Offices, shops, hotels

We value the dynamism
of companies and
the attractiveness of territories

We support new uses and new ways of working, taking into account societal changes and new user expectations. Our driving force is to make every site a business performance lever for investors and an attraction for users.


Key figures

39,6% of employees in France expect their offices to be redesigned to meet their needs (source : CBRE)

83% of consumers believe that the future of commerce is hybrid (keyrus)

14,1% share of e-commerce in retail in 2021 (fevad - Federation of e-commerce and distance selling)

Our actions

Innovative solutions

that promote aesthetics, well-being and ergonomics

Environmental excellence

reuse, bio-sourced materials, recycling of existing buildings, passive or positive energy buildings…

Quality of life

Evolving and modular spaces, whether for offices, hotels or shops. Our spaces are constantly adapting to new uses. They provide local services that make life easier and are open to the city. We are specialists in retail premises at the foot of buildings, and we are part of the concept of the city of the quarter hour by creating or completing the commercial offer of the district

Speech by an expert

"Every day, we put our expertise at the service of our investor clients' challenges in order to design real living spaces and thus offer users an attractive work environment, adapted to new work modes and the hybridization of uses, and environmentally efficient."

Our way of doing things

  • Close collaboration between users, communities, investors, and managers to define the most relevant programming

  • Modular, adaptable and evolving spaces

  • A perfect knowledge of the regions and “operable” locations, the mobilization of all the trades quickly and efficiently, and the most demanding certifications on the market

Meeting with our team Immobilier d'Entreprise

Nicolas Moulin

Business property

How have the ways of working today changed?

The company becomes a platform for relationships, internal or between internal and external parties. It outsources more and more activities, including strategic or core activities. The company’s own production is sometimes outsourced to external service providers. Value is created both inside and outside the organization. The company is an ecosystem with multiple stakeholders. These new paradigms have direct consequences for the workplace and even for the organization of our cities.

So there is a breakdown of the workspace?

The period of lockdown that we experienced in 2020 accelerated a transformation that was already underway. We are experiencing a rapid and unprecedented change in our lifestyles and our relationship to work, with consequences for the organization of our cities as territories adapt to changing uses. Our future urban spaces will be plural. Working from home, flex-office and co-living are all practices that force us to reinvent the traditional work environment.

“Real estate must support our lifestyles. And yet our ways of living and working are changing very quickly today.”

What is changing in the design process of an office building today?

More than just designing spaces, we are responding to new ways of working. Today’s office buildings must offer employees spaces that promote both productivity and well-being, because we have understood and proven that one promotes the other. We must therefore understand the needs of users, adapt our responses, and anticipate that spaces can have multiple lives, multiple uses. Geographically, we envision mixed-use neighborhoods. In the future, the same neighborhood will be home to families, employees, visitors, etc.

And how to address environmental issues at the same time?

To respond to the climate crisis, the first priority for office buildings is to implement clean energy generation solutions. And for me, the second priority is to develop cooling islands in new buildings. To sustainably support changes in our lifestyles, we are also integrating a form of reversibility into the service sector.