A new milestone has just been reached in the Grand Canal development operation in the Plaine Sud district of Clamart: five buildings of «Belle Rive», realized in co-promotion by Eiffage Immobilier and COFFIM, have just been delivered.
27 months of work by Eiffage Construction will have been necessary for the delivery of these 194 dwellings representing nearly 12 000m² of floor area: 107 are in accession, 40 are intermediate rental housing units acquired by CDC Habitat and 47 are social housing units acquired by I3F, ranging from studio to five rooms.
«Belle Rive» was designed and designed by the architect firm Pierre & Cédric Vigneron and partners with the aim of integrating perfectly into the new neighborhood with its airy atmosphere, in a refined style inspired by Art Deco. The project also responds to the desire for social diversity of the municipality by offering a new place of family life and varied housing.
Illustrating our ambitious environmental approach, the project is certified RT 2012 collective and NF Habitat HQE level Excellent, which ensures the quality of life of the inhabitants, respect for the environment and the economic performance of its homes, to which is added a biomass district heating network.
The operation takes place on a former untapped industrial site of 5 hectares located between the avenue du Général de Gaulle and the avenue Newton in Clamart and which was the subject of a total reconversion carried out by Eiffage Aménagement. It participates in the requalification of the entrance to the city which benefits from the arrival of the Tramway T6 since 2014.
Eventually, a 91-room R+5 hotel, five shops acquired by the city and a parking lot of 294 places on two levels of basement will complete the offer of «Belle Rive».