After 17 years of design, all those involved are clearly delighted at the effective launch of works.
The Pasteur urban restructuring project, begun in 1998 by the city of Besançon, aims to achieve harmony between the historic city and contemporary ways of living.
The program’s objectives are to rebalance the focus of development, which had been concentrated on the outskirts, towards the city center, to revitalize the heart of the city by creating around a 100 housing units and expanding the range of available retail space.
The Passages Pasteur project covers 25,000 sq. m in all, including 17,600 sq. m of retail floor area made up of 22 units, including four medium-sized retail outlets. The project represents an investment of 65.3 million euros and is being carried out in partnership by Eiffage Immobilier and Klépierre.
The project’s success depended on the completion of the parking lots, which has now been achieved with the creation over five levels of 332 parking spaces, including 250 public spaces.
Now get ready for the opening of the shopping center in spring 2015!
April 24 2013