- Livraison 2018
- Offices 35 000m²
- Car park 350 parking spaces in the Quai d’Arenc car park
- Retail units 5 shops at the foot of the building
Tour La Marseillaise
La Marseillaise is a genuine watershed for Marseilles.
From its 135 metres high, it is today the only office tower facing onto the sea and offering this level of quality of services, available for rent in France.
Light and transparent, Jean Nouvel designed it to blend into the landscape and to convey a new style to the town. Also emblematic by its clear lines and high level of technicality, La Marseillaise is an exploit for the teams that designed and created it.
Second building to see the day on the Quais d’Arenc after the Balthazar, it is a genuine catalyst for Euroméditerranée, which, undergoing changes for 20 years now, has a strong ambition for the district, the town and the conurbation.
Solicitous of the environment in which it is placed, La Marseillaise asserts itself at the leading edge of sustainable development, by aiming for environmental excellence for the first time in France: RT 2012, HQE Excellent and Leed Gold.
A tertiary building of excellence
Designed facing the sea, as an allusion to the calanques, by the architect Jean Nouvel, Tour La Marseillaise is an unrivalled tertiary building of excellence in Southern Europe and one of the founding elements of the new Marseilles skyline. The occupants include Haribo, Sodexo, the SNEF, Orange, the CEPAC, the World Trade Center Marseille Provence, Constructa.
The environmental excellence target
La Marseillaise will be one of the most high-performance buildings in France since it is aiming for the HQE Excellent and Leed Gold certifications. It will also accommodate a marine energy conversion loop which will supply the building and those connected to it with heating and air conditioning.