towards Lille Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport
ine La Se
Gare du Nord station Châtelet station
Gare de Lyon station
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La Fr ancil i e nne - N104
92 HautsA86 de-Seine
towards Metz Nancy
Massy TGV station
Lieusaint Melun Villaroche Aerodrome
24 municipalities in Essonne and Seine-et-Marne
Grand Paris Sud
Fontainebleau towards Lyon
Communauté d’agglomération Grand Paris Sud 500 place des Champs-Élysées - BP 62 - Courcouronnes - 91054 Évry Cedex - FRANCE Tel: +33 (0)1 69 91 58 58 Email: [email protected]
Design & Production : Agglo Grand Paris Sud - 2017 - Images : Dr - Agglo Grand Paris Sud - Fotolia
Grand Paris Sud
Grand Paris Sud
GRAND PARIS SUD Play’IN MIPIM Welcome to Grand Paris Sud, an agglomeration made up of 24 municipalities in Essonne and Seine-et-Marne. With a booming population and located at the crossroads of major road, rail and water system networks in the region, the a ea fe a ab e a d acce b e a d ec e ec excellence along with wide-ranging housing programmes.
17RER stations Circulating Tzen on-site bus routes
Key player in the metropolitan expansion, Grand Paris Sud is the 5th most populated territory (with 343 000 inhabitants), 2nd logistics hub and ranks amongst the top research and higher education campuses in the Île-de-France region.
A MAJOR Player With 62 purpose-built business parks and 425 ha of available property, Grand Paris Sud accommodates 18 500 companies and employs 138 000 people ranging from investors and key client accounts to SMEs/SMIs-VSEs, self-employed and start-ups, etc. Grand Paris Sud is boosting corporate real estate projects and new facilities, allowing for the creation of innovative open and collective workspaces incorporating collaborative technologies. An inter-connected district that supports economic growth and backs research, innovation and promising sectors.
KEY CIN / OIN PROJECTS Transport, jobs and housing: the State and territorial authorities renewed this commitment for another 5 years by signing on 24 June 2016 the “Greater Paris Porte Sud” National Interest Contract (CIN). In Grand Paris Sud, 4 priority areas bringing together private and public stakeholders have bee de ed: - The Southern Arch, Racecourse and Canal-Europe, a new urban and business polarity. The area is currently serviced by the RER (Railway Express Train) which stops at Bois de l’Épine station, and will be further connected with the Tram 12 Express and TZen4 due in 2020, representing substantial property opportunities as well as natural and built heritage to enhance. -E c ce e a d a e , such as its public transport system, available land, and vibrant residential, business and academic life. - The commune of Grigny’s economic potential with the implementation of a joint urban strategy between the municipality, district and State. -The Carré Sénart: its high-quality spaces and functional mix lay the grounds for a new hub at the heart of the southern Paris region resting between culture, training and leisure. n
INventing THE METROPOLOLIS
IN Grand Paris Sud
The future lies in Grand Paris Sud. 3 sites amongst the 59 shortlisted at the « Inventing the Greater Paris Metropolis » call for projects generated a number of applications and 7 consortiums were invited to submit their proposals: - In Genopole (Évry/Corbeil), leading French biotechnology and biotherapy cluster, an innovative project spreading over 10 000 m2 to attract new business activities. - At Carré Sénart (Lieusaint), two 8 000 m2 blocks destined to the implementation of a green digital hub. In the pipeline: innovation, high-environmental quality, collaborative workspaces and new ways of working.
A NEW LOCAL HOUSING POLICY has set the course over the next 2 years for an ambitious residential program in Grand Paris Sud. Its top housing market assets are diversity, price control, green building, transport and proximity.
- The Louise-Michel Hospital H Tower (Courcouronnes), which is currently being converted, sits at the heart of the Canal-Europe redevelopment project. At stake here for the 20 000 m2: enhancing multi-purpose use and promoting built heritage. n
FROM INDIVIDUAL TO COLLECTIVE HOUSING, unusual building constructions, and from rental to home ownership, the offer is wide-ranging : Grand Parc in Bondoule, Les Docks de Ris in Ris-Orangis, La Clé Saint-Pierre in Saint-Pierre-du-Perray, etc.
An INspiring PROJECT
With 133 hectares under public command located at the heart of an Operation of National Interest (OIN), the Ecopolis will become the destination in the southern Paris region as it is increasingly connected, today by the M6 motorway and the national N104 road and tomorrow, by the Tram 12 Express. A Health & Well-Being centre of excellence along with a cluster dedicated to the Business of Sports are also already on the maps on the former Ris-Orangis/Bondoufle racecourse, which sits alongside an unspoiled forest with high potential ranging over 250 ha. n
Logistics is instrumental in generating economic growth with the presence of FedEx, Géodis, UPS, Kuehne & Nagel, Exapaq, Sarenza, etc. Marketing programs are also currently underway in CoudrayMontceaux (Haies Blanches) and Moissy-Cramayel/Réau (M5-Sénart). The strategic importance of this sector is clearly reaffirmed in the National Interest Contract (CIN). n
5 INventive SECTORS - Aeronautics & Astronautics - Biotechnologies & Genomics - Environmentally-friendly activities - Innovation Logistics - Digital
They chose Grand Paris Sud Safran Aircraft Engines, Arianespace, AccorHotels, Fanuc Robotics, Coca-Cola,…
GRAND PARIS SUD’S SUSTAINABILITY AMBITIONS have been matched by a number of its neighbourhoods being rewarded green labels: L’Eau vive in Lieusaint, Les Docks de Ris in RisOrangis and the joint development zone (ZAC) Ballory in Vert-Saint-Denis.
INNOVATIVE PROJECTS are also emerging: the ZAC Chanteloup’s “Agri-hood” in Moissy-Cramayel, positive energy buildings in Grigny’s ZAC Centre-Ville and the heat network grid connection between Évry and Lièvres Park.
THE EXTENSIVE PUBLIC TRANSPORT NETWORK SYSTEM (T12, TZEN 2 AND 4) is also giving way to the development of residential areas in close vicinity to stations and transport clusters: Montagne des Glaises in Corbeil-Essonnes, and in Évry, the Centre Urbain, Bras de Fer and Envie d’Évry.