of service-sector properties currently under development or under construction
At Eiffage Immobilier, quality in use is our constant focus. This means our priorities are perfectly aligned with the needs of investors, who look to a service-sector property as a profitable asset with potential for capital growth.
We make service-sector property meaningful and give it the capacity to add value. Here’s how:
To meet the needs of all our clients as closely as possible, we offer a variety of arrangements:
Today’s consumers do more and more of their window-shopping online.
What does this mean for retailers? As footfall plummets, traditional stores need to innovate to survive.
From single retail units on the ground floor of apartment buildings to shopping centres, we offer a comprehensive and original range of solutions to overhaul the bricks-and-mortar shopping experience.
We use architectural design to give shopping centres a different vibe. We choose materials that lend a more natural feel, such as wood, brick and natural stone. We then add open areas, wide malls, living walls, fountains, atria and patios to create a destination that extends the shopping centre’s catchment area.
To help retail parks draw in more shoppers, we also focus on the food and drink offerings, events, and connected and interactive services.
These new shopping centres meet two of the challenges of today’s cities: they breathe life back into high streets and give peri-urban areas fresh purpose with new retail parks.
With our local presence and our expertise, we are ideally placed to manage all the local specificities of your project: urban planning, economic considerations, the environment, etc.
Numerous local authorities and top-name retailers entrust their projects to us, both mixed use buildings (with retail outlets, housing, office space, etc.) and shopping centre planning.
Attention tends to be focused on city centres. At Eiffage Immobilier, we understand that retail park aesthetics and the way major facilities fit into the landscape are important too!
Elected officials, local people and businesses often have diverging views of logistics platforms, urban layout, business premises and production facilities.
While the industrial constraints of the supply chain are important, access to a range of transport options (road, rail, river and air) remains vital.
Siting facilities close to population centres, production zones and maritime ports helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The fundamental priorities for any project today include architectural research, materials quality, energy optimisation and meeting the latest environmental standards.