Built in the 1960s, the site that houses Galeries Lafayette, Monoprix and three other retail outlets is undergoing a major transformation to accommodate a new offer of stores and restaurants. This is a new stage in the urban revitalization of this outlying district of Lyon, following significant urban work and the arrival of the tramway.
The project which is organized in two phases includes the development of three extensions of 18,222 sq.m of floor space around the current building, as well as the renovation of the central area with a floor space of 26,366 sq.m and the building of a three-level silo parking lot with 606 spots.
In all, the new shopping mall will include, in addition to Galeries Lafayette and Monoprix, 48 shops, 14 mid-sized stores, 7 convenience stores and 6 restaurants for a total surface area of 43,228 sq.m.
The architectural project was designed by the Moatti-Rivière Agency: the firm has imagined a specific cladding that will envelop the whole structure and give it an architectural cohesion.
The work is being carried out on an occupied site, with Galeries Lafayette remaining open during the entire construction period, and will be completed in 2025.
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