The new “White House” building will be let to Intertrust. Illustration: Promobe, Nextensa

The new “White House” building will be let to Intertrust. Illustration: Promobe, Nextensa

Intertrust has leased space in the “White House” in the Cloche d’Or, a new building developed by Promobe and Nextensa and designed by architecture firm Valentiny. The building handover is scheduled for January 2024, with move-in to happen within the same quarter.

Promobe and Nextensa have announced a “triple A” tenant for the new office building, dubbed “the White House” and designed by architects at Valentiny. And it will be Intertrust: the Luxembourg-based financial sector professional (PSF) has leased the entirety of the office space (6,500m2 and 40 parking spots).

The PSF has also leased space in the Emerald, a building designed by Andrew Phillips, for a combined area of 8,300m2 for their 500+ employees. The teams are currently housed in the nearby Vertigo Naos building.

The White House is a new-generation office building that has achieved a BREEAM certification. It is also the first building to use the CRREM method--carbon risk real estate monitor--which accelerates the decarbonisation and climate change resilience of the real estate sector in the European Union.

In the Emerald building, Intertrust employees will share premises with the law firm Stibbe, which will occupy most of the building following its move in January 2024.

This article in French in Paperjam. It has been translated and edited for Delano.

Updated, 12 July at 3:15, added Stibbe tenancy information