Assets and projects Paris-Charles de Gaulle

Real estate at this airport is made up of cargo, maintenance and service buildings. In the long term, Groupe ADP plans to develop a diversified real estate concept in which airport products (mainly for cargo and support activities) will continue to predominate while other key activities (offices, shops, hotels and business premises) are also allowed to develop.

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    Le Dome - Building type: Office - Delivery date: 1991 - Area (sqm): 18 000 m² - Investor: Groupe ADP

  • Continental Square - Building type: Office - Delivery date: 1992 and 2005 - Area (sqm): 47 000 m² - Investor(s) : Groupe ADP

  • Aeronef - Building type: Office - Delivery date: 1993 - Area (sqm): 5 000 m² - Investor: Groupe ADP

  • Roissytech - Building type: Office - Delivery date: 1997 - Area (sqm): 11 000 m² - Investor: Groupe ADP

  • Altaï - Building type: Office - Date of delivery: 2012 - Area (sqm): 12 000 m² - Investor(s): Groupe ADP (60%), Schiphol Real Estate (40%)

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    Services

    The services development strategy is based on a number of flagship projects:

    • Development of the airport city concept at Roissypole, which currently has sqm 216,000 of office space and sqm 68,000 of hotel space. Roissypole is due to expand with the construction of a sqm 12,600 office building (50% already pre-marketed), a 600-room, 3-star hotel complex and a 230-room high-tech hotel that will increase the number of hotels by 2015

    • Aéroville is a Unibail-Rodamco development that stands on Groupe ADP property. The impressive, ultramodern shopping centre opened its doors on 17 October 2013. It features 84,000 sq.m of retail space and over 200 stores.
    The complex adopts a premium-quality position. Every day from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., its stores introduce visitors to the latest trends and the best that the worlds of fashion, beauty, culture, sports, and leisure have to offer. 
    The shopping centre also hosts an Auchan hypermarket, which offers the Drive grocery pickup service, and a twelve-screen multiplex designed by Luc Besson (EuropaCorp).

    • Groupe ADP Headquarter - Building type: Office - Date of delivery: 2016 - Area (sqm): 17 100 m² - Investor(s): Groupe ADP

    • Baïkal - Building type: Office - Date of delivery: 2017 - Area (sqm): 13 500 m² - Investor(s): Groupe ADP

    • Aéroville - Building type: Retail - Date of delivery: 2013 - Area (sqm): 84 000 m² GLA - Investor(s): Unibail-Rodamco

    • Citizen M - Building type: Hotel - Date of delivery: 2014 - Area (sqm): 230 rooms - Investor(s): Citizen M

    • Pullman & Ibis Style - Building type: Hotel - Date of delivery: 2015 - Area (sqm): 612 rooms - Investor(s): Accor

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      Cargo

      Cargo buildings in the immediate vicinity of aircraft areas total around sqm 500,000. The cargo area has 76 dedicated aircraft stands and is located in two large geographic zones:

      • north-west zone: the European hub of Fedex and the Air France aircraft maintenance area.

      The cargo areas (buildings and infrastructure) are organised to ensure activities are divided into three specialist sections. This is because, depending on their purpose, buildings are usually located more or less close to traffic areas. Physically, the first section includes all the buildings straddling the public/restricted areas:

      • airside section one: all the buildings with access to the restricted area that handle air cargo directly on the aircraft. This section includes all the airlines, express shippers and handling agents. In 2007 at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, Groupe ADP built and opened a sqm 22,000 cargo station handling around 140,000 tons of cargo a year.

      • landside section one: all other buildings in the first section and all facilities that do not have direct access to aircraft.

      • section two: all facilities handling cargo that is not loaded directly onto aircraft and that are located entirely in the public area. Cargo handled in these buildings therefore first goes through an airside section one facility before being loaded onto aircraft.

      • section three: all service buildings in the cargo area.

      The cargo strategy at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport has two main thrusts:

      • support for the expansion of express cargo traffic primarily by continuing the extension of the FedEx hub (4 additional aircraft stands)

      • consolidating the airport's position as European cargo leader by expanding, through investment in new projects, airside section one with the completion of a sqm 18,000 cargo station in 2012 and two warehouses in 2012 and 2013 offering a total sqm 25,000.

      • Holiday Inn Express - Building type: Hotel - Date of delivery: 2018 - Area (sqm): 305 rooms - Investor(s): Unknown

      • Aloft & Element - Building type: Hotel - Date of delivery: 2018 - Area (sqm): 315 rooms - Investor(s): Unknown

      • FedEx hub - Building type: Cargo terminal - Date of delivery: 2009 - Area (sqm): 108 500m² - Investor(s): Groupe ADP

      • GB2 - Building type: Cargo terminal- Date of delivery: 2007 - Area (sqm): 22 500m² - Investor(s): Groupe ADP

      • GB3 - Building type: Cargo terminal - Date of delivery: 2012 - Area (sqm): 17 800m² - Investor(s): Groupe ADP

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        • Village fret- Building type: Industrial premises - Date of delivery: 2012 - Area (sqm): 25 000m² - Investor(s): Groupe ADP

        • CME - Building type: Hangar - Date of delivery: 2016 - Area (sqm): 5 700m² - Investor(s): Groupe ADP

        • Gare RER Roissypole - Building type: Retail - Date of delivery: 2017-2018 - Area (sqm): 1 300m² - Investor(s): Groupe ADP

        • Available land - Area (sqm): 181 ha - Investor(s): Groupe ADP

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