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Bd Vincent Gâche, Nantes, 11262

Our ref: # 4129

A 20th century business centre bathed in natural light; this office space in Bd Vincent Gâche, Nantes offers private suites looking out onto a central landscaped courtyard. The property boas...

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Rue Crucy, Nantes, 11005

Our ref: # 3948

A contemporary business centre with an angular glass and stone exterior; this office space in Rue Crucy is strategically located in the heart of Nantes, beside the famous Loire River and the...

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Avenue Carnot, Nantes, 11017

Our ref: # 13157

A modern business centre boasting ample natural light and excellent IT infrastructure; this office space in Avenue Carnot, Nantes boasts a fully equipped array of services with interiors aff...

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Mail Pablo Picasso, Nantes, 11000

Our ref: # 13428

A contemporary and highly stylised business centre at the very heart of the city's emerging European and international business district, Euronantes; this office space in Mail Pablo Picasso,...

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Avenue des Amethystes, Nantes, 11388

Our ref: # 13159

A modernist, low-rise business centre with glass façade affording ample natural light throughout the property; this office space in Avenue des Amethystes, Nantes, set in idyllic green open s...

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Area Information

Nantes is a city in the Loire-Atlantique département, of the Pays de la Loire region. In western France, Nantes is situated at the head of the estuary of the Loire River, where it is joined by the Erdre and the Sèvre rivers. This city is 35 miles (56 km) from the sea, and is just southwest of Paris.

Business Information

In Nantes, the traditional industries such as food processing, engineering, and the manufacture of components for the aeronautical industry, remain important. However the economy of the area has grown increasingly focused on fields such as biotechnology. A large scientific park designed to foster these activities has become the home of many industrial and services firms, such as Hexcel – manufacturing, Vorwerk, and Accenture. Nantes has worked to revitalize the city from industrial suburbs to places tourists and companies would enjoy. An example of that revitalization is the compound, Le Lieu Unique, at 2 rue de la Biscuiterie. This former biscuit factory has been converted into a venue for art exhibitions, a restaurant, a bar/cafe, and fashionable shops. There are many renovated areas that have executive office space.

Entertainment And Dining Out

The Musée des Beaux-Arts has one of the most important and varied collections of paintings in France. It is a must see while you are in the area. For dining, L’Atlantide is a restaurant offering astounding panoramic views over the city landscape, while serving some of the finest cuisine in the area.

Transport Information

To get to Nantes, Aéroport Nantes-Atlantique is 12km (7 1/2 miles) southeast of town. Air France offers daily flights from Paris. A shuttle bus between the airport and the Nantes train station takes 25 minutes. A taxi from the airport takes about 15 minutes. The TGV fast train from Paris’s Gare Montparnasse takes about 2 to 2 1/2 hours. Nantes’s Gare SNCF is a 5-minute walk from the town centre. If you’re driving to Nantes, take A11 for 385km (239 miles) west of Paris. The trip takes about 3 hours.

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