Our five shopping centres in France reach an annual footfall of over 62 million. We have landmark locations in Paris and Marseille, anchored by the established grocery and fashion chains. From Apple store to H&M, Nike to MAC, these stores encourage local shoppers to interact with leading international brands. With all of them renovated since 2013 at the latest, our centres provide a dynamic, aspirational environment for French shoppers, as well as visitors. Our focus is on the Parisian catchment area, with Italie Deux, Les 3 Fontaines and Espace de Quentin, and the Mediterranean coast, with Les Terasses du Port and Nice. Overall, our French portfolio presents exciting opportunities to penetrate new markets.
Italie Deux is a unique Parisian shopping destination, located on the left bank of the city. Renovated in 2013, Italie Deux is the second largest shopping centre in central Paris. The ex-Gaumont cinema is being redeveloped into a 900-seat theatre managed by “Juste pour Rire”, set to open at the end of the year.
Les 3 Fontaines is a leading urban regional shopping centre. It is located in the centre of Cergy and is the main shopping destination for the Val d’Oise. A 12-month renovation programme, completed in September 2016, will be followed by an extension scheduled to open in 2020.
Les Terrasses du Port is located in the heart of the largest urban regeneration programme in Southern Europe, Euroméditerranée. Opened in May 2014, the centre is home to 190 stores and open seven days a week. Its unique location, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, includes a 260m long restaurant terrace and a new food court, La Cantine des Terrasses.
Espace St Quentin is a shopping village in the heart of the city and combines a department store concept with an outdoor leisure area and restaurants offering a delightful shopping experience.
First opened in 1982, Nicétoile is Nice’s prime shopping destination, right in the centre of town and comprising a hundred shops and restaurants over four floors. The atrium gives this stylish shopping centre an airy, spacious feel even at the height of the Southern French summer.