The Ecumenical Centre

The Ecumenical Centre has been the subject of a classification procedure and will, however, be completely renovated for WCC use. The renovation is planned to take place between 2023 and 2025. This building is in the progress of the development procedure.

Lima

The Lima building is intended to remain the property of the World Council of Churches for the purpose of accommodating the association’s sister organisations and other NGOs, or tenants.

The construction of the Lima building is planned between 2023 and 2026. This building is in the progress of the development procedure.

Stockholm

The Stockholm building represents 9’040 m2 SBP and consists of a ground floor and 6 floors. It will be sold in administrative PPE areas. The construction of this building is planned between 2023 and 2026. This building is in the progress of the development procedure and we invite you to contact us directly for more information.

Durban

The Durban building represents 12’640 m2 SBP and consists of a ground floor and 6 floors. The construction of this building is planned between 2023 and 2026. This building is in the progress of the development procedure and we invite you to contact us directly for more information.

Rio

The Rio building represents 7’840m2 SBP and consists of a ground floor and 6 floors. This building will accommodate a hotel/apart-hotel. The construction of this building is planned between 2023 and 2025. This building is in the progress of the development procedure and we invite you to contact us directly for more information.

Montreal

The Montreal building is a forward-thinking residential complex in Green Village, a mixed-use development at the heart of Geneva’s international district.
The building stands amid lush vegetation and offers easy access to the centre of Geneva, with the city’s large public transport network – including soft mobility options – at your doorstep.