In the center of Paris
Open every day
Even on Sundays
PUrE PARISIAN CHIC
A resolutely contemporary Parisian address, Beaugrenelle Paris has been an absolute must for shopping in Paris ever since it opened in 2013. Situated on the banks of the Seine, a stone’s throw from the Eiffel Tower, Beaugrenelle is home to 120 shops and restaurants spread over 50,000m2.
Beaugrenelle Paris has become a showcase for a collection of specialist Parisian and international brands. The spirit of this place and its environment have attracted prestigious brands such as Guerlain, Ladurée Picnic, Silvera, etc., easy-chic brands like Ba&sh, Maje, Sandro, Zadig & Voltaire, etc, and leading high street chains such as Fnac, Hollister, H&M, Uniqlo, Zara, etc.
Although fashion is at our heart, entertainment has not been forgotten. A fantastic multiplex Pathé cinema with 10 screens and an area with 20 restaurants and eateries offer visitors plenty of options for going out.
Unique AND ElEgant
Overlooking the Seine, and a window on the 15th arrondissement, Beaugrenelle’s architecture creates a soaring, light-filled building. Blending edginess with Parisian chic, Beaugrenelle emphatically embraces the creative, and so invites many artists to express themselves with unique artworks such as Xavier Veilhan’s Grand Mobile, cinema auditoriums designed by Ora-ïto and the Eclectic restaurant designed by Tom Dixon.
Outside, the rounded lines and metallic latticework enclosing the walkways impart sensuality and femininity, while blending perfectly with the design
of the neighbouring towers. Inside, glass facades and atriums convey a feeling of verticality, space and lightness.
By letting in the natural light, the glass brings life to this exceptional place.
To ensure Beaugrenelle is perfectly integrated in its environment, and to offer a pleasant setting to residents nearby, a green roof of almost 7,000m² has been created - the largest in Paris!
Beaugrenelle’s roof is home to many regional plants, and now to six beehives. Campanula, artemisia, euphorbia, sage and santolina make their seasonal appearances in a living tableau of constantly changing colours, and this biodiversity provides a rich environment perfect for producing honey.