Louvre Saint-Honoré


Louvre Saint-Honoré

Completed in 1852, this attractive building has evolved in step with the Paris economy. In 1855, the year of France's Exposition Universelle, shopkeepers Alfred Chauchard and Auguste Hériot opened the capital's first department store on the premises, with the financial backing of the Péreire brothers. Known as "Grands Magasins du Louvre", it served as a shopping arcade for the guests of the Hôtel du Louvre, which also occupied the building at the time. A century later, large companies began renting offices there. In 1975, the British Post and Telegraph Employee Pension Fund acquired the building, which had become vacant, and set out to convert it into a modern business centre with Louvre des Antiquaires on the ground floor.

Acquired by SFL in 1995, Louvre Saint-Honoré offers vast, highly functional 5,400 sq.m. floor plates in an exceptional location looking onto the Louvre museum. 20,000 sq.m. of retail space on the first underground level, ground floor and first floor were redeveloped and delivered in 2023 to provide a new home for the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art.

Space available

Location Space available Availability Contact
2nd floor 2 461 sqm APRIL 2025 Contact
2nd floor 2 778 sqm APRIL 2025 Contact
6th floor 2 329 sqm FEBRUARY 2025 Contact
  • Location : 2nd floor
    Space available : 2 461 sqm
    Availability : APRIL 2025
  • Location : 2nd floor
    Space available : 2 778 sqm
    Availability : APRIL 2025
  • Location : 6th floor
    Space available : 2 329 sqm
    Availability : FEBRUARY 2025