Le Millénaire

142 stores

4.7 million people at -30 min.

6 million visitors

The new center for the Grand Paris

Le Millénaire opened in April 2011, just 200 yards from the Porte d’Aubervilliers. Its 130 boutiques, its architecture, and its exceptional setting draw residents from the area just North of Paris and Parisians who live in the northeast of Paris.

The mall benefits from a transportation hub: direct access to the freeway, a tramway, 4 bus lines, Paris métro lines 12 and 7, and a water taxi. In 2015, two pedestrian walkways will connect the center directly to the Claude Bernard urban development zone, the Macdonald warehouses and the RER E Rosa Parks station.

More and more businesses are choosing to locate in North Paris. The EMGP business park, Alain Afflelou, BNP Paribas, SFR, Xerox, AFNOR, AB Groupe and, in 2015, la Cité de la Justice (1,500 people), then, in 2017, the headquarters of Veolia (3,000 people), not to mention the students studying on the Condorcet campus (15,500 people).

In brief

Establishment of the center :
2011
Acquisition by Klépierre :
2011
Holding by Klépierre :
50%
Total area of ​​the center :
58.058 sq.m.
Location :
Periphery
Number of brands :
142
Parking :
2,800 places

ICSC
ReStore Award 2012

FIMBACTE
City Planning Golden Trophy 2011

BREEAM Development 2011

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