The Clichy – Batignolles site in the 17th arrondissement in the West of Paris constitutes one of the last land development opportunities in Paris and therefore offers potential for improvement and development that is of primary importance for the city.
The realization of the Clichy – Batignolles project embodies an in-depth transformation of the image of North-West Paris. The Porte de Clichy and the surrounding area took on a key role when the State and the Ville de Paris selected it as the site of the Paris Courthouse, a metropolitan facility with emblematic architecture, served by a multimodal hub integrated into the Grand Paris Express.
Several major lines of the public transport network will converge on the Porte de Clichy, consolidating the importance of this new metropolitan space. Already served by the RER C line and metro line 13, it will see the arrival of line 14, extended to the Marie de Saint-Ouen to relieve the congestion in line 13 and, in the longer term, to Pleyel to the North and Orly to the South. Situated on the corner of the Boulevard Bessières, the new Porte de Clichy station will also be directly connected to tram line T3b, extended to the Porte d'Asnières.
Located on the corner of the Avenue de la Porte de Clichy and the Boulevard Périphérique, with immediate access to the multimodal hub and facing the future Paris Regional Court, the N2 plot will play a role in transforming the district.
Lot N2, angle de l'avenue de la Porte de Clichy et du boulevard périphérique / ZAC Clichy-Batignolles
Ville de Paris
Current usesBus terminus
2 216 m²