ZAC Chérioux (Arc de l'innovation)

ZAC Chérioux 94400 Vitry-sur-Seine

This site is made up of two plots on the Chérioux regional mixed development site, located on the northern and southern sections of the zone. Situated in the area that will be impacted by the future Line 15 of the Greater Paris Express, this mixed development zone is a historic site with a landscape setting that is unparalleled among the inner suburbs of Paris. It is truly a green oasis, comprised of remarkable trees and the facades of historical buildings. The arrival of T7 and the regional Bièvre-Lilas green belt will improve the accessibility of this uncommon site, with increased “softer” modes of transportation. This site is part of the Innovation Arc programme, and will enable ambitious projects to take shape, with a focus on economic development and training.

Current use

Historic buildings
Plots free of any construction

Planned programme

Specific housing and business


CD 94


Sadev 94

Land area

Plots on the northern end and the southern section of the 36-hectare mixed development zone

Built-up area

26,000m² SDP


100,000m² SDP

Planned nature of the transferred rights


Urban context / existing buildings

Situated halfway between Paris and Orly airport, Domaine de Chérioux is in Vitry-sur-Seine, near the Rungis National Interest Market. The site is located along RD7, at the intersection of 5 municipalities: Vitry-sur-Seine, Thiais, Chevilly-Larue, Villejuif and L’Haÿ-les-Roses.
The site is part of a primarily residential urban fabric, with a few collective housing buildings to the north, east and south, and facilities (particularly schools and a gymnasium) and the RATP maintenance and storage site along the site's south-western edge. To the west, on the other side of RD7, the L'Oréal Research and Innovation site is opposite the park entrance.
Domaine de Chérioux is a remarkable landscaped area, spanning 36 hectares. It is comprised of a central lawn with an area of 8 hectares, bordered by red brick buildings, which bear witness to the history of the site, which was once home to an orphanage, featuring architecture characteristic of the 1930s. The park features remarkable plants, and 15,000 trees. It represents a key component in the regional Bièvre-Lilas green belt, connecting the Parc des Hautes Bruyères (Villejuif) and the regional Parc des Lilas (Vitry-sur-Seine).
The site is ideally connected to the major roads connecting the Metropolitan area. RD7 directly connects the site to motorways A86 and A10/A6, Tram T7 has two stations in the park, and the Villejuif-Louis Aragon Station (Metro line 7) is 1 kilometre from the park. The site's accessibility will be improved in 2022 with the arrival of line 15 of the Grand Paris Express.

Prospects for innovation

Open the estate to the public
Promote "softer" modes of transportation
Multiple uses
Adaptable buildings, intelligent and sustainable buildings
Sustainable development goals
Economic innovation: facilities that are adapted for, or pave the way for new practices

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