Arcs de Seine

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Arcs de Seine is an emblematic complex of modern offices in west Paris, whose striking architecture was designed by the SOM firm of architects (Skimore, Owings & Merrill). Consisting of three separate buildings arranged around a landscaped park, the site’s location and visibility are exceptional due to its proximity to the Seine river. Now fully refurbished, Arcs de Seine is one of the “campus” sites that offer the best services and the most appealing living and working environment in the area. Nicknamed “Communication Valley”, this area is becoming a major business hub within the Paris region.

Arcs de Seine is the fourth building in France to obtain HQE Exploitation and BREEAM In-Use Very Good certification.

million euros net of tax (Valorisation at 12/31/2020)

occupancy rate (at 12/31/2020)

years of WALT (at 12/31/2020)

The District

Boulogne-Billancourt is the largest business centre in the Paris region after the capital itself. Arcs de Seine is located in Le Point du Jour, one of Boulogne’s main business hubs, and home to national and international companies and to the head offices of prestigious corporations. Accessible via the subway, bus and tram, this district is bordered by the inner ring road and the Seine river; an ideal location from which to quickly access the centre of Paris. The district also lies at the heart of the newly-designated urban area “Grand Paris Seine Ouest”, set up to assert the identity of this major, state-of-the-art office hub in the Paris region and in the Hauts-de-Seine region (on the west side of Paris).

The building

The Arcs de Seine complex offers 1,200 to 2,800 sq.m of office space per floor. Up to 3,000 people can work in the three independent buildings in a well-lit environment that has a very natural feel. The design of the layout promotes the greatest possible flexibility. The office space can be divided up both horizontally and vertically.

First class amenities

The buildings share a centralised services hub that is unique in this part of Paris:

  • Landscaped garden of some 3,300 sqm
  • Underground parking for 942 cars, i.e. 1 space per 3 office users
  • A shared, 2,100-capacity restaurant
  • A cafeteria with views over the Seine
  • An auditorium with a capacity of 300 seats
  • Large meeting rooms, club lounges and a gymnasium

44 152
m² of office area

1 000
m² of archive area

parking spaces