Railway enclave in Paris is transformed into a solar-powered mixed-use eco-district
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Launched in 2001 and slated for completion in 2020, the Clichy-Batignolles project is structured around a 10-hectare natural public park and comprise over 3,400 homes—at least half of which will be social housing—to house 7,500 residents; 140,000 square meters of office space; 31,000 square meters of retail; 38,000 square meters of facilities; and a 120,000-square-meter courthouse and police headquarters. The mixed-use development is expected to create at least 12,700 new jobs. The environmentally...