Val-de-Marne: beaten in the departmental, left controls developer Sadav 94
Val-de-Marne’s historic planner, Sadav 94, was re-elected a left-wing president on Tuesday, October 5, despite the department’s shift to the right, the largest shareholder but not having a majority. Last May, the entry into the walk of new leftist communities actually changed the political balance of power within the board of directors…
Cas des Depots Signs for 50,000 m2 in Ivory Confluence
Sadav 94, the developer of the major urban overhaul project Ivory Confluence, announced the signing of a sale in the futuristic condition of the completion of two buildings of 50,000 square meters of offices, accommodating teams from Cais des Depots to le-de-France. Will do
Vitry-sur-Seine debate over the station area of the future
Will the buildings on the former Gare au Théâtre car park look like the Seine Gare Zac in Vitry-sur-Seine? What space should be arranged according to the use there? What about Arduino EDF fireplaces? The first stone with the Minister of Logistics Center Sogris…
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Large-scale urban renewal in Saint-Denis ahead of the Olympic Games
A botanical Jean Jaurs Square and a more fluid Basilica District, these are the two axes around which the Saint-Denis city center redevelopment project revolves. The city on Friday signed a declaration of commitment with the National Agency for Urban Renewal (ANRU). Two other districts are affected by the new National Urban Renewal Program…
Paris: Right-wing and ecologist allies against a tower project in the 13th district
A project for a tower of private housing 100 meters high on the banks of the Seine, southeast of Paris, was thwarted by a coalition between elected environmentalists and the right-wing opposition in Paris’s council on Thursday.
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