Bouygues Immobilier is a leading private property developer in France and Europe, with 1,908 employees at 31 December 2017 and sales of €2,712 million in 2017. With 39 branches in France and four outside France, Bouygues Immobilier has nearly 60 years' experience in developing residential, corporate and commercial projects in more than 250 towns and cities. Bouygues Immobilier has a strong commitment to innovation and sustainable development and therefore seeks to provide better quality of life over the long term for all its customers by making their experience of the buying process and the use they make of the living spaces and services created for them as pleasant as possible. Bouygues Immobilier is the first developer to be certified ISO 9001 in France, NF Habitat HQE, and Top Employer France 2017, and to win the 2016 prize for the best customer relations awarded by the French Customer Relations Association (AFRC).
Developed by Bouygues Immobilier in a joint operation with Européquipements, the project is a mixed-use programme comprising 171 apartments for first-time buyers and a 10,000-m² Leclerc shopping centre. The complex has about 600 underground parking spaces on two levels.
Offered for sale at an affordable €3,455/m² including VAT at the 5.5% reduced rate, the project has proved highly attractive to first-time buyers, especially from Bobigny. The first residents moved in at the end of October and all the apartments have now been handed over.
The Leclerc shopping centre was inaugurated by Michel-Edouard Leclerc on 23 October in the presence of Franck Hélary, Bouygues Immobilier’s Executive Vice-President, Residential Property Paris Region, and Olivier Pelat, Chairman and CEO of Euroéquipements. It opened for business the following day.
Located in the north-west of Bobigny, on the corner of Avenue Jean Jaurès and Avenue Paul Vaillant Couturier, on a long-vacant site, Le Matisse gives the entrance to the town a new look. The small square in front of the building, the Leclerc supermarket and its shopping centre give the neighbourhood a real sense of community.
That residential quality of life is also to be found in the architecture of Le Matisse. Designed by the architects Guérin et Pedroza, the building has six small residential units and offers high-quality apartments and finishings. Light and spacious, most of the apartments have balconies or terraces disposed around a landscaped central space.