! Located in the heart of Europe, the Grand Duchy every day seduces new companies wishing to situate themselves in an urban environment that is open to the European market and offers international perspectives. From a geographical … Continue reading

Michael Chidiac’s interview for the newspaper Agefi

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The commercial real estate market is no longer in crisis Each year, since the crisis of 2008, the market has held its breath for the announcement of real estate statistics. Were they good this year or do they augur a return to … Continue reading

The difference between gross or net area

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Gross or net area: how to establish it? Some tenants, on beginning their customisation work after signing the lease, are surprised to find (on ordering the carpet in particular) that the usable area is less than that stated in the lease, by 10 … Continue reading

Commerce connecté : où en est le Luxembourg ?

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Le commerce connecté : une tendance en devenir au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg ? Plus de 90% des Luxembourgeois, de 16 à 74 ans, sont équipés d’un téléphone mobile ou d’un smartphone. Ces chiffres de la Statec (Institut national de la statistique et … Continue reading

Michael Chidiac répond aux questions immobilières de l’Agefi

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“L’immobilier d’entreprise ne connaît plus la crise.” Le journal économique Agefi vient de sortir son numéro dédié à l’immobilier au Luxembourg. Acteur connu du secteur, RealCorp a souhaité donner son point de vue sur le marché. Michael Chidiac, le managing … Continue reading