Rue Johannes Kepler
A visually stunning and iconic complex
At the time of its conception, the Infinity project was one of the new milestones in the evolution of the urban landscape of the city of Luxembourg.
The Infinity concept brings together three buildings to meet the project’s three uses: LIVE. SHOP. WORK. It comprises a high-rise residential building with 150 luxury apartments, a retail gallery with a forecourt of 1,950 m² and an iconic 8-storey office building, all connected by a new public square and served by a tram station.
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“Infinity features two sculptural towers connected by a retail gallery with a green roof. Its ideal location, just as you enter the European district, and the quality of its development make it one of the projects that today best meet the requirements of urban users, offering them ever more amenities and an invaluable saving on their daily travel time.”
A new art of living in Luxembourg
This project is set to renew the way people live in Luxembourg and contributes successfully to the urban development of Kirchberg as a district that is not to be missed.
Its speed to market and the sale of the project to German investor Real I.S. in November 2019 are testament to its success and its adequacy with the expectations of the city of Luxembourg.
“For a more sustainable approach, urban growth should strive for verticality. Infinity is unique because of its variety of scales. With a slender high-rise residential building, a humanly sized office building and a user-friendly retail space, it reinvents a bustling public space which attracts residents and visitors from other buildings nearby, such as the Court of Justice or the Philharmonic. Its role today is to redefine the Luxembourg way of living by reconnecting this business district to the rest of the city. Thanks to its varied functions, it creates an urban microcosm – an innovative shared space, like a new village.”