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Old August 26th, 2014, 01:17 PM   #61
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Projet vainqueur des AIRES MATEUS

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Fédération Musulmane de la Gironde: http://islam-bordeaux.fr/pages/1/sit...la_gironde_fmg

Muslim federation of the Gironde: http://islam-bordeaux.fr/pages/1/sit...la_gironde_fmg
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Concernant le Centre Musulman de Bordeaux, il va coûter 24,5 Millions € et il va avoir pour près de 12'000 mètres carrés.

Regarding the Muslim Center of Bordeaux, it will cost € 24.5 million and it will be nearly 12,000 square meters.

Site internet des AIRES MATEUS: http://www.airesmateus.com/

AIRES MATEUS sur Wikipédia: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aires_Mateus

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Buzz over Bordeaux: property prices rise in transformed port city
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An ambitious regeneration programme has given the once neglected city a new lease of life

There was a time when Bordeaux – the biggest urban centre in southwest France – was a place people outside the wine business might choose to avoid: many classical buildings in the largely 18th-century core of the city were grimy and the streets were often clogged with traffic. Ugly warehouses effectively cut off the city from the Garonne river, in theory one of its best features.

However, an ambitious regeneration programme launched in the mid-1990s by the mayor, Alain Juppé (who went on to serve as France’s prime minister), slowly turned things around. The dirt was removed from many of the city’s handsome limestone façades, a new tram system encouraged the Bordelais to leave their cars behind, and a popular waterfront promenade – packed with strollers, joggers and skateboarders in good weather – replaced many of the warehouses and reconnected the city with its river.

According to the Notaires de France, the association that supports French notaries, average house prices (excluding newbuilds) in Bordeaux rose 1.9 per cent in 2013, compared with a 1.7 per cent fall in resale properties in France as a whole over the same period. Meanwhile, in Lyon and Marseille house prices were stagnant.

Nowhere is Bordeaux’s transformation more evident than in the Chartrons neighbourhood north of the city centre, the traditional location of the city’s antiques and bric-a-brac shops. In the past few years these have been joined by an increasing number of one-off fashion shops and trendy dining spots, inviting comparisons with the Marais district in Paris.

The city has also set up one of its business initiatives in the neighbourhood, drawing in ever more young professionals; the so-called Chartrons eco-creative business incubator was set up in 2010 to support start-ups in the sustainable development and creative economy sectors.

“There is a real buzz to Bordeaux and the city has a youthful feel,” says Julia Mottram, a British former fashion editor who moved to Bordeaux eight years ago and owns the Lily Blake boutique on Rue Notre Dame, the main artery of Chartrons. “But at the same time it has a serene quality and is a grand sort of place.”

Chartrons can be quite quirky, too: a simple bookshelf nailed to a front door on Rue Notre Dame is a highly informal book exchange scheme run by a nearby café, available at all hours and with no lock in sight.

According to Pierre-Olivier Villacreces, of Idea Pierre, about half of buyers of high-end homes in Chartrons come from the Paris region. They have been encouraged in part by a new 340km stretch of high-speed rail track between Tours and Bordeaux, due to open in the summer of 2017, which will cut journey times to the capital from about three hours to just over two hours. “Incomers also like the fact that Bordeaux is so handy for the seaside, which is under an hour away,” says Villacreces. He says many of the best homes in Chartrons and other property hotspots in Bordeaux now exchange hands for at least €5,000 per sq metre (the average price citywide is just under €3,000 for both apartments and houses).

Villacreces adds that the award of Unesco World Heritage Site status to the historical core of the city in 2007 also boosted property prices.
There is also evidence that a new, hip Bordeaux is emerging along with the infrastructure improvements. A new Philippe Starck-designed Mama Shelter hotel and bar opened in October last year in a former office building close to the city’s cathedral. Yet south of the centre, and particularly the area around the train station, some of the streets where the façades have not been cleaned up appear dark and rather unwelcoming – a reminder, for some, of the Bordeaux of old.

In the Bassin-à-flots scheme, for instance, 160 hectares of the city’s old docklands are being transformed into a new city district. About 65 per cent of the new buildings will be given over to housing, and it is expected that by 2030, 10,000 residents will be living in units ranging from studio flats to five-bedroom apartments. Bordeaux is a city with room to grow: the semi-industrial right bank of the Garonne across from the Bassin-à-flots is still relatively undeveloped.

