Well, Grand Paris makes the French capital even more attractive. At the gates of Paris, ambitious projects have been emerging and revolutionizing the daily lives of its inhabitants and tourists. Among these projects, we have Paddock, a colossal project said to cover 21,000sqm in Romainville near the Canal de l’Ourcq. After waiting for quite a long time, we finally have an opening date:.
But what is Paddock? It’s the upcoming and giant outlet, a true place of life devoted to fashion, as well as arts and where you can enjoy large food areas. It settles where there used to be former stables of Paris.
All in all 123 brands expect you. Fashion, home, food and even a personal care product store, all you need to shop without breaking the bank, with discounts starting from 30% off of the original price.
Behind the project, we have groupe Fiminco aiming at making this place both modern, pleasant and eco-friendly, directly inspired by Brooklyn. An outlet 2.0 that should completely embody the soul of this new 19th arrondissement, both chic and popular.
What should we be expecting? Well: the biggest outlet store in France, Adidas, Galeries Lafayette Outlet said to cover 1200sqm, about a dozen bars and restaurant to make us travel all over the world thanks to the 800sqm Food Hall said to house dozens of bars and restaurants to make us travel all over the world. You can even expects the biggest art center in Europe! The icing on the cake being that this brand village is accessible via the metro: it will be set a few meters from the Bobigny-Pantin station.
60 Avenue Gaston Roussel
Métro Bobigny-Pantin Raymond Queneau (ligne 5)