10 rue Antoine Jans
This attractive 1990 building has a solid, classic feel, nestling comfortably at 10 Rue Antoine Jans in Limpertsberg. Nearby neighbours include KPMG and Credit Agricole.
The Limpertsberg (Lampertsbierg) district is a residential area with Luxembourg’s highest population density, but is also intensely urbanised, especially in the southeastern area near the Glacis, where service companies are predominant.
Access to the CBD is well-provided for via bus services, car routes, and easy biking or walking routes. See Location below for more information about the area.
The major tenant is a fiduciary. The landlord is seeking one or possibly two suitable new occupants for the remaining offices on the third and fourth floors and their associated terraces, archives and parking.
These spacious offices are arranged around a central service area with stairs, a lift, male and female sanitary facilities, and equipped kitchenettes.
A comfortable environment is maintained via cold ceiling air conditioning and gas heating.
Windows are double-glazed and provided with manual blinds on the third floor and electric blinds on the top floor. For outside access, two terraces are also available for rent.
There is a fire detection system and the IT Room has Argonite protection. There is also a generator.
The total area available is about 476sqm, divisible from 194sqm.
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- Cold ceiling, air conditioning
- Gas heating
- Manual blinds
- Electric blinds on the top floor
Facilities and Equipment
- Fixed storage
- Sanitary facilities m/f
- Equipped kitchenettes
- Carpet tiles
Electronics and Security
- Fire Detection
- IT Room with argonite protection
- AC 2x25kwa; UPS 80kw; Cat5
- Fibre optics in the building (not upstairs)
Limpertsberg hosts many banks, educational institutions (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg Waldorf School, Robert Schuman, Lycée Vauban, Technical High School of Arts and Crafts, Technical School, French school of Luxembourg) as well as the Hall Victor Hugo, a cultural centre, and the Grand Theatre of Luxembourg. Some of the oldest buildings are being demolished and replaced with new office complexes, for example, the Business Center Glacis in Allée Scheffer, hence there is a revival underway in the district.
Because of the topography, the main link to the CBD (5 minutes by car, 15 minutes by foot) is via the Schuman intersection southeast of the district where the Avenue du Bois, the Avenue Victor Hugo and Avenue Pasteur meet. The fourth major road is the Avenue de la Faiencerie, which begins south of Glacis and continues parallel to the others.
- Autoroute about 5km
- Airport about 20min
- Bus lines 2 and 4
- Luxembourg Station about 4km
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