The docklands scheme will also be home to the city’s new Centre of Wine Civilisations, which will serve as an educational and cultural centre, and as a platform for the local wine trade. The centre expects to welcome 500,000 visitors a year when it opens in 2016.

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Bordeaux: Ginko, the dream of Bordeaux-Lac takes shape



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It is a program of extraordinary dimensions out of the ground around the lake. The project is exactly halfway.
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Parc aux Angéliques | Quartier La Bastide | Projet urbain Garonne Eiffel | U/C | Opening 2015





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This urban project located in the right river of the Garonne between Bordeaux and Floirac, has the particularity to start with the creation of a park, continuing the park Angelica on the banks of the Garonne, in Deschamps sequence between the pont de Pierre and the pont Saint Jean.
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Parc aux angéliques, séquence quai deschamps. Espérons que les images préfigurent ce que sera le parc. Les deux hangars qui étaient mitoyens au café du port ont été rasés.




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Secteur Saint-Jean Belcier| Bordeaux Euratlantique| Quartier Bordeaux Sud | Urban master-plan redevelopment | U/C

Official website: http://www.bordeaux-euratlantique.fr/territoire-de-projets/projet-st-jean-belcier/

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In February 2011, the Public Establishment signed with the multidisciplinary team, agent Reichen et Robert & Associés, a framework agreement for the implementation of the urban project over a period of 9 years.

The team has structured the urban project by a landscaped 3.6 km loop, called "VIP".

This path soft mobility urban project structure and connects old and new neighborhoods, train station and business center, new housing and facilities, public places and large landscaped areas of the park along the banks of Garonne to the gardens of the Ars .

145 hectares program:
  • 740,000 m² of floor surface
  • 296,000 m² of office
  • 296,000 m² of housing
  • 74,000 m² of facilities (culture, sports, school ...)
  • 74,000 m² of hotels, shops and activities.
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Old September 11th, 2014, 02:38 PM   #70
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Old September 12th, 2014, 02:53 PM   #71
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© PHOTO BONNAUD GUILLAUME


Ilôt Cheverus, Promenade Sainte-Catherine


Cité des civilisations du vin








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To support the profound changes that have transformed Bordeaux since 1995, Alain Juppé, Mayor of Bordeaux, created Agora Biennale of Architecture,Urban planning and Design in 2004, which hosted Biennial since its creation, very many great architects and planners greatest.

As the editions go, Agora has acquired a unique personality in relation to other European biennials. It is popular, and attended by an audience who is not a specialist audience, cultural, because it opens up a little more each year in disciplines other than urban planning and architecture: cinema, visual arts, photography and literature; and finally politics, insofar as it poses the real societal debates are those of the old European towns.

Agora 2014 will be held on 11, 12, 13 and 14 September. Commissioner this year is the architect-planner Franco-Lebanese Youssef Tohme associated with Dutch designer Petra Blaisse. The chairmen of the various awards on the occasion of Agora Portuguese architect Eduardo Souto de Moura, pritzker price 2011 Francesco Bandarin, director of culture at UNESCO, Arturo Dell'Acqua Bellavitis, President of the Triennale Milan and photographer Georges Rousse.


Beyond the traditional project gallery which displays models of the projects underway in Bordeaux, the theme of this edition is that of public space. Around the exhibition which will take up residence this year the first floor of H14, many discussions will multiply the points of view on this complex topic, as well as programming outside the walls, further enriched in 2014.
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Museum of the Sea and Marine | Quartier Bordeaux Maritime | Bassins à flots | €20 million | Opening 2017 | Pro

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As for the future Museum of the Sea and Sea, for which it is highly anticipated, Norbert Fradin worked with architect Olivier Brochet. "It will not be a aquarium but a real museum, live, featuring music all historical collections of marine life in the merchant navy at sea as a natural environment. A hundred associations came close to me, "said the promoter not little impatient and proud of his work in progress that will rub shoulders the future City of Civilizations Wine. The Maritime Museum will 32 meters high and will include 6,500 m2 of exhibition halls, a conference room of 800 m2 with 350 seats (with expansion capacity), a restaurant and a rooftop garden that will wrap around building. "There will also screens for the public to take ownership of the marine world, model boat 6 meters long and of course temporary exhibitions," says the passionate promoter of maritime history and contemporary art .
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Promenade Sainte Catherine | Quartier Bordeaux Centre | €105 Investment | Opening 2015

