Pasteur property is located in the heart of Paris’ Left Bank in the 15th arrondissement. Situated right next to Montparnasse train station, one of Paris’ main hubs, the building has excellent transport links. It is served by four metro lines (4, 6, 12 and 13), directly connecting it to the centre of the capital and to the city’s major business districts.
Spanning approximately 40,000 sq.m, the office building was designed in 1965 and was renovated in 2012. The property offers 2,100 sq.m. floor plates; a rare find in a 17-storey high-rise, and unique 360-degree views over Paris.
Pasteur projects a modern feel that its tenants will find both functional and satisfying. It offers an array of amenities including a brasserie, cafeteria, gym, concierge service and business centre.
Attesting to its energy performance, the property is certified under the HQE Renovation, HQE Operation, BBC – Effinergie and BREEAM labels.
Biome enjoys a prized location in the 15th arrondissement, just minutes away from some of Paris’ most iconic sights and surrounded by shops, commercial buildings and housing units. Built in 1966 by architects Raymond Lopez and Fernand Leroy, the building stretches over an entire block of treefilled grounds, giving it two addresses.
Vacated in November 2017 by its historic tenant, SMA, the property is now being completely redeveloped to create a major new business centre in the west of the capital.
Located on the thoroughfare linking Place de l’Étoile to the La Défense business district, 176 Charles de Gaulle recently had its lobby and common areas entirely transformed. It features stylishly sleek, fully renovated office floor plates bathed in natural light, which now look out over new landscaped gardens. It also offers a large retail space on the ground floor and excellent transport links.
Located on the Left Bank in a district that is home to many government ministries, this historical complex is dominated by a tower that housed the first Chappe telegraph system in the 19th century and, until recently, the French Telegraph Administration. The building offers nearly 20,000 sq.m of prime rental office space with HQE® certification. The reception area and building amenities were upgraded in 2017.
Located on the banks of the Seine close to the Gare de Lyon train station and public transit hub, Rives de Seine was built in 1974 and renovated in 2000. The 16-storey building offers remarkable panoramic views over the Seine and excellent transport links. Redevelopment work is expected to start in late 2022 once the property is fully vacated.
Composed of seven buildings dating from the late 19th century, the Condorcet complex remains deeply steeped in history thanks to the conservation of its original features. The building interiors are set off by a myriad of neo-classical touches, such as sculpted columns, painted ceilings and a variety of decorative elements in marble and wood.
In the heart of the Paris financial district, this 1908 building featuring an Art Nouveau façade by architect Adolphe Bocage is a registered national heritage site. The vast entrance lobby leads to a majestic horseshoe staircase, while the concrete lobby façade and elevator shaft are decorated with ceramic tiles by Alexandre Bigot. Following a meticulous renovation, it now offers bright, well laid-out offices.
Home to Thomas Jefferson from 1785 to 1789, this building has one of the best locations on the corner of the Champs-Élysées and rue de Berri. A top-to-bottom redevelopment to restore its former glory was delivered in late 2012 with offices certified to HQE® standards.
Located above the Galerie des Champs-Élysées shopping arcade, this contemporary complex features a façade of freestone like that found in the most stunning Haussmann-inspired buildings, but entirely transformed by Jean Nouvel. The property has been meticulously redeveloped and offers very attractive, bright floor plates of 1,200 sq.m. each.
Enjoying one of the most prestigious locations in Paris, on the sunny side of the most popular section of the Champs-Élysées, this shopping arcade has been extensively redeveloped in recent years. and has regained its sleek, elegant and eye-catching looks following a complete redesign by Jean Nouvel. The arcade’s 86 Champs-Élysées address is home to a L’Occitane–Pierre Hermé concept store and a variety of pop-up boutiques.
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