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Exit the temple of declining consumption, make way for a new city center at the Patte d'oie d'Herblay

2024-03-02T19:04:54.279Z

Highlights: The arrival of the new town center of Montigny marks the end of the model of XXL commercial zones. Construction began in Juneon the Patte d'oie d'Herblay, alignment of large brands over 5 km along the RD14. By 2030, 800 to 900 homes, shops, a medical office, a nursery, a park and a school must be built on 750 m of this axis. “This commercial area is losing its attractiveness,” says the mayor.


The arrival of the new town center of Montigny marks the end of the model of XXL commercial zones. A new residential area is in progress


It is one of the largest commercial areas in France and is undergoing a major change.

Construction began in June

on the Patte d'oie d'Herblay, alignment of large brands over 5 km along the RD14 which crosses four towns (Franconville, Montigny-lès-Cormeilles, Herblay and Pierrelaye).

A crane is being erected in Montigny-lès-Cormeilles, next to the Megarama cinema.

In the coming months, the first block of the city center creation project will begin to take shape.

By 2030, 800 to 900 homes, shops, a medical office, a nursery, a park and a school must be built on 750 m of this axis currently lined with stores.

“This commercial area is losing its attractiveness,” notes the mayor, Jean-Noël Carpentier, who started working on the transformation of part of this area 12 years ago.

“This project highlights a historical reality: we are seeing an evolution in attractiveness,” he adds.

Signs come and go.

The most attractive brands go elsewhere.

They are replaced by lower quality businesses.

There are more empty premises.

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Source: leparis

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