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Influence | Quartier Chartrons | Mix-use project | 723 new houses | Vinci Immobilier | Opening 2016 | U/C

Launch of works: http://objectifaquitaine.latribune.f...-bordeaux.html







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All takes place at Bassins à flot, one of the fastest growing districts of Bordeaux in property development. A prized by Vinci among others, which is already set with programs such as Quai Ouest and Cap 140 The delivery of the program, which hopes to win the BBC Effinergie certification sector in 2016.

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Juppé: «Service to the Bordeaux-Merignac Airport by tram is priority»



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"The connection between the airport and the center of Bordeaux, without reloading, is a priority," insisted Alain Juppé (Mayor of Bordeaux), who wants to "support the development of the airport." He announced that the extension of line A tramway should be implemented in 2019 "at the earliest."
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Bordeaux: How the big urban projects will transform the metropolis.



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URBANISME: The timetable has been specified for a large number of urban projects on the Bordeaux metropolis.

The 2015-2019 period is auspicious in the territory of the Urban Community of Bordeaux, with the opening of no less than six major structures, whose work has been or will be launched, and the progressive movement of the third phase of tram.


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New stadium in Bordeaux. The inauguration will take place on May 23 2015 with a capacity of 42,000 seats, its construction was entrusted to a consortium Vinci / Fayat, and the architecture is signed Swiss firm Herzog and de Meuron. Officially, the building cost is € 183 million, a PS challenged by the city council of Bordeaux group, which encrypts the building to 228 million euro sum​​.


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La Meca. Understand: the House of the creative economy and the Aquitaine culture. This large building of 12,000 m2 that will emerge on the quaysides of Paludate Bordeaux, the location of the old slaughterhouse, will consolidate into one site the three cultural agencies of the Regional Council. From a very strong architectural style, this home is signed by the Danish agency BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) and Freaks. The cost is € 52 million. The opening is scheduled sometime in 2015.


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The City of Wine Civilization. The inauguration is scheduled March 31 2016 The ambition of the project, located in the basins Flot, is to provide a turn of the twenty-two largest wineries worldwide. Architecture is signed by the French agency XTU, and the shell is produced by GTM Bâtiment Aquitaine (a subsidiary of Vinci). The project cost is EUR 63 million.


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LGV Tours-Bordeaux. It is the largest railway construction site in Europe. At a cost of € 7.8 billion, it is designed as a public-private partnership with Lisea, the concession company Vinci created by the group that won the tender. Scheduled opening in late July 2017 Bordeaux will be at 2:05 of Paris.


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The large theater. It will finally emerge, current 2017 Floirac along the Garonne. With a capacity of 11,000 seats, it will be scalable. It will be carried and operated by SAS SENSO dealer, an offshoot of the group Lagardère Unlimited Live Entertainment and signed by the French architect Rudy Ricciotti.


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Jean-Jacques Bosc bridge. Alain Juppé (Mayor of Bordeaux) announced that it would emerge "early 2019" It is the consortium led by the Dutch OMA Rem Koolhaas who won the tender for the building between Bordeaux Begles and to floirac. It was designed by Clément Blanchet. Its total cost is estimated at 92 million €, plus project management (approximately € 9.9 million.


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The third phase of the tram. Several line extensions launched over the past three years will be in circulation from 2015 Thus, the 3.6 km extension of Line A between the center and station Merignac Avenue Magudas (station Hailsham Rostand) should be inaugurated in January 2015, the extension of the line between B Bougnard station and Avenue du Haut Lévêque-Pessac is scheduled for April 2015, and the continuation of the line C between the New Lands station and the road to Toulouse (Vaclav Havel school) in March 2015 line C will join at a later stage Villenave Ornon to the bridge of Maye, 2018 at the other end of the line C, the extension to the Park Exhibition is scheduled for January 2015.
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What will look like the city of Bordeaux in the future?



