Passage Jouffroy,
Paris 9e
13 000 m²

_ASSET

  • One of Paris’ busiest covered passages, linking Montmartre Boulevard and Grande Batelière Street
  • Built in 1845, classified as historical monument in 1974
  • Mixed-use asset: Grévin museum, hotels, retail, restaurants, offices, banquet hall

_ACHIEVEMENT

  • Active asset management (rental reversion)
  • Restoration of the Passage while maintaining building use

_CONTRIBUTION

  • Enhancement of historical heritage
  • Improvement of retail mix and attractiveness
  • Long-term partnership with the Grévin museum
  • Temporary occupation by an association of young artists as a gallery

_PARTNERSHIPS

  • Co-design with a historian, heritage specialists and architects from Bâtiments de France
  • Architect: A26
Les Grandes Serres,
Pantin
80 000 m²

_ASSET

  • Industrial site on a 3.4 ha land plot

_PROJECT

  • Support of an industrial group in relocating their production
  • Development of a mixed-use project of 80 000m²
  • Industrial hall transformed into a third place open to the public (music academy, sports, theater, dining, events, coworking)
  • Office campus along the Ourcq canal
  • Nomads accommodation (hotel, coliving)
  • 700m² urban agriculture on rooftop above the office campus

_CONTRIBUTION

  • Collaborative design with the Municipality of Pantin
  • Depollution of the industrial site and creation of green spaces
  • Enhancement of the industrial hall, converted into a third place
  • Construction of a footbridge to facilitate public access to the subway
  • Development of public spaces along the canal
  • Creation of a street West of the land plot
  • Temporary occupation by artistic associations and by a local collective organizing events

_PARTNERSHIPS

  • Project developed in partnership with Alios Développement
  • Architects: Leclercq Architectes Urbanistes, Architectes ECDM, Moatti & Rivière
  • Urban agriculture: Olivier Darné