Jean Nouvel introduces Jeuneville, a sustainable neighborhood in Paris, set to be completed by 2025. Nouvel's vertical neighborhood reinvents Parisian life through its low carbon footprint design, while responding to the issue of urban sprawl. Jeuneville's sustainable neighborhood will feature 100,000 square meters of workspace geared towards the creation and tech start-up companies, and 30,000 square meters of sustainable public green space. Jeuneville expects to employ 6,000 people, and house 1,500.
Jeuneville's sustainable neighborhood is designed to focus on its dwellers' well-being by creating an encompassing space to live, work, produce, and vacation. With its anticipated state-of-the-art technology, Jeuneville's sustainable office spaces are transformable to accommodate future businesses. Residence of Jeuneville's sustainable neighborhood will have access to many communal spaces to establish a community environment.
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