Part Dieu Business District
Located in the city center and directly connected to the TGV rail station, the Part Dieu business district is the second largest in France.
Lyon Part Dieu is home to the city’s strategic decision centers: local and state administrations, the regional head offices of banks, insurance and other major companies, as well as engineering and consulting firms (Ernst & Young, EDF, SNCF, Rhodia, Caisse d’Épargne, April Group and more).
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- Key Figures
- A Major Business Center
- 1,000,000 sq. m of office space and an occupancy rate of over 97%
- 650,000 sq. m of additional office space by 2020, a 60% increase in available tertiary space
- 2,200 businesses and administrative services
- 45,000 jobs, almost double including the surrounding area
- Prime rent between €240 and €260 / sq. m/ year for new or renovated office space(compared with €500 to €700/ sq. m/ year in Paris)
- A multi-modal platform in the heart of the city
- 500,000 journeys are made via Part-Dieu daily
- 150 TGVs per day and 120,000 people passing through the station (the largest rail passenger station in Europe)
- Direct connection to Lyon-Saint Exupéry International Airport(Rhône Express:30 mins)
- A complete service center
- 2,000 hotel rooms and hotel residences
- The No.1 urban shopping center in Europe (33 million visitors per year) with 267 shops and stores
- About 100 restaurants in the area
- 7,500 public parking spaces
Part-Dieu Center’s major assets
Part Dieu is a veritable multimodal platform in the heart of the city. Offering direct and rapid links to Paris and Marseille and other major European cities, quick and easy access to Lyon-Saint Exupéry airport (30 minutes) via the Rhônexpress, along with the city’s excellent public transport system to get around town. An open train station project is underway in order to facilitate passenger flows and offer faster connections. A new platform was recently opened: the new Rhine-Rhône TGV links Lyon to Strasbourg and Germany (Frankfurt and Munich).There will be a welcome area for business and leisure tourists with a high-capacity hotel complex and multiple peri-urban access points.
The district is undergoing extensive development work. In 2010, the city’s second largest skyscraper, the Oxygène Tower, was inaugurated near the current Crédit Lyonnais tower and the TGV station. The district will also have a new skyline, worthy of one of Europe’s biggest business quarters.
In the future, the area will boast a new skyline thanks to a number of new high-rise buildings, including the Incity Tower, currently under construction. The Two Lyons Towers, a hotel and office complex of 95,000 sq. m will be built in 2018 next to the station. Another Tower is expected in 2014 and new innovative buildings will be built in the coming years. Almost 200,000 sq. m of new or entirely renovated office space will be on the market within 5 years and an extra 650,000 sq. metres of office space, i.e. 60% more available service sector space, will be available within 20 years.
Future quartier Part-Dieu – © AUC
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