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Royal-Hamilius: 2 Bedroom Apartment - Luxembourg - Centre

Located on the fifth floor of the Royal-Hamilius residence, this two-bedroom apartment of 118.83 sq.m will offer generous and well proportionned spaces. The apartment will benefit of an opened kitchen and bright living room of 47.51 sq.m. Two bedrooms of 24.05 and 15.56 sq.m will each have a dressing area and an adjoining shower room accessible through a sliding door. Full-height bay windows will optimize natural light output. The ceiling height of 2.71 m will accentuate the majestic side of this apartment. Non contractual pictures The Sqm are ponderated. Price incl. VAT 3% (subject to acceptance by the Administration)

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The Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg has played an exemplary role in the European Union, with good results in the process of transposing European directives, that improve everyday.

Whether in the field of environment or real estate, the country's awareness about modern issues is a fact.

On 19 May 2010, the Directive No. 2010/31/EU was adopted by the Council of the EU and the European Parliament in order to strengthen the environmental and energy performance of buildings. As of 2020, new buildings in the EU will have to consume “nearly zero-energy”.

The Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg has decided to act quickly by imposing itself this level of requirement from January 1st, 2017.



Luxembourg
The Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg has played an exemplary role in the European Union, with good results in the process of transposing European directives, that improve everyday.

Whether in the field of environment or real estate, the country's awareness about modern issues is a fact.

On 19 May 2010, the Directive No. 2010/31/EU was adopted by the Council of the EU and the European Parliament in order to strengthen the environmental and energy performance of buildings. As of 2020, new buildings in the EU will have to consume “nearly zero-energy”.

The Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg has decided to act quickly by imposing itself this level of requirement from January 1st, 2017.



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Situated in the heart of Europe between Belgium, Germany and France, the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg is one of the founding members of the European Union and enjoys equal status with Brussels and Strasbourg as oneof the three official EU capitals.

The country hosts key EU institutions the Court of Justice, Court of Auditors, European Investment Bank, Eurostat and other departments of the Commission and Parliament.

For decades, Luxembourg is also recognized as being an ideal platform for business and finance.
Working closely with the private sector and transposing rapidly the EU rules, the Luxembourg’s authorities have built a strong legal and tax environment designed to reward investment, entrepreneurship and cross-border business.

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg ranks among the top global financial centres and is:

The premier private banking centre in the Eurozone
The second largest fund centre in the world, after the United States
The second largest exporter of financial services in the world after the UK and before Switzerland

Luxembourg benefits from Standard and Poor’s, Fitch and Moody’s coveted AAA country rating.

Public finances have recorded a budget surplus of circa 1.1% of GDP for 2015 (vs deficit of 1.6% for the ‘AAA’ median) and a Debt/GDP ratio at circa 21.9% at end-2015, also significantly lower than the ‘AAA’ median of 43.3%.* With a 2016 GDP growth forecast of 3.5%, Luxembourg is expected to grow significantly faster than the rest of
the Eurozone for the coming years.