270,000 m2 dedicated to businesses, restaurants, housing, offices and cinemas. Modern, competitive and built around the future train station, EuroRennes is a place full of diversity, dynamic encounters and life, connecting the multimodal interchange station with the major economic hub.
A business centre at the heart of Brittany’s capital
Rennes is benefitting from the arrival of the high-speed railway line, which opens it up on the international level, making the district surrounding the station a new hub for personal life and business and boosting its status as a regional capital of Europe. Just 1 hour 25 mins from Paris and directly connected by every possible means of transport (TGV station (high-speed trains), TER (regional trains), bus terminal, metro, buses and bicycles etc.) EuroRennes will be a strategic crossroads and the entry point to Brittany.
A connected economic hub
At the centre of this new economic hub, EuroRennes will host the head offices of major companies that are carrying out important development work on their tertiary business activities.
This future business centre will also host corporate, business and hotel services. It reaps the benefits of its ideal location and its proximity to the city’s major cultural facilities, such as Le Liberté theatre, Les Champs Libres (media libraries, auditoriums, the Espace des Sciences and the Museum of Brittany), Gaumont cinemas and soon the art-house cinema, Arvor, and the National Theatre of Brittany.
At the heart of this attractive region
As Europe’s leading French city when it comes to “living well” in a city*, and as the 3rd best town to work in**, Rennes has an excellent reputation for its quality of life, rich culture, diverse heritage, contemporary art scene and vibrant student life. Ideally located less than one hour from Nantes, Saint-Malo and Mont-Saint-Michel bay, Brittany’s capital benefits from a prized location.
With connections to Paris by high-speed train in 1 hour 25 mins, the city of Rennes currently has 440,000 inhabitants and is experiencing unprecedented growth, with 30,000 new inhabitants expected by 2030.
*L’Express 2017 / ** Classed by the European Commission in 2016