The proposed site is located at the centre of the Plaine Ouest district, an urban crossroads between Noisy-le-Sec, Romainville and Bobigny, where a transformation is underway. Easily accessible and benefiting from public facilities, it is comprised of industrial land currently in the process of acquisition by the EPFIF (public real estate establishment), which will contribute to a new urban continuity between Noisy city-centre and Romainville. The call for projects provides an opportunity to develop an innovative, mixed programme on this site, bringing together housing and economic activities, while considering reversibility of uses.
Noisy Plaine Ouest91 rue du Parc 93130 Noisy-le-Sec
Mixed programme: housing, economic and commercial activities compatible with proximity to housing
Plots currently in progress of being acquired by EPFIF
1st lot: 6,057m² plot
2nd lot: 2 plots with areas of 199m² and 350m²
Land registry references
M173, M66, M54
Planned nature of the transferred rights
Urban context / existing buildings
The site is located in the Plaine Ouest district of Noisy-le-Sec, near the municipality of Romainville. Comprised of an industrial infrastructure, part of which is under-occupied and losing momentum, the district has been identified by the City as a sector with strong potential for urbanisation. Located at the meeting point between Noisy-le-Sec, Romainville, and Bobigny, as well as the intersection between departmental roads 40 and 116, this site makes it possible to conceive of a link between the city-centre of Noisy-le-Sec, and Romainville, to the west.
In continuity with the mixed residential area of social collective housing in the east, and detached housing area to the south, this site benefits from the presence of many public facilities (school, Dojo, gymnasium) that the City is seeking to supplement with the arrival of a college in the area.
Half-way between the Folie hub and Place Carnot, which groups 10 bus lines in addition to the 3 lines which stop in the direct vicinity, the site is well-served by public transportation, and will become even more accessible in time. The Folie hub will welcome the North Tram Express in 2024, followed by the TZen 3 in 2030, linking the Porte de Pantin with Pavillons-sous-Bois. Additionally, the Tramway T1 East and Metro Line 11 will stop at Place Carnot in 2019 and 2022 respectively.
The development of this area will support economic renewal with a view to functional diversity and also create a new urban district, while conserving and strengthening a part of the activity zone.
Prospects for innovation
Open fields of innovation.
Expectation for functional diversity enabling coexistence of economic activities with new forms of housing, and incorporating building adaptability.
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91 rue du Parc 93130 Noisy-le-Sec