February 1 2022
Located on the Seine, in front of Maisons Laffite and its hyppodrome, the Ile-de-France town of Cormeilles en Parisis will indeed be equipped with a marina of 150 to 200 moorings, located in the course of a brand-new district hosting 1,200 housing units - Seine Parisii - embellished with local shops and restaurants.
In other words, a new place to live in Ile-de-France, in a privileged environment, organized around boats, boating and water sports, which will welcome nearly 3000 inhabitants!
In concept, the port of Cormeilles en Parisis will be quite similar to that of Port Cergy (Cergy Pontoise), which was the very first marina in the Ile-de-France region, and will replace a hideous 22-hectare industrial wasteland, in this case a former cement plant of the Swiss group Holcim Lafarge, whose decrepit silos were destroyed two years ago.
The architect of the Port of Cormeille en Parisis is none other than Xavier Bohl, an adept of the concept of soft architecture, to whom we owe the Presqu'île de la Touque, in Deauville and the Marina de Pafos.
The marina in Cormeilles en Parisis will accommodate 150 berths, 80 inside the basin protected from the fluctuations of the Seine by a gate, and 70 along the quays of the Seine.
The project, carried out by Urbanera and Bouygues Immobilier, is worth nearly 20 million euros, including 5 million for the marina.