The desynchronization of work and lifestyle rhythms and the rise of nomadic practices have led to new consumption habits outside of the places usually reserved for this specific use. By creating the first shopping centers in train stations in France, Altarea Cogedim has designed and created a new offer, adapted to transportation venues
. The Coeur d’Orly project right next door to Orly airport.
Gare du Nord shops / Paris 10th arrondissement
The first French shopping center in a train station, open in 2002 in partnership with the SNCF, Les Boutiques Gare du Nord have 32 shops satisfying the needs of 550,000 passengers every day, mainly travelling to and from Paris and the northern Paris region. Services, snacks, food and also gifts, personal goods, sport and leisure stores mean passengers can use their journey to and from the train station to buy their everyday essentials.
- Visitors: 550,000 passengers per day
- Size: 3,800 SQM GLA
Gare de l’Est shops / Paris 10th arrondissement
Les Boutiques de la Gare de l’Est are in the central area of the station and the Alsace and Saint-Martin halls. 6,556 SQM of shops in the heart of the station with direct access to the subway create an intimate link between this central area and the mainline train station. The retail offer is extended to convenience stores and also leisure, culture and personal goods.
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- Visitors: 34 million people per year
- Size: 6,556 SQM GLA