Located in the northwestern part of Luxembourg City, Rollingergrund is one of the 24 districts of the Luxembourg capital. A very green district, nestled between the hills of Limpertsberg to the east and Bambësch to the west, Rollingergrund is appreciated for its proximity to amenities.
Population of Rollingergrund / Belair North
Number of inhabitants as of January 1, 2022
of the population of the City of Luxembourg3,5%3,5%
of foreign population70,9%70,9%
Number of different nationalities
Rollingergrund/Belair Nord, a young and dynamic district
The Rollingergrund is a relatively “young” neighborhood that attracts a cosmopolitan population. Due to its geographical location in the hollow of the valley, the layout of this district is organized along the main street, Rollingegrund Street, without any real center.
The origins of the Rollingergrund district date back to 1223. Its development has followed that of the Boch faience factory of the time (XVIIIth century). There are many single-family homes in the neighborhood from the 1950s and some older ones (18th century).
Several real estate projects are expected to revitalize this area. With the transformation of the Place de l’Etoile and the creation of a new district around the Château de Septfontaines, Rollingergrund should find a more animated life with shops and services.
Living in the Rollingergrund / Belair North neighborhood
Rollingergrund Street is a busy place that sometimes suffers from the inconvenience of traffic.
Rue Jean-François Boch is home to some very beautiful modern houses with elaborate architecture. The district is appreciated by the people working in Kirchberg. The number of green spaces in the Rollingergrund and its proximity to the Bambësch forest make this area a popular place for families.