An elite and heritage mixed-use building with residential and commercial spaces.
The six-story building includes:
- ground floor: commercial space of 323 m² with a garden of 100 m² and a terrace with views
- 1st floor: commercial space of 323 m² + balconies
- 2nd floor: commercial space of 323 m² + balconies
- 3rd floor: commercial space of 323 m² + balconies
- 4th floor: apartment of 323 m² + 37 m² + balconies
- attic: apartment of 300 m²
- roof: 91 m² terrace with excellent 360 degree view and Jacuzzi
- basement: room 323 m² + storage rooms 100 m²
There is open parking for 11 cars and underground parking for 12 cars.
Also, there is an annex of 105 m².
All authorizations given for having the property be turned into a 100% commercial building, for example, a hotel.
The cost of the property is 50,000,000 CHF/ 45,750,400 €.
The property is located right in the center of Geneva, overlooking the lake and the Alps. The property is at a five minutes’ walk to the business
center, the old town, 5-star hotels and the international organizations.
Geneva is the capital of the eponymous French-speaking canton and the administrative center of the eponymous commune.
The population of Geneva is more than 200,000 people (the 2nd largest city in the country). The number of the Greater Geneva agglomeration is 915,000 people.
In 2014 Geneva was named the best city to live in.
There are headquarters of numerous international organizations in the city: the United Nations European Office, the Red Cross, the WTO, WHO, CERN.
Geneva is the 15th most important global financial center and ranked 3rd in terms of purchasing power in the world ranking of cities.
International companies such as Japan Tobacco International, Mediterranean Shipping Company, Gunvor, Vitol, Merck Serono, SITA, SGS, STMicroelectronics and Weatherford are headquartered in Geneva.
Many other multinational companies such as Caterpillar, DuPont and Cargill have their international headquarters in Geneva.
European headquarters of such companies as Take-Two Interactive, Electronic Arts, Invista, Procter & Gamble and Oracle are also located in Geneva.
Geneva is served by Swiss state railways and an international airport.