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The Grimaldi Forum is set to unveil a new outdoor space that will allow clients to enjoy sea views while soaking in the sun and warm temperatures of the Mediterranean.
The new 600 square metre terrace will be located on the building’s seaward side and will open alongside the promenade. Work is set to begin in November and is due to be completed by January 2020.
The space will be able to accommodate 800 standing people and will be offered as a place to host lounge and networking events, or for finger buffets and outdoor cocktails.
The terrace was designed to blend in with the current façade and will be built with eco-labelled wood to meet environmental standards, in accordance with the Grimaldi Forum’s objectives to limit its environmental impact.
The Grimaldi Forum is Monaco’s leading ‘Event Factory’, hosting around 80 professional and cultural events each year including the highly anticipated summer art exhibitions and the Top Marques supercar show. It features numerous exhibition and catering areas, auditoriums, meeting rooms and welcome foyers over six levels.
With its ISO 14001 environmental certification, the Grimaldi Forum contributes to the commitment of the Principality to sustainable development, under the leadership of HSH Prince Albert II.
The Grimaldi Forum generates nearly 45 million euros of economic benefits for Monaco.
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