CFL Immo

The management and development of the domain and railway real estate of the State and of the CFL

CFL-Immo is a subsidiary company of the CFL Group created in 1997.
Its mission includes the management and development of the estate and real estate

  • within the State's rail infrastructure
  • belonging to the CFL
Implementation of a sustainable strategy.

The management is in charge of the day-to-day management of the company. It ensures the company's sustainability, the well-being and safety of the staff, the quality of work and the achievement of objectives set in the client's interest.

In agreement with the Board of Directors, the management defines the company's strategy. It sets out the company's modernisation and development objectives.

It collaborates with the CFL management in defining the broad lines of the CFL Group's real estate policy.

The management represents the CFL in all State and property matters related to railway activity and assets within the Comité d’Acquisition and the Comité du Domaine Ferroviaire of the State. The management also represents the CFL in their relations with administrations and individuals.

CFL-Immo S.A. has been managed by Christian Antinori since 2013.
Christian ANTINORI

The management of CFL-IMMO consists of:


The Administration and Finance Division is responsible for the following activities:

  • accounting ;
  • invoicing ;
  • administrative assistance to the divisions ;
  • administration of the building database ;
  • establishment and budgetary monitoring of the buildings for which CFL-Immo is responsible ;
  • validation of invoices related to these buildings on behalf of the owner ;
  • management control ;
  • HR management ;
  • training management ;
  • computer equipment management.

On behalf of the CFL and the State, the Administration and Finance Division invoices and collects the rents and royalties due under contracts and agreements relating to rail property assets.

The team in the Administration and Finance Division includes:

Activity and scope of the Domain Division

The Domain Division is in charge of the administrative management of buildings belonging to the State's rail infrastructure as well as those belonging to CFL.

Its activities include, among others :
  • the administrative management of the permissions de voirie for all work around the railway estate in accordance with the règlements en vigueur, in collaboration with the Administration des Ponts et Chaussées ;

  • the implementation of special agreements (conventions & autorisations domaniales), in accordance with the directives of the Comité du Domaine Ferroviaire at the Ministère de la Mobilité et des Travaux Publics ;
  • the negotiation of land acquisitions and sales, for the needs of railway infrastructure, in collaboration with the Comité d'Acquisition at the Ministère des Finances ;
  • missions relating to cadastral data concerning the railway domain (see detailed presentation below).
Map of the railway domain
The railway sector in a few figures

The State railway domain:

  • ~ 910 hectares of railway parcels (rail network, railway infrastructure, public squares, car parks, public and functional buildings);
  • ~ 180 hectares of non-railway plots (non-public squares, old sections of abandoned railway lines, remaining land, brush, meadows, woods, etc.).

The private properties of the Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois:

  • ~ 50 hectares, consisting of built land (storage and maintenance areas for the rail and road vehicle fleet, workshops, administrative, functional and residential buildings) and unoccupied land reserves.

In addition to its activities as administrative manager of the railway domain, the Land division is the interlocutor for cadastral matters within the CFL.

It performs several functions similar to those of the l'Administration du Cadastre et de la Topographie, including:

  • updating of the relevé of ~1,850 cadastral parcels belonging to the State domain and assigned to railway infrastructure ;
  • information on the ~600 km of cadastral boundaries of the railway domain to CFL services, administrations, official surveyors and private neighbouring owners ;
  • research and implementation of these boundaries in the field ;
  • provision of cadastral documents for the internal needs of the CFL ;
  • establishment of cadastral measurements and right-of-way plans for the railway domain in accordance with the laws and directives of the A.C.T. ;
  • representation of the State and the CFL as owners during the contradictory demarcation of railway boundaries ;
  • collaboration in the development of rail infrastructure projects in order to respect property rights ;
  • archiving of all kinds of documents dealing with current and historical railway boundaries.

