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Ouvrons Perrache (phase 1) © Asylum (2018)


Lyon Confluence has new missions

Lyon Confluence has just been given three new missions. The amount of property development and complementary public facilities yet to be completed has prompted Greater Lyon to extend the concession beyond 2025 to 2030.

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Profiles: Professional

A pledge of renewed trust in our expertise and know-how from the local authorities.

Pierre Joutard, General Manager of Lyon Confluence

Opening Perrache, phase 2 

Lyon Confluence is already committed to steering the vast partnership project that is transforming the multi-modal hub at Perrache, known as “Ouvrons Perrache” and will continue to drive forward the implementation of the initial work phase with enthusiasm.

It has begun a call for tender for private operators for the conversion of the multimodal hub in Perrache (centre d’échanges de Lyon Perrache, CELP). More on the 4 teams selected for Perrache transformation (in french)

Supporting the commercial dynamic in ZAC 2

Lyon Confluence is getting involved in the commercialisation of the ground floor of the ZAC 2 in order to promote balance and vitality in the area. In addition to stepping up its support of both the developers, in their handling of the commercial spaces, and the project promoters, Lyon Confluence may now also purchase ground floor premises and organise activities to meet the neighbourhood's needs.  The mission includes a communication and neighbourhood promotion component.

More on the call for tenders for a 210 sm commercial local (in French)

Breathing new life into the Marché Gare concert hall

Lyon Confluence will be directing a vast renovation project on the “bâtiment porch” (the entrance building) at the former wholesale market, currently a concert hall (a stage for today's music) and residency space. Not only are two wings to be demolished to provide the scope for a development that will include homes, offices, stores and a Sollys health and well-being space, but the central building is also to be completely redeveloped, increasing its capacity (from 300 to 400 people), upgrading its facilities to meet current standards, restoring its façades and integrating green renovations.