Developing the airport city

Non-terminal real estate activities offer the potential for strategic development and have become drivers of growth for Groupe ADP, sharing the same economic cycle as the rest of the real estate sector.

Groupe ADP’s assets are composed of two complimentary segments: airport real estate, which includes land or buildings intended for terminal activities or requiring direct access to runways (aircraft maintenance hangars, front line cargo terminals, or industrial areas) and real estate diversification, which includes land or buildings that do not require direct access to runways (offices, shops, hotels, business parks, warehouses).

Our advantages

A major "Grand Paris" player located right at the centre of the most powerful economic hub in the Paris region.

A development potential of 1.5 million sq.m of buildings thanks to 355 ha of available landholdings.

Our goal

Design and develop our airport cities to welcome our business clients, their employees and partners while promoting well-being.

Invest in innovative projects: turnkey rentals, services for businesses and employees.

An airport city that is highly connected to the world
to increase the value of our brand identity

  • We merge the city and the airport to create a convivial, relaxing place and green spaces for employees, travellers, companions, and residents alike.
  • As such, we create real airport cities with:

- Multimodal accessibility and a direct connection to the capital:

Paris-Charles de Gaulle:
plane, TGV, RER B, bus, A1/A3/A104 motorways
Tomorrow: CDG Express (2025), Grand Paris Express Line 17 (2030)

Today: plane, ORLYVAL-RER B, RER C, bus, A106/A6/A86/A10 motorways
Tomorrow: Grand Paris Express Line 14 (2024) and Line 18 (2027), TGV
Paris-Le Bourget :
Today: plane, TGV, RER B, bus, A1/A3/A104 motorways
Tomorrow: Grand Paris Express Line 17 (2024)

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- Green buildings

Eco-design, eco-construction, and smart building management.

- Shops and services designed with the users of our districts in mind

restaurants, ground-floor retail spaces, hotels, conference rooms, concierge service, childcare centres, etc...

Our expertise


A highly connected business district in the heart of Greater Paris:ROISSYPOLE

  • The largest airport city in the world (384,000 sq.m of office space, hotels, and retail space): an attractive business district boasting direct access to Paris and the world (RER, TGV, bus, A1, A3, A104 motorways, airport)

  • A high-value-added property (54 ha)

  • Le Grand Roissy, the leading job creation hub in France

  • A wide range of office space (260,000 sq.m) and hotels (3,600 rooms) offering numerous events (Aéroville shopping centre, food trucks, locations for after-work events, etc.)

  • The CDG Express (2025) and the Grand Paris Express Line 17 (2030)

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    Paris-Charles de Gaulle’s Cargo City, the largest in Europe:

  • 300 ha of real estate just for cargo

  • 700,000 sq.m of freight terminals: cargo stations, warehouses

  • 3.6 millions tonnes of cargo handling capacit

  • 80 aircraft parking stands

  • FedEx’s European hub and 1 postal hub: Chronopost, La Poste

  • 1 cargo village for transport, distribution and service professionals; 12 leading cargo companies and hundreds of freight companies

  • Heightened security: ANPR video surveillance system, constabulary, customs

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    A business eco-district just 10 minutes from Paris:

  •  International, national, and local connection

  • A real airport city: energy-efficient office buildings, new generation hotels, restaurants, services, lively working and living spaces (locations for after-work events, gym, etc.)

  • A covered glass walkway connecting the district to the joint terminal

  • The Grand Paris Express metro: Line 14 (2024) and Line 18 (2027)

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    From business aviation to real estate diversification:PARIS-LE-BOURGET-Arts

  • Europe’s leading business airport

  • A one-of-a-kind fine art storage centre in France (2020)

  • The Grand Paris Express metro: Line 17 (2024)

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