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Le Portier

Le Portier
Ward of Monaco
Location in Monaco
Location in Monaco
Le Portier is located in France
Le Portier
Le Portier
Location in relation to France
Country  Monaco
 • Land 0.0275 km2 (0.0106 sq mi)
Population (2015 forecast)
 • Total 3,400

Le Portier is a planned residential area, expected for 2015, that will be part of the traditional Quartier of Monte Carlo in the Principality of Monaco. It will be the eleventh modern administrative Monégasque Ward.[1]


The project, started in early 2000s and scheduled for 2014, was abandoned in 2009 by the decision of the Prince Albert II due to the state of the national finances, but subsequently new funds were found and the project has been restarted in 2011.[2][3][4] In addition to the new residential area, it is also planned to build administrative buildings, museums and a theater.[1]


Le Portier will extend between the Port Hercule and the Grimaldi Forum, on an area of 27,5 hectares. It will border with the wards of Monte Carlo and Larvotto.[1]

See also


  1. ^ a b c (French) "Monaco va s’étendre de 6 hectares sur la mer entre l’anse du Portier et le Grimaldi Forum" (article, infos and map)
  2. ^ (French) "Quatre groupements en lice pour l’extension en mer de Monaco" (article on Le Moniteur)
  3. ^ "Extension en mer?: Fontvieille ou Larvotto??" (article on Monaco Hebdo)
  4. ^ "Four candidates for land extension" (article on Monaco Life)

External links

  • (French) Le Portier (search on Monaco government website)
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