ORANGE SELECTS THE ALTAREA COGEDIM AND CRÉDIT AGRICOL ASSURANCES "BRIDGE" PROJECT AS THE LOCATION OF ITS NEW 56,000 M² HEADQUARTERS IN ISSY-LES-MOULINEAUX
Altarea Cogedim and Crédit Agricole Assurances, co-investors in the Pont d’Issy project, signed a lease with Orange for the installation of Orange’s future headquarters in Issy-les-Moulineaux. This project, which is called "Bridge", is part of Orange’s "Essentials 2020" strategic plan, which places digital technology and human relationships at the heart of the company.
Altarea Cogedim is the driving force behind this unprecedented and emblematic project, which is an entirely new vision of the office of the future, focusing on user wellbeing and new ways of working. Altarea Cogedim has revisited the plans for this site, which is made up of land owned by Benson Elliot and Crédit Agricole Assurances, on which two skyscrapers had originally been planned. Instead, Altarea Cogedim launched (with Crédit Agricole Assurances as co-investor) a completely new project to reflect new ways of using buildings and its firm views on office property. Plans include: an atrium which recreates an "interior city", cantilevering, spectacular gardens and terraces with views of Issy-les-Moulineaux, Paris, the Seine river and Saint-Germain Island, spaces open to the city, easy access to transportation networks and the preservation of the historic heritage by retaining the Eiffel style market.