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CNIT is an emblematic building designed by architects Robert Camelot, Jean de Mailly and Bernard Zehrfuss, all three winners of the Prix de Rome in 1958. CNIT was the building that launched the construction of the largest purpose-built business district in Europe—La Défense. Completely multifunctional, the building houses 37,100 sqm of office space, a large retail and catering offer, a 30,000 sqm convention space and a 153-room Hilton Hotel. Its strategic location offers its occupants direct access to all public transportation and La Défense’s ring road.

Key Information

Floor space

37,100 sqm

Total floor space

Acquisition

1999

Year of acquisition

Parking spaces

1,110

Parking spaces

Contact

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Solène Poisson Leasing Contact