Located in the heart of the Cargo area of Paris-Orly Airport, just a few minutes away from the business area Coeur d'Orly and within close proximity of the motorways A86, A106 and RN7, the Roméo business park is ideally positioned. Thanks to its design which allows it to be used for multiple purposes, it can meet all kinds of storage and business needs.
View of the Roméo business park in the Cargo area of Paris-Orly Airport© BNP Paribas Real Estate
- A category for "major Cargo activities" with buildings that are directly connected to the PCZSARs (Critical Parts of the Restricted Access Security Zone), providing 9,300 sq.m of business premises (workshops, warehouses, etc.) and 1,700 sq.m of office space. It can be divided into areas of 1,100-sq.m or more;
- A category for "small businesses", with eight 200-sq.m business premises and 2,800 sq.m of offices dedicated to SMEs and SMIs, which can be divided into areas of at least 300 sq.m.
- Finally, a large car park with 224 spaces for light vehicles and ten places for heavy goods vehicles is available to cater for the area.
Serge Grzybowski, Real Estate Director at Groupe ADP, said: “This new real estate asset is symbolic of our strategic plan ‘Connect 2020’, which aims to strengthen our role as an investor and develop areas dedicated to Cargo activities. This business park is also part of the airport city’s development strategy and Paris-Orly Airport’s revival. Their attractiveness and connectivity will be considerably increased with the extension of line 14 and later by the completion of line 18 of the Grand Paris Express metro network.”
Lease agreements have already been signed for nearly half of the surfaces of the Roméo Park, with players from the aviation industry and from the economic centre of Orly-Rungis.
Indeed over the years, Paris-Orly Airport has become a major business hub in the heart of the third- largest economic centre in the Paris region. Located just ten minutes from the French capital, Paris-Orly Airport is accessible from several motorways and many public transport routes (Orly val- RER B, RER C, Tramway T7, and buses).
Large-scale modernisation works are in progress at the airport, which will change its appearance and make it more welcoming. This is thanks, in particular, to the construction currently underway of a connecting building which will create a link between the South and West Terminals by 2019.
Planner: Groupe ADP
Investor: Groupe ADP
Manager: Groupe ADP
Architect: Agence Franc Architectes
Surface area: 5 hectares
Total floor area: 22,000 sq.m