New Larvotto Supérieur project featuring 35 state-owned flats approved by City Council

A blank canvas sits ready to be turned into something beautiful at 19 Boulevard du Larvotto, and that something will come in the form of a new real estate project designed by local firm Atelier Boisson + Boisson Architects.  

The vision for this nearly 1,100m2 plot, which has now been given the official go-ahead by Monaco’s City Council, is that of a 35-metre high and 10-storey building that will be the future home of 35 new apartments, a Monaco Telecom data centre and ample parking for residents. 


The construction falls under Prince Albert’s National Housing Plan, first initiated in 2019 to cover shortfalls in the public housing market, and will provide, according to Monaco Matin, 25 two-room, seven three-room and three four-room flats over 2,647m2 of living space.   

The data centre will take up two subterranean levels and cover 1,550m2, and 37 parking spaces will be created for residents along with parking allowances for two-wheeled vehicles.  


The building itself will be built using the latest eco-conscious methods, having obtained a silver Mediterranean Sustainable Buildings of Monaco (BD2M) label already for its plans.

Once finished, it will feature 187m2 of solar panelling on the roof and a sun-shielding mesh façade to facilitate climbing plants. Additionally, the heating and cooling systems will be connected to the energy-efficient urban thalassothermal network.  

Construction, says Monaco Matin, is estimated to go on for 39 months following the 21st February start date and will cost an estimated €45 million to complete. The flats are expected to be move-in ready by 2027.  


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