Sogelym Dixence, the lead firm in the multi-disciplinary consortium of 50 partners (architects, property investors and operators, cultural players, innovative start-ups, design offices and construction firms), is a winner of the “Inventing the Greater Paris Metropolis” call for projects and the brainchild behind this scheme in the Pleyel district, lying along the Nord-Europe rail corridor and on either side of the largest station on the Grand Paris Express metro.
This project, tying in with the ambition to create the “Greater Paris” metropolis, comprises a mixed-use programme of more than 176,000 m2 of offices, housing, hotels, student residences, shops and cultural and sporting amenities arranged around a 14,000 m² landscaped public park, half of which will be given over to open land.
- 176,000 m2 mixed-use real estate programme
- Offices, housing, hotels, student residences, shops, cultural and sporting amenities
- 14,000 m2 landscaped public park