The building, located on Avenue de Friedland, in the heart of the Golden Triangle, offers 13,500sqm of usable space and boasts a private park of 3,200sqm. Built at the end of the 19th century by Count Potocki, the mansion was transformed into prestigious offices in 1922 by the CCI to house its headquarters. The entire property is partially classified as a historical monument.
The project will be carried out by Osae Partners as the investor and Kaufman & Broad as the developer, in collaboration with the architectural firms H2O and Eugène, which specialize in historical monuments.
Conceived by the teams at Kaufman & Broad, the restructuring of the Potocki Mansion will provide offices tailored to modern working methods, offer high-end services to its future users, and achieve optimized environmental performance. Special attention is given to the preservation and enhancement of the architectural heritage while incorporating a decidedly contemporary design.
The project is structured in the form of a long-term lease for 80 years. This innovative real estate arrangement illustrates Osae Partners' ability to adapt to these new forms of asset ownership.
In this transaction, the consortium of Osae Partners/Kaufman & Broad was advised by the law firm Wargny Katz (Me Justine N’Diaye) and the firm Lacourte Raquin Tatar (Me Jean-Jacques Raquin), and the CCI was advised by the law firm Cheuvreux (Séverine Lebovici and Raphaël Leonetti).