5 reasons to implement a business in Val d’Europe

13 May 2016

Val d’Europe, with its dynamism, is one of the main economic centers of eastern Paris.
Developed by Real Estate Development by Euro Disney since 1987, Val d’Europe has many major advantages for a company wanting to set up in Ile-de-France.

Val d’Europe is a hub
With the TGV station Marne-la-Vallée Chessy, Val d’Europe has the first TGV interconnection station in France with almost 100 trains per day and nearly 4 million travelers.
Two RER stations (“Val d’Europe” and “Marne-la-Vallée Chessy”) are on line A which connects the pole to Paris in half an hour with a train every 10 minutes (with the objective of 3 min for 2022).
8 minutes from Roissy CDG Airport with TGV connections, it also allows quick access to many international destinations.

Val d’Europe is attractive
The overall cost of implementing a company in Val d’Europe is one of the most interesting of the Île-de-France. Indeed, taxation is attractive: Lowest transportation payment of Île-de-France (1.4%), and law tax on business (4.7%) *.
New programs consolidate the office supply in 2016:
Greenwich will be inaugurated in June 2016 with 11,000 m² of offices and 2,200 m² of shops in office building ground floors.
Vega will be inaugurated in the second half of 2016 and will offer 5300 m² of offices.
The first tranche of the business park of Spirit will complement the business park of Val d’Europe.
Val d’Europe provides a complete range of offices, business premises and land of all sizes right next to the RER station or in a landscaped business park with direct access to the A4 highway.

Val d’Europe is a spot
With a commercial offer draining every year millions of visitors to the territory, Disneyland Paris is the first tourist destination in Europe:
16 million visitors to the shopping center Val d’Europe
6.3 million visitors to La Vallée Village
14.8 million visitors in 2015

Val d’Europe is a choice of quality of life
Val d’Europe boasts a new lifestyle combining the pleasures of nature with the bustle of urban life, with a huge pool of activities and entertainment. There are many green and wooded areas alongside homes and businesses. The territory won today all occupational categories and offers a balanced offer between housing and jobs to the vitality of the territory.

Val d’Europe is the future
Val d’Europe benefits from an incomparable visibility in the long term: 60 000 residents and 60 000 jobs for 2030.
Between 2005 and 2015, Val d’Europe featured 4400 establishments including 2200 market establishments. For the next 10 years, the area will continue its development with private investment up to 2.8 billion euros and 280 million euros of public investment. 150,000 m² of ac

*Sources KPMG

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