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Jardin Exotique development on track

Jardin Exotique development on track

By Staff Writer - May 13, 2019

The Monaco government has visited the Jardin Exotique construction site at the entrance to the Principality.

© Direction de la communication – Manuel Vitali – Marie-Pierre Gramaglia and the managers of the FPMC / ENGECO operators

On Friday 10th May, Minister of Equipment, Environment and Urbanism Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, together with the Director of Public Works Jean-Luc Nguyen, visited the site of the operation ‘Entrance of the city’ at Boulevard Jardin Exotique.

Accompanied by the FPMC / ENGECO operators, Mrs. Gramaglia noted the progress of the private-public operation consisting of 50 residential housing units and a 1,820-space public car park including dozens of places for coaches, a logistics platform for the processing of up to 5,000 small parcels per day, as well as around 5,000 m² of office space.

The work is expected to be completed in the first half of 2023.

 

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