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It has now been many years that the city of Bordeaux began his transformation. Since the renovation of wharves, Bordeaux have reclaimed their river and the city has found a second wind. Often treated as "Sleeping Beauty", Bordeaux is now part of the city where future-oriented urban and architectural projects abound.

The new districts, structures and public spaces will grow like mushrooms until 2030 infrastructures and facilities necessary for Bordeaux should become a city of 1 million people by then!


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The redevelopment of the district Basins à Flot covers 162 hectares with 13 hectares of water area. By 2025 over 700 000 m2 of surfaces will be built: 5000 housing with a dozen public facilities (nurseries, schools, community halls, rooms dedicated to seniors or young, gym and outdoor play areas air). Already more than 4,000 homes have been a building permit, with 100,000 square meters of retail and services, and this is just the beginning.
A business center with a European focus



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This project will be the main focal point of the Great Southwest for the upper Tertiary. The program provides 450,000 m² of office space, including 300,000 square meters in close proximity to the train station. This large Business Center is a chain and a major site of metropolitan economic development alongside the aerospace and aeronautics, optics and lasers, as well as Operation Campus Bordeaux which aims to renovate and revitalize university sites to create real living and increase their international visibility.

The quality of life will be at the heart of the business district and innovation "new generation". The offices will be of high environmental quality and range of services will be implemented as a concierge, nurseries, company restaurants and shops. The project also includes the creation of a "World Trade Center" which will promote contacts and exchanges internationally.
The LGV (HSL) and the transformation of the train station



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In 2017 the Bordeaux train station will take a European scale. The HSL (High Speed ​​Line) will be finalized and annual traffic of Saint-Jean station should increase from about 11 million passengers to more than 20 million! The busy days, 100,000 travelers can be accommodated. The changing station includes a second large entrance with a square opening on the future business center, 2,000 m² of retail space and 1,600 parking spaces.

The implementation of this LGV, which is currently one of the largest construction projects in Europe, will forever change the attractiveness of Bordeaux will now be 2 hours from Paris, 1 hour from Toulouse, 1h45 3h40 Bilbao and Madrid .
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The future of Bordeaux Digital City should be built in a former postal sorting office with a possible area of ​​25,000 m² just 10 minutes by tram from Saint-Jean station. This infrastructure will provide many services to Bordeaux, graduate schools and companies: incubator, nursery, business hotel space "coworking" resource center ... The City is the flagship project put forward for nomination French Bordeaux Tech Aquitaine.
The future Armagnac bridge Amédée Saint-Germain /



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This bridge, built as part of urban planning Euratlantique Bordeaux, will span the railroad tracks from the south exit of the Saint-Jean train station. It will make the beautiful bike paths and sidewalks comfortable hand, which will co-local bus service and Metro service. Side Amédée-Saint-Germain, a ramp and a walkway delineate a new public space. If all goes well, this work will be completed by 2018.
The Garonne Eiffel Project



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"Garonne Eiffel" is a major urban project that aims to significantly improve the right bank of Bordeaux. Two miles of frontage on the Garonne will be carried out between the St. John bridge and the stone bridge in order to view the best the city and its heritage UNESCO site. Old neighborhoods will be renovated and new will emerge with a total of 7500 dwellings should be able to accommodate more than 12,000 people. This joint program of redevelopment Floirac between Bordeaux and is a real challenge for the whole city.

The Garonne Eiffel project has already begun. The park Berges is currently under construction and to regain ownership of the banks of the river. This is the sequence of Deschamps park Angelic. These developments should be completed by 2015.
http://www.passion-aquitaine.fr/le-bordeaux-du-futur/
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Place du Maucaillou renovation | Quartier Saint-Michel | Obras cabinet | €15 millions renovation work | U/C





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Place Saint-Michel regain December 6 its Saturday market, the day after its antique shops and stalls on Monday the weekly fair. The date is now final: it was announced traders concerned earlier this week by Mayor Alain Juppe.

Unless serious incident last minute site, the page of the great works in the squares and Meynard canteloup and street-Philippe Gaspard will be shot. But there will still renovating the Duburg behind the basilica.

For Maucaillou place, it was not until mid-2015, since it will be the basis for the construction work of the Clare Street to the Capuchins market, scheduled for early next year. The block party of Saint-Michel, this weekend, takes place on half the space already completed.
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