INCUBATOR. Started in December 2014, the construction site of the conversion of the Halle Freyssinet, led by the architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte is coming to an end. Before its inauguration, scheduled for the end of June 2017, the head of State has visited this morning this classified site of 34,000 m2 in which will be installed at the incubator Station F and the future… the headquarters of the foundation of the “France commits” led by François Hollande.
Containers, postal, rail and car… Here at 55 boulevard Vincent Auriol in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, was held in the Halle Freyssinet, now christened, Station F, to recall the delivery of the postal mail of the past.
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Has a month of the opening – July 3 2017 – of this “locomotive of entrepreneurship digital French” on the ZAC Paris Left Bank, the site of the Halle Freyssinet, now called “Station ” F”, surprising for its size. Nearly 34,000 m2 of area, some 200 companions from ten companies, divided into 23 lots, all body confused, will leave in the next few days this project of reconversion gigantic nestled in against-low of the National Library of France (BNF).
On this occasion, François Hollande, has visited on Thursday 11 may 2017, this site, formerly the knot of rail freight, to which was during his last intervention as the president of the Republic in the presence of Xavier Niel, vice-president of Iliad and Jean-Laurent Bonnafe, ceo of BNP Paribas.
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This building, whose construction was led by the architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte, is a special place for the head of State. “Here, this is a symbolic transformed that keeps its cars and its rails, I made my first inaugural speech in 2011 after the primary of the PS, and I have returned and I am committed to build with Xavier Niel on this future campus world,” he explained.
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