Thierry Laroue-Pont, Chairman of the board of BNP Paribas Real Estate and Sébastien Matty, Chairman of the GA Group, have just laid the foundation stone of the Luminem building in Bobigny. In the presence of Gérard Cosme, President of Est Ensemble, Stéphane de Paoli, Mayor of Bobigny, Isabelle Vallentin, Managing Director of Séquano Aménagement and Pascal Cormery, President of the Caisse Centrale de la MSA.LUMINEM is located at 15-19 rue de Paris in Bobigny, on the banks of the Canal de L’Ourcq. The programme was designed by the architectural firm of François Leclercq and developed jointly by BNP Paribas Real Estate and the GA Group.
The Caisse Centrale de la MSA acquired the building last July for its future headquarters. Completion of LUMINEM is expected in May 2017. Construction started in September and the operation will be followed by a second phase called IRRIGO, which is now being marketed.
LUMINEM will emphasize CCMSA employees’ comfort by offering them a unique working environment, with spacious, generously glazed office plates that open out onto the canal and onto the 2,000 sqm of green spaces that will connect LUMINEM and IRRIGO. The building will also feature a company restaurant, a cafeteria, a gym and a conference centre.
LUMINEM will be easy to access, as it will be directly connected to the centre of Paris via métro line 5 (the Raymond Queneau station at the foot of the building). There is also rapid access from the building to the ring road, and motorways A3, A86 and A1 are nearby.
Certified with HQE and BREEAM Excellent Level labels, with a goal of reducing energy consumption to 30% below the criteria of RT 2012, LUMINEM will be the first office building in the ZAC Ecocité urban development zone. Developed by the City of Bobigny and SEQUANO Aménagement, the urban development zone will ultimately contain 140,000 sqm of offices, 7,000 sqm of local retail, 50,000 sqm of tertiary activities, 200 homes, 8,000 sqm of public amenities and 20,000 sqm of public spaces.
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