With the opening of the new One Monte-Carlo district, the Monte-Carlo Shopping mall is set for a new lease of life as the Riviera's most exclusive retail experience.
The One Monte-Carlo complex is a major new development in the very heart of Monaco, offering a global luxury experience just yards from the iconic Place du Casino. Combining high-end residential units, retail spaces, top restaurants, cultural and business facilities, the ultra-modern district surrounds the Promenade Princesse Charlène, a new pedestrian area lined with trees and seven buildings, designed to be a transparent and green space.
Officially opened on 22 February 2019 by Their Serene Highnesses Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene, accompanied by Their Children, the concept building currently houses 37 apartments, 24 luxury boutiques and nine floors of office space.
A global and exclusive luxury experience
One Monte-Carlo is a brand new fashion district, with 24 high-end boutiques, 17 located inside the buildings themselves, along the new Promenade Princesse Charlène and on Avenue Princesse Alice, with a further six on Avenue des Beaux-Arts. The great luxury houses present at the One Monte-Carlo include Akris, Chanel Joaillerie, Lanvin, Art in Time, Czarina, Louis Vuitton, Balenciaga (summer 2019), Fendi, Prada Homme, Boucheron, Fred, Ralph & Russo, Céline, Gianvito Rossi, Saint Laurent, Chanel, HRH Jewels, and Sonia Rykiel. On Avenue des Beaux-Arts can be found Dior, Piaget, Alexander McQueen, Bulgari, Prada and Cartier.
An exceptional address in Monaco
A unique residential address on the Place du Casino, One Monte-Carlo is a haven of peace and a superb place to live, work, or simply take a stroll. The brand new residential district, the first of its kind in Monaco, offers 37 high-end apartments for international clients looking for a truly exceptional living environment.
A sustainable, green district
Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, one of the world's leading contemporary architecture and urban design firms (which won the the 2007 Pritzker Prize, and also designed the Centre Georges Pompidou with Renzo Piano) and Monegasque architect Alexandre Giraldi, One Monte-Carlo is built to the most stringent environmental standards. The project was awarded the European BREEAM label. The roof of the building is fitted with latest generation solar panels. The exterior spaces were an important part of the project, designed to create a breathing space in the centre of the city, encouraging pedestrian traffic and social conviviality, under the responsibility of landscaper Jean Mus.