What is a business district?

According to INSEE, the business district is defined by an integrated set of built elements, collective spaces and infrastructures brought together within the same territory, which contribute to its unity and to the conditions of its resilience and of its user-friendliness. It includes buildings for various uses, most of which are office buildings, with significant inflows and outflows of people and services. Main characteristics: a share of office buildings (in total area) greater than 50% of the entire building environment, a footprint of office buildings exceeding 50% of the area of ​​the district and having at least 200,000m² in area of floor the presence of business equipment or services such as hotel or business catering, meeting or convention centers, very high speed information and communication networks a share of employees higher than that of other categories of interested parties (residents, visitors or buyers frequenting the business district). NF P14-010-1 of February 2013. According to Vincent Triponel, in the Letter from Strasbourg Place Financière, the vision of the business district does not relate only to its density and diversity. As a factor of attractiveness of a territory, the business district must be able to generate a desire for establishment. A visible tertiary operation that will offer a range that will differentiate existing tertiary parks or an impoverished city center offer, by offering architectural and urban creativity. visitors or buyers frequenting the business district). NF P14-010-1 of February 2013. According to Vincent Triponel, in the Letter from Strasbourg Place Financière, the vision of the business district does not relate only to its density and diversity. As a factor of attractiveness of a territory, the business district must be able to generate a desire for establishment. A visible tertiary operation that will offer a range that will differentiate existing tertiary parks or an impoverished city center offer, by offering architectural and urban creativity. visitors or buyers frequenting the business district). NF P14-010-1 of February 2013. According to Vincent Triponel, in the Letter from Strasbourg Place Financière, the vision of the business district does not relate only to its density and diversity. As a factor of attractiveness of a territory, the business district must be able to generate a desire for establishment. A visible tertiary operation that will offer a range that will differentiate existing tertiary parks or an impoverished city center offer, by offering architectural and urban creativity. the business district must be able to generate a desire to locate. A visible tertiary operation that will offer a range that will differentiate existing tertiary parks or an impoverished city center offer, by offering architectural and urban creativity. the business district must be able to generate a desire to locate. A visible tertiary operation that will offer a range that will differentiate existing tertiary parks or an impoverished city center offer, by offering architectural and urban creativity.