Saint Vincent de Paul – Paris 14e

Project info

Paris Batignolles Amenagement

The City of Paris began the conversion of the old Saint Vincent de Paul hospital, which has not operated as a hospital since 2012

This mainly residential project uses 60,000 sq m in the 3.4 hectares of the historic compound, with 60% of the original buildings preserved. The aim is to produce a simple and inclusive neighbourhood through well thought-out development that respects the site’s history and is enhanced by two years of temporary occupation by the Grands Voisins collective. As well as the environmental ambition for a ‘zero carbon, zero waste’ neighbourhood, the aim is also to put users at the heart of both the conception and the future management of the site.

sq m of business and shops

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sq m all in all

43,140 sq m of residences 50% of which are social, 30% in ownership and 20% at affordable rents

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sq m of public spaces

Let’s meet at MIPIM 2018

We are on Stand C12 A3 at the Paris pavillion