Le Schuylkill, Monaco’s first high-rise building, is set to undergo a complete. Built in the 1960s in the heart of Monte-Carlo, this iconic 25-story structure will be fully reimagined by Zaha Hadid Architects and Square Architects, following approval from the Monégasque government. The project involves extensive interior and exterior renovations, as well as structural modifications, including the reconstruction of the top three floors. The building will be transformed into a residential-only space, featuring modern amenities such as a clubhouse and fitness-spa, with a focus on accessibility for people with reduced mobility.
Notably, Le Schuylkill will also be connected to a system that uses seawater for heating and cooling improving efficiency. The building will offer a total of 142 residential units, including various types of apartments and ample parking spaces. The construction is set to begin in March 2024, with a four-year estimated duration. This unique project combines preservation of heritage with modernization, emphasizing sustainability and cost-efficiency, making it a significant endeavor in Monaco’s real estate landscape. To inquire about this new residence, contact us today.