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Old Posted Feb 17, 2007, 10:46 AM
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The 1st phase of the Confluence project: http://www.lyon-confluence.fr/ => click on "images"

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Old Posted Mar 26, 2007, 9:21 PM
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nice video of the Confluence Museum: http://www.rhone.fr/noheto/ebn.ebn?p...=97&pnfo=28835

Any updates about the numerous projects ?
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The tower's website: http://www.tour-oxygene.com/

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Old Posted Aug 3, 2007, 8:53 AM
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I must congratulate you for the impressive amount of work you've done here Grumpy ! This thread is extremely well-documented !
Thank you very much
I try to get this city more in the spotlights here cause it is very under rated imo.

The 'Confluence' project has now a update in english:
http://www.la-confluence.fr/index.php?force_flag_ID=2
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Old Posted Dec 13, 2007, 9:39 PM
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An update on le Tour Oxygène anyone ?
Isn't there a webcam ?

The train/tram for the western suburbs of the city:

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@ Minato Ku , which of the earlier proposed projects are currently U/C ?
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The project currently under construction:

Tour Oxygène: 115 m (2009)

source: Le renard, paris-skyscrapers.fr

In Confluence, many buildings under construction


source linternaute.com

Musée des Confluences (2009)



"La Place nautique"



Pôle de loisirs Confluence (2009) Cinema, coffees, bowling, shopping center...



Residential buildings of Confluence (2008-2010)



Eiffage Headquarter (2009)




OPAC Headquarter (2009)

source: le renard, paris skyscrapers.fr


Rhône-Alpes Region Headquarter


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Hub Business Lyon Airport. (2009) Parking, Hotel & office


Le pole audiovisuelle Lyon Villeurbanne. Cinema Studios extension
Renovation of industrial buildings


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Lovely update , merci

Where exactly is the "pole audiovisuelle" located in Villeurbanne ?
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Near the studio 24, near the new tramway line T4
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Old Posted Jan 11, 2008, 9:31 PM
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merci.

Could you as a Lyonnais (69) tell us more about the future plans of the TCL network plz
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Old Posted Jan 11, 2008, 9:38 PM
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3 renderings of the Tour Oxygéne U/C





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Old Posted Jan 25, 2008, 5:44 PM
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The largest French skyscraper project outside of Paris for Lyon

The 37-floor Incity Tower will be 200 meters (650 ft) high and will contain 40,000 sq. meters (430,000 st. ft) of office space. It will be built in the Part-Dieu business district and is scheduled to be completed by 2012. It will use green building technology, producing its own energy. Architects are Denis Valode and Albert Constantin.

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this is great news for Lyon , but 200m and only 37 floors ??

Tour Incity = still U/D
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The Place des Jacobins is going to be completely refurbished:



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this is great news for Lyon , but 200m and only 37 floors ??
The height of 200m probably includes the spire.
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Better rendering of tour Incity (200m)

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voilà

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A Lyon, les immeubles de grande hauteur sont à la mode. Alors que se construit la tour Oxygène (115 m), la réalisation d'un bâtiment de bureaux de 200 m de haut a été annoncée la semaine dernière en 2012 à la Part-Dieu. Et selon nos informations, la SACVL envisage sérieusement la construction d'une tour de 130 m de haut au nord de Gerland (7e).

Cet immeuble serait destiné à accueillir essentiellement des logements. « On est prêt. On a un projet dans les cartons », confirme Gérard Klein, directeur de la Société d'aménagement et de la construction de la ville de Lyon, qui gère 8 000 logements dont 2 900 sociaux. Cette société d'économie mixte, présidée par la maire PS du 5e arrondissement Alexandrine Pesson, souhaite également créer un « quartier d'un nouveau genre » au nord de Gerland, où elle possède d'importantes réserves foncières.

Frédéric Crouzet - ©2008 20 minutes
A 130m mixed use tower is planned in Gerland district.
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I've read that "GrandLyon" has bought the entire Blandain area.
What is going to be built over there ?
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For those who are interested , a very detailed plan of urbanism of the greater Lyon area:

PLU Lyon
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