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Just a few steps from the train station, the Unicity location in Luxembourg is ideal. In addition to easy access by train, the nearby motorway junctions making it very easy to arrive by car. The new tram line will run alongside the building, allowing users to reach the city centre in a matter of minutes.

This is far from being the only advantage of this unique location! The station district is undergoing major changes. Unicity is one of the emblematic buildings of this renaissance.

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Known for its cosmopolitan and urban atmosphere, the Hollerich district is experiencing a profound transformation. The new Social Security administration centre is located next to the Unicity building. The cluster will mainly house offices and ground floor apartments in the long term.

Next door, the huge production site of the Heintz van Landewyck group, which is moving its factory to the north of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, is also being converted. Soon, the 18-hectare site will house offices, residential units and shops to accommodate several thousand residents and workers. A bit further east, another large-scale project will convert the Porte de Hollerich site into a new mixed-use district.

Transportation infrastructure will also be evolving. The extension of Luxembourg City station, the new tram route and new roads are already planned.

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Modernised transport infrastructures with the arrival of a new tramway line a few metres from the Unicity buildings


The lively station area offers a multitude of services nearby: shops, restaurants, fitness clubs, bars, cultural spaces (theatre, concert hall, etc.).

Many large companies have set up shop here, including BIL, ING, Paul Wurth, as well as public entities such as the Administration des Contributions Directes, the CFL, the Housing Fund, Post Luxembourg and soon the new Social Security Administration centre.


Located a few minutes from the Central Luxembourg train station, the Unicity building is close to the Hollerich district. It obviously benefits from the proximity of the station, but also from the motorway junctions and two Park + Ride locations. Its accessibility by car is ideal from other Luxembourg regions and border countries.

In addition, the tramway makes it very easy to get to the city centre and to Kirchberg. The new route will service Leudelange and the Cloche d’Or by tram in the long term, two business districts undergoing rapid development.

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The advantages of the Hollerich district are by no means recent. The former parish was already very active in the 10th century. Since the Middle Ages, there have been stone quarries and lime kilns among the farms, which delivered their products to the nearby city and fortress of Luxembourg. Very early on, small industries moved into the area.

After the connection to the railway network of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the opening of the first station in 1859, industry and commerce in the district flourished. The population doubled in a very short time and Hollerich was one of the most dynamic municipalities in the country by the end of the 19th century.

In 1920, the former municipality of Hollerich became part of the City of Luxembourg and became known as the “station district”.

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Today, industrial premises are giving way to brand new living and working spaces. Mixed-use buildings combining flats, offices and shops are giving new life to this high-potential neighbourhood.

Unicity creates a bridge between a rich past and a flourishing future. The gold-clad building retains the 1935 façade that once housed the warehouse of the Courthéoux company, a food supplier that became the Match retail chain. The new flamboyant architecture is an enhancement to the architectural heritage of the site.

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