Societe de la Tour Eiffel has purchased Millesime building, located at 113 avenue de Verdun, in Issy-les-Moulineaux, France. The existing building will be demolished by Les Nouveaux Constructeurs for the construction of a new building that will house its future headquarters.
The building will be 7 storeys high, with two levels of infrastructure comprising 42 parking spaces. Ideally located in the heart of Issy-les-Moulineaux, “Millésime” will offer 4,500m² of office and service space, 700m² of terraces accessible from each floor including a 240m² rooftop. The functional and modular offices all enjoy direct natural light, which contributes to the asset’s appeal and the quality of its use. The existing retail space, which occupies part of the ground floor, will be reintegrated into the new building. It will house an independent wine merchant. The site’s iconic vineyards and the restaurant at the rear will also be preserved.
“Millésime” is located at the heart of a transport hub, with the RER C and T2 train and tram lines less than five minutes away by foot. By the time of its completion, it will also be a short walk from the 15 South line of the Grand Paris Express, due to open in mid-2025. Designed to demanding environmental standards, “Millésime” is aiming for ambitious certifications including HQE “Excellent” level, BREEAM “Excellent” level, WIREDSCORE “Gold” level, OSMOZ “Levier Bati” and E+C- “E2 C1” level. Completion is scheduled for the second quarter of 2025, coinciding with the opening of the future line 15 of the Grand Paris Express.
“We are delighted with this acquisition, which highlights perfectly with our new strategy of locating in areas combining a perfect blend of uses. Boasting a unique combination of sustainability and comfort meeting the very latest standards, “Millésime” also reflects the company’s commitment to greater environmental quality and the integration of buildings into their surroundings. Lastly, the quality of the future tenant also demonstrates the pertinence of the investment,” said Christel Zordan, Chief Executive Officer of Société de la Tour Eiffel.