Val d’Europe, Business Happiness

The Hub of the Eastern Paris region

France's leading TGV (high-speed train) interconnecting station
88
trains carrying 4 million passengers
54
stations served in France
4
trains a day to the south of France (Ouigo)

TGV

Paris less than 1/2 hr away by RER A (district train)
2
RER A stations :
Val d’Europe and Marne la Vallée-Chessy
In 2015,
1 RER train every
10 mins
In 2022,
1 RER train every
3 mins

RER

High-quality road infrastructures
3
direct access points to
the A4 motorway
6
motorways nearby
30 km
from Paris

HIGHWAYS

Direct access to all the region's airports
8 mins
from Roissy CDG with 50 TGV connections a day
24
shuttle buses a day to Orly
5
shuttle buses a day to Beauvais and Reims

AIR

Almost 3 million residents of the Greater Paris region – including approximately 1.3 million employed people –
can access Val d'Europe in under 45 minutes.

A city which likes business

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75000
m² office space in town center
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5000
Business establishments
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35000
jobs today, 60,000 by 2030
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120000
m² office space in business park

A city of hospitality

320
million visitors since its creation in 1992
N°1
single-site employer in France
N°1
Tourist destination in Europe
  Disneyland Paris is the most visited tourist site in the world. A tourist resort comprising two theme parks, Disneyland and Walt Disney Studios, which has become in just a few years the leading tourist destination and the top tour operator in France by the amount of customers it has. The Group has nearly 15,000 employees from 100 different nationalities and is a true model of diversity
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2017
Villages Nature opening
4800
direct and indirect jobs are due to be created as of phase 1 – of which 1,600 in the centre alone
180
hectares (phase 1: 2016) then 259 hectares (phase 2: by 2020)
Developed by Pierre & Vacances and Euro Disney, this new tourist attraction puts harmony between Man and Nature at the core of its concept. The park is structured around water, forest, land, sports and health.
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2011
date of birth
10th
cluster in the Greater Paris region
Its DNA : to become a centre of excellence, research, information and training in the tourism sector. Its features: to manage and maintain the destination's appeal and reinforce the regional roots of existing and future participants.
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16.7
million visitors yearly
160
retail brands
20
fast-food and traditional restaurants
Val d’Europe is a site for strolling as well as a place for shopping with vast paths and natural daylight. It also features a fitness centre and Les Terrasses, where a host of restaurants lead to a vast Baltard-inspired atrium.
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6.3
visitors yearly
3rd
most visited leisure site around Paris (2014)
110
outlet shops
La Vallée Village, an exceptional shopping experience in an open-air village. 110 fashion and luxury retail shops propose their collections from previous seasons at reduced prices.
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A city showcasing
your brand image
Urban planning on a human scale with ample space aside for people, including numerous easy-to-get-to commercial and leisure facilities just a few minutes from your offices. Its Neoclassical-inspired architecture has won four international architecture awards between 2006 and 2008.
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interview
Maurice Culot Chairman of Arcas Architecture & Town Planning
Watch the video

A city with a future

Outlook for 2024

Val d’Europe is one of the only areas to have a clearly defined road map. With this long-term vision, the infrastructure and service needs can be anticipated thereby guaranteeing ongoing development. Phase IV is supported by an investment plan of €3.6b in private funds (€800m for Villages Nature Paris project included) and €280m in public funds.
30,000 m² in private amenities
new hotel rooms
100,000 m² in office space
130,000 m² in retail space
25,000 m² for a Conference and Exhibition Centre
1,250 specialist housing units
15 hectares of business premises
7,000 homes, 25% of which are public housing and 15% controlled-price housing