Today, the Larvotto district is once again undergoing a significant transformation, spearheaded by an exceptional luxury real estate project: Mareterra. This eco-district, located below the Portier roundabout, was designed by the renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano, who is best known for having won the competition for the Pompidou Centre in Paris in the 1970s, then for winning the Pritzker Prize in 1998, the highest distinction in architecture, and more recently for the Shard tower in London, which was inaugurated in 2012.

These additional 6 hectares of land, entirely reclaimed from the sea, will accommodate not only a marina, parks and gardens but also buildings comprising 110 flats as well as 10 villas, 6 of which are located directly on the seafront, and 4 townhouses scheduled for delivery in early 2025.

The two buildings, each comprising several blocks, will be: "Renzo Mareterra" on the Port Hercule side, the complex with the highest number of storeys, and "Les Jardins d'Eau". These two seafront residences will offer exclusive, top-of-the-range amenities. All flats will boast generous volumes and high-quality finishes.

With Mareterra, a whole district is evolving, since the project has already led to the renovation of the Larvotto beach, still designed by Renzo Piano, the work on which is currently being completed. The new seaside complex, restructured and modernised, now has a shaded esplanade and additional commercial areas.

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