Didot and Helvetica residences
In Mersch, discover Didot and Helvetica, two residences of 13 apartments each in the heart of the new Rue des Prés district in Mersch.
Rue des Prés, a new district in Mersch
In Mersch, discover Didot and Helvetica, two residences in the heart of the new Rue des Prés district, consisting of six residences, three of which are built and marketed by Félix Giorgetti. This development also includes 10 banded houses, half of which will be built and marketed by our services under the name Futura 1 to V.
This new complex is named after some of the most famous fonts in homage to the Fabert printing company that once operated on the site and whose buildings can still be seen today. It is thus in a setting of preserved historical and natural heritage that our new Rue des Prés neighborhood will be established.
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Elegant and timeless
Sweetness of life
Their warm and inviting colors are a true invitation to the sweetness of life. A cozy atmosphere that you can also find inside each of the 13 apartments that make up the complex.
From studios to 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments to penthouses, Didot & Helvetica will suit singles as well as families, large and small. Their ideally designed spaces offer comfortable living spaces as well as beautiful amenities contributing to the well-being of its inhabitants.
With a terrace and private garden on the first floor, a balcony and loggia on the upper floors, and a large terrace on the top floor, each apartment has its own outdoor space to fully enjoy the natural charm of the surroundings.
In the common basement, there are private parking spaces secured by a motorized door, bicycle and stroller storage, as well as a laundry room.
Comfort and serenity
The Didot and Helvetica residences have been designed in compliance with environmental construction standards while integrating current energy saving issues.
The residences have class A energy performance. Triple glazed windows, underfloor heating, natural gas condensation boiler with automatic regulation via a thermal probe, thermal solar collectors on the roof, LED lighting in the common areas are all parameters that will optimize the energy and electricity consumption of the residences.
A preserved environment
Mersch is a rapidly developing community of just over 10,000 inhabitants that offers a pleasant, calm, natural and dynamic living environment. The town center has many shops and services, as well as schools and childcare facilities.
In terms of mobility, the city is served by the Mersch train station (soon to be equipped with a free 400-space parking lot) and by numerous bus lines. Thanks to the Route du Nord, the capital is only 20 minutes away.
G + P Muller architectes