One of Moka Smart City’s first mixed-use neighbourhoods, Helvétia is entering a new phase of development with the introduction to the market of seven commercial plots.
Located along the Saint Pierre Bypass Road, their excellent visibility is a significant advantage, especially for businesses. They are suitable for various purposes, including shops, offices and showrooms. These plots will expand the real estate offering in Helvétia, which has evolved into a vibrant neighbourhood providing an exceptional quality of life with an array of services and facilities for residents and users.
“This offer marks the first phase of commercial land sales in Helvétia. The available plots range from 1,851m² to 2,019m². This presents a significant opportunity for local and international businesses and investors in an area with strong development potential in light of upcoming projects. The neighbourhood has been developing according to clearly established urban planning principles since 2010. Helvétia is now a harmonious place to live with primary and secondary schools, local shops and a sports centre,” says ENL Property’s Manager | Land and Business Development, Olaf Boullé.
Projects undertaken on these commercial sites must adhere to strict urban planning, architectural, landscaping and environmental impact guidelines, among others. These conditions are outlined in the specifications and aim to ensure aesthetic harmony and sustainable development while respecting the area. In line with Moka Smart City’s commitment to promoting soft mobility, new buyers are required to provide one bicycle parking space for every 10 motor vehicle spaces. In terms of environmental footprint, buildings connect to the neighbourhood’s sewage system, which treats and recycles wastewater for the upkeep of public spaces. Buyers must also provide waste sorting bins to contribute to efficient waste management in the area.
Accessibility remains a highlight of this neighbourhood. Helvétia has bike and pedestrian paths, three access roads and proximity to two motorways. The development of new road infrastructure in the region in the coming months will positively impact the traffic situation in the smart city. Additionally, the Metro Express line will extend to Côte d’Or, including a station at Helvétia, opposite these new plots.