Property for rent in Carré d’Or (Golden Square), the district around Monte Carlo’s Casino Square, is very much in demand. The Carré d’Or is known for its luxury boutiques, hotels and high-end residences and offers a multitude of dining and cultural venues. The area’s architecture varies considerably, ranging from the lavish Belle Epoque trio formed by the Monte Carlo Casino, the Café de Paris and the Hotel de Paris, to the elegant contemporary residential pavilions of the One Monte Carlo complex, inaugurated in February 2019. One Monte Carlo transformed the neighbourhood next to Casino Square, creating a pedestrianised luxury shopping district composed of two streets lined with palm trees and other vegetation. The new development did not expand the supply of property for sale in Carré d’Or, as the apartments in One Monte Carlo are for long-term rental only. However, property regularly comes onto the market, many with balconies and stunning views over the Mediterranean sea and the Principality. The Carré d’Or is also home to the opulent marble Métropole shopping centre and the apartments above it are sought after by those seeking an elegant living environment.Monaco luxury real estate experts AGEPRIM has a portfolio of exclusive property for sale in Carré d’Or Monaco. Allow us to assist you in your search for a new home or office.
Most property for sale in Carré d’Or comes with 24/7 concierge services. Some buildings have their own spas and fitness areas for their residents’ enjoyment. Our property portfolio features everything from studio apartments and duplexes to exclusive penthouses. Floor-to-ceiling sliding windows opening onto balconies or terraces enable natural light to flood many of the apartments in this district. High-end fittings and materials are to be expected in the best Carré d’Or apartments.AGEPRIM also has commercial property for rent in Carré d’Or, allowing future owners to benefit from some of the most prestigious addresses in the world.
The number of residential units in Monaco was estimated at 19,534 and 4,835 of these were in Monte Carlo.