The Domain division team includes:

Strategy, valuation and management of real estate assets within the CFL

The real estate department is composed of the following divisions:

  • Strategy and Development
  • Project Management
  • Real Estate Management

The head of department is responsible for the overall direction and coordination of the tasks assigned to his department, namely:

  • the development of strategic concepts, the enhancement and development of real estate assets;
  • project management, execution studies and execution of real estate projects;
  • real estate management including rental, operational, financial and work space management;
  • the organization of the management of the real estate assets;
  • real estate promotion.

The real estate department at CFL-Immo is managed by:

Strategy and real estate development

The Strategy and Development division carries out studies in order to propose real estate strategies and solutions to meet the valuation and development needs of real estate assets.

The division also takes charge of the upstream phases of project assembly and ensures their follow-up by relying on the Project Management and Real Estate Management divisions.

Its activities include:

  • upstream feasibility, programming, development of valuation concepts and development of the real estate assets studies;
  • the development of strategic real estate concepts;
  • the organization of the management of the real estate assets;
  • the execution of real estate expertises.
  • Luxembourg Railway station square development – function configuration
  • Luxembourg Railway station development Bonnevoie area – conception proposals
  • Pôle d’échange Howald – different actors project

The strategy and development division within the real estate department is made up of:

Construction at its core.
The Project Management division's field of activity includes the management/supervision of execution and implementation studies :
  • of real estate construction projects;
  • of outdoor development projects;
  • major real estate maintenance projects; 
The division manages projects by monitoring deadlines, providing operational and financial management and delivering a project according to requirements and quality, in order to protect the interests of the project owner.
The division assists the Strategy and Development Division in the upstream phases of project development and consults with the Real Estate Management Division for the technical and operational aspects of the building.


Mixed use building
Complexe Les Rotondes

Administrative and residential building
Surface area: 14.000 m²
Completed in 2012
Résidence Les Rotondes
Mixed use building
Résidence Cristal

Administrative and residential building
Surface area: 14.000 m²
Completed in 2012
Résidence Cristal
Administrative building
Wecker railway station

Renovation of the station
Adapted for administrative use
Surface area: 270 m²
Completed in 2012
Wecker railway station
Administrative building
Esch/Alzette railway station

Administrative and commercial building
Surface area: 2.850 m²
Completed in 2018
Esch railway station
Commercial building 
Pavillon grand-ducal gare Luxembourg

Luxembourg Station
Adapted for commercial use
Surface area: 142 m²
Completed in 2009
Pavillon grand-ducal gare Luxembourg
Commercial building
Luxembourg railway station. Restaurant

Luxembourg railway station
Renewal of the restaurant
Surface: 450 m2
Completed in 2019

Restaurant Le Quai Steffen
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The CFL Immo S.A. project management division team includes :

Management of a nearly 180 buildings park!

All operations relating to the rental management of real estate assets, the allocation / extension of concessions, fall under the competence of the Real Estate Management division.
The division also plans, schedules and budgets the maintenance of buildings under CFL-Immo's responsibility.
In this context, the division acts as a Helpdesk for all incoming requests and oversees the subsequent operational coordination. It ensures that buildings are maintained in compliance with the laws and regulations in force.
Space management and real estate sales are also part of the division's missions.
State railway buildings:
  • 98 functional buildings with a surface area of more than 50 m2;
  • 39 passenger buildings;
  • 65.000 m2 of total surface area.
 The CFL buildings:
  • 41 functional buildings with a surface area of more than 50 m2 (workshops, shops, administrations, car parks, etc.);
  • 111,000 m2 of total surface area.
Local concession for restaurants and shops in Esch/Alzette railway station

The Real Estate Management division team within the Real Estate Department includes:

Created in 2009, Immo-Rail S.A. is a real estate promotion company.

To date, Immo-Rail has been involved in various construction projects that have been completed or are in the process of being developed.

Among these:
  • The Les Rotondes property complex in Bonnevoie, completed in 2012;
  • The Cristal property complex in Mondorf-les-Bains, completed in 2019.

Immo-Rail S.A. is managed by: