A neighborhood now and for the future
Green Village includes a residential building, offices, a hotel, and a conference center – all designed with a focus on the future.
Technological innovations, integrated spaces for living and working, and easy access that prioritizes soft mobility. With its distinctive architecture, trails that run through the park, and outdoor spaces for gatherings, Green Village is intended to foster interaction among all those who live, work, or visit there.
Green Village is not just a real estate project, it’s a lifestyle that aspires to harmony with the natural world. This new international hub will offer a unique setting, close to United Nations organizations.
Stockholm - A Unique Office Space in Geneva
Named for the city of the 1997 landmark international treaty that committed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Design your workplace with an open space layout or with individual offices. Office space is available in units starting at 280 m2. Occupants will have access to an underground car park.
Residential and Daycare
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An ideal location in the heart of the international district of Geneva.
Respecting the principles of One Planet Living by controlling water and energy and promoting biodiversity.
Architectural ensemble built around a listed and renovated building.
Pedestrian only site and underground parking.
7 buildings dedicated to administrative activities, housing and hotels.
Architectural ensemble built around a listed and renovated building
Green Village, the real estate development project in the heart of the Quartier des Nations in Geneva, has successfully achieved a further milestone towards completion of its first phase. Convinced by the innovative and sustainable concepts initiated by the World Council of Churches (WCC) and Implenia, Swiss Life Investment Foundation has bought the “Kyoto” office building, which will have a gross floor area of some 14,000 m².Read article
Just like your current employees, your potential employees have high professional and social expectations. To attract and retain them, it is essential to understand what is important to them. New employees are just as likely to stay with a company when the work environment is modern, humane and sustainable, as when an employer takes their wishes into account.Read article