Completed in 1852, this handsome collection of buildings has witnessed the economic expansion of Paris. In 1855, the year of the first Exposition Universelle international exhibition in France, two retail employees called Alfred Chauchard and Auguste Hériot founded the Grands Magasins du Louvre department store with capital funding from leading financiers, the Pereire brothers. It was the first of its kind in Paris, and at that time occupied the Hôtel du Louvre, within which the original arcade of shops developed into a department store.
A century later, large companies began to use parts of the building as office space. In 1975, the then vacant building was acquired by the British Post Office Pension Fund, which began the process of converting it into a modern business centre with the Louvre des Antiquaires antiques market on the ground floor. Since it was acquired by SFL in 1995, the Louvre Saint-Honoré building has been renovated several times.
With its exceptional location facing the Louvre, it offers office accommodation on the grand scale, with usable space of 5,400 m² per floor. The 20,000 m² of retail space on the ground, first and second floors are currently being restructured to accommodate the Fondation Cartier contemporary art museum. Delivery is planned for 2024.
47 700 m²
- 24/7 secure access
- Food service
- Meeting spaces
- Document storage
- Car parks
Brochure Louvre Saint-Honoré (FR)
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