Last Wednesday, Crédit Agricole Immobilier, Linkcity and Valloire Habitat symbolically planted a tree on block A2 of the La Guignardière eco-district, in the presence of Christian Gatard, Mayor of Chambray-lès-Tours. This building complex will house a residential residence and a social intergenerational residence.
Located on a plateau at the northwestern end of the town, the site of the Guignardière eco-district, supported and developed by the town of Chambray-lès-Tours, will eventually accommodate 600 housing units over 23 hectares. The city, accompanied by a project team integrating the architect-urban planner Jean-Yves Barrier, organized the eco-district around a central landscaped area which makes it possible to connect the existing wooded areas nearby.
The realization of this project contributes to the diversification of the housing offer, while integrating perfectly into the natural and preserved environment. With an architecture with a sleek and modern design, the AUA architects Paul Chemetov and Ronald Sirio designed this first section on a human scale facing outwards with generous spaces.