This real estate complex dating from the end of the 1950s is destined to evolve in line with the urban dynamic of a sector marked by the ongoing completion of the Porte Pouchet concerted development zone (ZAC) and the Rue Rebière operation.
This renewal will accelerate in the medium term with the extension of the Maréchaux tram line, a veritable vector for the enhancement of the Petite Ceinture in Paris.
The transformation of the real estate complex undertaken by Paris Habitat will reveal the site's potential for densification with the transfer of certain parts of the current real estate unit. A provisional potential of about 3,000 m2 is identified via the demolition of an unoccupied automobile garage and the possible partial demolition of individual garages in the Rue du Docteur Brousse.
The transformation of this typical 1950s real estate complex presents a veritable challenge: how to promote residential and functional diversification while enhancing the atmosphere and urban integration of this real estate complex.
Address73-89 Boulevard Bessières2-8 rue du Docteur Paul Brousse75017 Paris
Paris Habitat real estate
Current uses5 housing buildings, Renault garage and individual garages