The 22-unit shopping centre was officially opened this Thursday 12 December.

Located opposite the Luxembourg Philharmonie, the Infinity Shopping complex revolves around the concept of "Live. Shop. Work", bringing essential amenities within a stone's throw of the capital's cultural hubs such as the Mudam or the Grand Théâtre.

The shopping centre was officially inaugurated on 12 December  by Olivier Bastin, CEO of Immobel Luxembourg and by Jochen Schenk, CEO of the Real I.S. Group, in the presence of the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Mobility and Public Works François Bausch, Mayor of the City of Luxembourg Lydie Polfer, and project partners.

Olivier Bastin, Jochen Schenk, Lydie Polfer and François Bausch / © Domingos Oliveira/ RTL

Constructed over a period of 30 months and opening just in time for Christmas, the shopping centre comprises 22 units providing a range of services, from groceries to eateries, wellness and socialising.

Retailers found in the shopping centre include supermarket Delhaize, news agent's K Kiosk, the bakery Paul, services such as dry cleaner's 5 à Sec, Tango mobile, and the We Love To Travel travel agent. The shopping centre also includes a gym (Jims Fitness), a spa centre (Wellnext), a hairdresser (NM Coiffure), and optician's Optic 2000. Other shops opening are the perfume shop Planet Parfum, scooter shop Urban Move, and wedding shop Passion'Elles.

Foodwise, there will be Fauchon, Leonidas, Cocottes, Golden Bean, Burger House, L'Osteria, Aka, Monhowen Le Chai, and Lounge Act One.