Real Estate Developer ICN pursues its policy of delivering sustainable urban developments with the acquisition of a site made of a former office and retail building with a rear car parking; located between Rue Fort Wallis and Avenue de la Gare in Luxembourg’s city centre. The project, “City Gardens”, will be transformed into a predominantly residential programme offering urban yet tranquil living spaces with secluded roof gardens and intimate courtyard spaces.


ICN has developed a project that is designed to play its part in the regeneration of the changing urban tissue surrounding the project, a recurring strategy at ICN: to develop projects in consolidated urban areas, emphasizing environmental integration, optimizing resources, and adding value to the neighbourhood. As with the completion of two other urban regeneration projects in Luxembourg city – Fensterschlass and Amalia, both located on rue des Bains – this new addition to ICN’s portfolio also aims to provide high quality living for the 21st-century urban dweller. ICN is committed to developing unique working and living solutions in urban environments across Europe. The project is designed to meet the needs of young professionals or early adopters’ lifestyle; looking to work, commute, shop or travel easily. Its proximity to shops and services combined with a quick access to public transport hubs will also encourage soft mobility.


The site is located close to Luxembourg Station, in a district that is currently in full mutation, seeing its future reoriented towards residential occupancy. Many of the city’s infrastructures have been recently redeveloped and the new tram ensures fast connections with other urban nodes. Inside, the occupants’ comfort will be strengthened by an outstanding architecture, top quality finishes and smartly designed, compact apartments.