• "EIFFEL O2" - 5 200 M² - 92130 MONTROUGE
  • LE PLESSIS-ROBINSON – 16 597 m²
  • CAMPUS EFFISCIENCE - 14 763 m² - 14000 CAEN
  • "TOPAZ" - 14 106 M² - 78640 VELIZY
  • "CITY ZEN" - 6 829 M² - 92500 RUEIL MALMAISON
  • "BERLIOZ" - 6 222 m² - 78280 GUYANCOURT
  • "DOMINO" - 12 341 M² - 75019 PARIS PORTE DES LILAS
  • "LINÉA" - 15 764 m² - 92800 PUTEAUX
  • "CHAMPIGNY" - 14 153 m² - 94500 CHAMPIGNY-SUR-MARNE



The Eiffel campus Massy in development further to the existing 17,000 m² office building


Strategic aim and growth axis

Société de la Tour Eiffel is now built on a pure real estate player model based on long-term assets holding, backed by a reference institutional investor (SMABTP) and equipped with a team experienced both in asset management and development.

The strategic aim consists in increasing the portfolio in value from € 715m at year end 2014 to € 1.5 bn in the next coming years with a debt ratio of around 40%.

Three growth axes :

  1. The acquisition of office properties

    Investments targeted on assets always located on sites capable of creating value, mainly on the Greater Paris poles well connected in terms of transportation

    • secured properties, i.e. with quality tenants, long leases and a regular income flow
    • or properties with a potential of greater value
  2. Office development
    Mainly by organic growth, i.e. developing land reserves existing on the portfolio in partnership with local and regional authorities:
    • Potential of 60,000 m² in Massy, equipped with a long distance fast train station and express underground suburban lines on the territory of the Greater Paris. A planning permission has been obtained for 33,000 m² and a project of campus with buildings between 3 to 5,000 m² is under review
    • Potential of 80,000 m² in Orsay in the Saclay area, a development pole aimed at connecting university, research institutes and leading companies (Greater Paris underground in 2024)

    Buildings construction will also be made  on land to be acquired in the Greater Paris development poles (notably in the 92 department with the schedules arrival of the underground). All developments to be certified.

  3. External growth
    By review of opportunities of acquiring assets portfolio or companies as long as these are coherent and suited to the growth strategy