Toulouse: a residence instead of the body shop on the banks of the canal

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The “Hédoniste” estate residence was built on the banks of the Canal du Midi, in the Raisin district of Toulouse, by da Vinci Immobilier and the Toulouse architect Serge Zilio.

The new residence stands on the edge of the canal in place of an emblematic body shop in this sector of Raisin. It bears the residence name “Hédoniste”, probably to make one forget the industrious side of the establishment which preceded it on the site. Because it is a completely classic creation, even if designed in a very modern and sober style by the Toulouse architect Serge Zilio, of the SZ Architectures studio.

2 buildings with 94 apartments, from T1 to T4

Philippe de Villèle, deputy director of residential real estate and the regions of Vinci Immobilier, Jean-Luc Moudenc, mayor of Toulouse and president of Toulouse Métropole and Annette Laigneau, deputy mayor of Toulouse and vice president of Toulouse Métropole in charge of city planning, inaugurated, last Saturday , this real estate complex located in the heart of Toulouse, on the banks of the Canal du Midi. The residence is made up of 94 apartments ranging from one-room to four-room apartments, divided into two 10-storey buildings to limit the building’s footprint.
The set develops a total area of ​​5,517 m22. In this context of urban construction on gray land, the program thus contributes to the environmental strategy of Vinci Immobilier which aims at zero net artificialization by 2030, recalled Philippe de Villèle.

Supermarket at the foot of the building

The building unfolds its contemporary lines along the Canal du Midi, classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and marks the renewal of an entire district, fitting perfectly into the policy of the city which wishes to restore grace and dynamism to the surrounding environment. Canal du Midi, in particular as part of the Grand Matabiau quais d’Oc and Grand Parc Garonne metropolitan urban projects. Continuous balconies and terraces (from 6 to 80 m2) extend each apartment, offering natural light and unobstructed views. The rooms were decorated by designer Alexandra Delmas. Landscape architect: Apuc, Véronique Courcelles.
This mixed complex also houses a commercial area of ​​406m22 on the ground floor and 110 parking spaces on four underground levels.

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