Belval is quality of life!

The new Belval

Belval is quality of life!

What was once 100% an industrial site is now 100% a city quarter – Belval is the new address in Luxembourg that offers a unique mix of work life, home life and enjoyment.

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Pure urban living

Living in Belval

Pure urban living

Whether an apartment or spacious studio right at the heart of Belval with views of the blast furnaces, or a smart single family house with a garden and view of the park, there’s a home for everyone at Belval.

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Only pros, no cons

Working in Belval

Only pros, no cons

In Belval, industry meets science, cutting-edge research meets entrepreneurial spirit and, last but by no means least, supply meets demand.

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Meeting point for smart people

Learning & Research

Meeting point for smart people

Where the blast furnace chimneys were once stoked is now where great minds are set ablaze. Belval is the home of the new University of Luxembourg, a college and countless research institutes and start-up companies.

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The right offer for everyone

Living and enjoying

The right offer for everyone

Whether a romantic dinner by candlelight, shopping with your best friend, a relaxing evening at the cinema or a pleasant walk in the park, there’s plenty for everyone in Belval!

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One location – lots of possibilities

Investing in Belval

One location – lots of possibilities

It's the location at the heart of Europe, the dynamic, the consistent functions mix of living, working, home and study that make Belval appealing for investors as well.

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Free heating for Belval residents in future?

Luxemburg doctoral candidate receives EPO innovation award for research into heat recovery in the steel industry
Joanna Tarrés Font, doctoral candidate at the University of Luxemburg, recently received the Award for Innovation of the European Patent Office (EPO) for her research project into energy recovery from steel production. She has developed over 30 strategies for saving or recovering the energy in steel production that occurs in particular in the cooling of semi-finished or finished steel products. In her research she explains that a large proportion of this waste heat could be fed to local heating networks. In other words, the waste heat that is currently not being used at the Belval Steelworks could at some point in the future be used as heating energy for the residents of Belval. She collaborated closely with the ArcelorMittal Steelworks in Belval for her research, which was financed by the National Research Fund and supported by the Luxemburg Ministry of Economics. After the presentation, one major European company announced its interest in a research project with the aim of turning the theory of Tarrés Font’s findings into practice. The European Patent Office presented the Award for Innovation to university students from the 23 member states of the EU to mark the occasion of its 40th anniversary. Further information on the innovation competition
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