The famous garden centre in Dudelange, Fleurs JP Breininger, will soon have a change of function. BPI Real Estate Luxembourg (CFE group) is preparing to buy the Breininger family’s commercial site and redevelop it into a living, shopping and working space, within the framework of a project carried out in partnership with the real estate developer ION Luxembourg. This is not the first time that ION has collaborated with the CFE group. A collaboration with Wood Shapers was concluded in the context of the redevelopment of the Monteco site in Brussels, in the heart of the European district, resulting in the first tower with a wooden structure in the Belgian capital.
The Dudelange site is located close to the motorways and the railway station. The site is already well equipped for the planned new development, which will have a gross area available for construction of approximately 10,000 m².
With this project, the two Belgian developers wish to meet the growing demand for quality housing with improved energy performance in Luxembourg’s fourth largest municipality. Over the past seven years, Dudelange has seen a 10% increase in population.
“The drafting of a specific development plan will be launched as soon as the general development plan of the municipality of Dudelange comes into force. The start of commercialisation is hoped for 2024,” explains Sébastien Labis, the project manager for BPI Real Estate Luxembourg.