Swiss Life Asset Managers France is finalising completion of a building with 79 vacant dwellings located at 208 rue d’Aubervilliers, in the 19th arrondissement of Paris.
On 28 June, Swiss Life Asset Managers France delivered a building with 79 vacant dwellings in the “Îlot fertile” district on behalf of a real estate fund managed by Ircantec (the supplementary pension institution for non-permanent public sector employees and public bodies).
Winner of the "Réinventer Paris” (reinvent Paris) competition, the "Ilot Fertile" district, developed by Linkcity, is giving new impetus to the 19th arrondissement of Paris and is poised to become the very first zero-carbon district in Paris. The apartment building was designed by architectural firm TVK and the construction was carried out by the teams of Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France. The landscape section was created by OLM.
A unique and connected place to live
Located at 208 rue d’Aubervilliers in the 19th district, the building is strategically located with excellent public transport links. It is five minutes’ walk away from Rosa Parks Station (RER E, Tramway 3B), and close to Crimée and Porte de la Chapelle metro stations. This project, which gives pride of place to biodiversity and greenery, also has shared vegetable gardens and a composter.
A collaborative and pioneeringspace in energy saving
A spirit of responsibility will prevail. All residents will be involved in controlling carbon emissions and thus respecting the environment. Tenants will be given a virtual welcome booklet on the main eco-gestures. Similarly, a mobile app will soon be launched to enable residents to track their consumption. "Swiss Life Asset Managers France is proud to deliver this asset with a strong environmental and societal dimension. Our collaboration with Ircantec is driven by a shared vision of sustainable development and a strong conviction: socially responsible investment embodies the future of real estate,” says Fabrice Lombardo, Head of Real Estate Operations at Swiss Life Asset Managers France.