Fontvieille

The construction of the Fontvieille district dates back to 1966 when the Principality decided to gain land on the sea

Fontvieille, a residential district built on the sea

The construction of the Fontvieille district dates back to 1966 when the Principality decided to gain land on the sea. It gathers most of the Principality's industries and can be known mainly for its business aspect. Previously forgotten by tourists, Fontvieille has been able to show its many assets, including its marina which can accommodate more than 275 boats.

Fontvieille is a district in the west of Monaco and is located between the Monaco marina and the French town of Cap d'Ail. It is also home to the Monaco Heliport, where you can take a helicopter to your most beautiful destinations, as well as the International University of Monaco.

The real estate landscape of Fontvieille is divided into two parts. The Fontvieille has a tree-planted area and state-owned buildings. The Paradise or the Monte Marina are good examples. Some residences offer a nice sea view.

On the other side, you will find even more luxurious residences which offer all the comfort and services sought in Monaco.

A Fresh wind is blowing through this neighborhood, and the urban renewal of Fontvieille was born with an innovative objective that is rooted in respect for the environment. A real estate project using solar energy and plants, Fontvieille will live in the midst of its 2000 trees.

Fontvieille is a high-tech area of the Principality

We can even add a third part to this real estate landscape by talking about the commercial premises part of this district. Fontvieille is a high-tech area of the Principality and many companies are looking to acquire rental space, especially to develop their business.

The Livein team focuses on the Palazzo Leonardo which was built in the 90s. It overlooks the sea to offer an exceptional view to residents. Work has been done to create home automation systems and to clean up the architectural style of the apartments. A residence of luxury and comfort.

Today it is one of the most pleasant districts of the principality, thanks to its numerous pedestrian zones which are ideal for families.

Soccer lovers can support AS Monaco Football at the Louis II Stadium.

For a more cultural stroll, the Fontvieille district is worth a visit, with a stroll through the Princess Grace rose garden or the various museums in the area.

The Fontvieille shopping center is also a great spot where you can do your shopping.

Shopping, daily errands, or even terraces to eat in the sun, you will find everything.

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