A program at the forefront of the Le Croissant sector
Since 2015, the Croissant district in Nanterre has been freed from some of the road infrastructure that delimits its northern part.
Previously isolated and little known, it is taking advantage of the demolition of the old "silo" parking lots along the Boulevard de La Défense (D914) to forge a new identity. Under the project management of the TVK-d'Ici-là group, the first phase of this renewal has seen the completion of several real estate programs, including the Arche Horizon program.
Arche Horizon, a timeless building well integrated into its environment
At the corner of Boulevard de Pesaro and Rue Salvador Allende, the Arche Horizon program, supported by Kaufman & Broad and Logipostel, was delivered in 2021. The Mikou Studio agency designed a complex of just over 3,900 square meters, housing 50 studio to four-bedroom apartments (29 for free ownership and 21 for first-time buyers).
With its simple and orderly massing, Arche Horizon resonates with the nearby buildings, creating a very well identified gateway to the site from Boulevard Pesaro.
A building with a timeless character characterized by large facades and wooden columns.
Did you know?
The 10-story building was built on spring boxes (located in the parking lot) in order to isolate the housing from the vibrations of the RER and the road.