Pictured: Gilles Baum, deputy mayor of Junglinster (DP); Romain Reitz, mayor of Junglinster (CSV); Françoise Hetto-Gaasch, deputy mayor of Junglinster (CSV); Carlo Irthum of Invest Finance; and Vincent Bechet of Inowai. They are seen in front of Junglinster town hall holding an artist’s rending of a planned multi-use development, released on 30 July 2019. Photo credit: Inowai
A mixed-use property development, which promises something for everyone, is set to open in two-and-a-half years.
According to a press release issued on Tuesday by Inowai, one of the property developers involved in the project, the mixed-use development project aims to house more than just retail shops.
The announcement stated:
“At present, there is no single site offering retail and leisure provision in Luxembourg or the wider Greater Region, meaning people have to visit multiple locations--within Luxembourg and beyond--to find the services they need.”
Promoters said they want to create a single location where people can accomplish several tasks without leaving the site, “because time is precious in today’s hectic world.”
The real estate outfit said the centre, with a total surface area of 37 000m2, would include a retail area, hotel, office spaces, children’s daycare centre, gym, restaurants, and indoor and outdoor parking.
To top it all off, visitors will find various leisure options for adults, teens and children, such as an escape room, bowling, laser tag, trampoline park, children’s play area, and a tree-top adventure course.
The press release stated the project is scheduled to be completed “by the end of 2021” and “will create between 250 and 300 jobs”.
Artist’s rendition of a new leisure and office centre planned to open in Junglinster, in Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland region, in 2021. Image credit: Inowai