This retail park, which is open 24/7 year round, gets a boost from the proximity of Auchan, Leroy Merlin and Décathlon outlets (Boissénart – Cesson).
This facility contributes to the vibrancy of the new city and balances the development hubs within its territory in terms of retail equipment.
The mall is part of the Boissénart facility which is composed of more than 100 000 sq.m. of retail spaces, including the Boissénart shopping center (34 500 sq.m. GLA, an Auchan hypermarket with sales area of 14 000 sq.m. and 55 shops), Maisonément (42 000 sq.m. GLA and 40 shops and restaurants), the transfer-enlargement of Leroy Merlin (15 000 sq.m.), and other retailers are already present (Décathlon, Kiabi, Kiloutou, etc.).
Location and accessibility
Maisonément is located 35 km from Paris in the new city of Sénart along departmental highway 306. It is serviced by a well-developed transportation network: the regional train RER D and three freeways (A6 to Evry or A4 to Lognes, then Francilienne, or direct access via A5).
Shopper Trafic/Catchment Area
Catchment area: 657 000 people from the surrounding area.
Features mall architecture
In a high-quality landscaped environment designed by the Neveux-Royer team, the architectural firm CVZ designed an open air shopping center that is conducive to family outings combining shopping, leisure and walking.
The various spaces—pavilions, kiosks and shops—are
structured harmoniously within a carefully crafted environment around squares and streets. Avoiding a density effect, Maisonément stands out from the more traditional shopping centers, blending architectural finesse and modernity into a landscaped approach that offers visitors a tranquil setting.
In keeping with this aim, enclosures are made of stone, the traffic routes are partly paved, and individual buildings are low, can be modulated, were constructed using light and natural materials, and are clad in wood and planted walls .
The construction work took 14 months to complete and was carried out in compliance with green building principles. The creation of Maisonément is fully aligned with the broader environmental quality approach conducted by the city of Sénart.
There is also covered parking for bicycles, reserved slots and special access ways for people with reduced mobility, four stations for charging electrical vehicle batteries, and systems for recovering rainwater. A study is under way to equip the roofs of the buildings with photovoltaic cells.
63.5 million euros