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Property development made-to-measure

The cities of tomorrow are being built all around us today. They are smarter, sustainable, innovative and tailored to our ever-evolving ways of life. The buildings that make up this future, like its occupants, share many goals and are full of energy and potential. For a structure to be truly successful today it shouldn’t necessarily only enable the activities it was designed for; but rather become an integral part of the work and life experience.

Building flexible and modular environments

A data-driven smart building generates possibilities. Creating a structure with a global vision in mind and daring to be ambitious in its execution allows one to craft an ecosystem where success and ergonomics go hand-in-hand. A building will outlive the technology of its day, and as such, should be built with future upgrades in mind. This can only be achieved by understanding today’s evolving technological and sociological landscape. A large-scale, mixed-use smart-city project can integrate offices and shops with cultural and sporting facilities, and private and social housing. Flexible and modular buildings are capable of communicating with each other and can undergo mid-life conversion, thereby remaining future-forward and flexible.



Offices: Leveraging ambition for commercial real estate

Key figures

  • Leader
    in Commercial Property Development in France by business volume
  • 156,000
    under construction in France and Madrid in 2020
  • €321.5m
    of projects sold in 2020
  • 2,086
    housing units started in France in 2020

Residential: Innovation for urban living

The way we live changes constantly, and the homes we live in should reflect that, whether in residential units for first-time buyers, student housing, and tourist or business accommodation. Whoever the end user, our residential real estate teams will guide you through the development and execution of your housing project, at any scale.

As a pioneer in sustainable real estate, we are the first developer with an eco-supplier charter, a commitment bolstered by the certification of our low-energy buildings and the RT 2012 thermal regulation.


Creating value in residential real estate is about matching sustainability, responsibility, and innovation with unparalleled market knowledge

Olivier Bokobza
Managing Director of Residential Business Line

Building success requires the best teams, and this extends directly to our network of the world’s leading architects, building companies, experts and startups called upon to bring the most innovative buildings and new concepts to life. At BNP Paribas Real Estate, our commercial property development team develops buildings as centres of excellence that reflect a company’s agility, adapted to its specific needs, with a focus on services, communication and flexibility.

Our residential real estate experts understand the local economic and regulatory data essential for executing assignments with a commitment to quality, innovation and respect of environmental values. Innovative, safe and adapted to current lifestyles, our references are the fruit of collaboration with architects renowned for their professionalism.

Our highlighted projects

ternes-bnp-paribas-real-estateTernes: As the winner of the ‘Reinvent Paris’ competition, this multi-strata city combines urban agriculture and wooden construction for offices, retail and housing. A competition won, according to Thierry Laroue-Pont, CEO of BNP Paribas Real Estate, “thanks to an inclusive mixed-use development concept, incorporating innovative new technology” / Architects: Jacques Ferrier Architecture and Chartier Dalix Architectes / 20,000 sq. m.

Ternes, Paris


#Curve: A low-carbon office design in France with HQE Exceptional, Effinergie+ and BBCA environmental certifications / Architects: Chartier Dalix / 24,000 sq. m.

#Curve, La Plaine Saint-Denis

Hexagon-bnp-paribas-real-estateHexagon: A major London reconstruction, including 59 apartments and office space to be delivered in late 2017 / Architects: Squire and Partners & Michael Boyd Associates / + 5,400 sq. m apartments + 400 sq. m offices.




Il Cielo di Roma: Head office of Banca Nazionale del Lavoro (BNL) in Rome, selected as finalist at the MIPIM awards in the “Best Office and Business Development” category / Architects: 5+1AA Alfonso Femia Gianlucca Peluffo s.r.l / 48,800 sq. m.

BNL Headquarters, Rome