A different way of living and working at Domaine de Labourdonnais

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Quartier des Serres, a prime hub for business and lifestyle is now a reality. This commercial and office space, tucked away in a nest of greenery in the heart of the Domaine de Labourdonnais, is indeed the latest large-scale project of the Domaine de Labourdonnais Ltée (DDL) group.

Launched on the 12th of October, Quartier des Serres features the restaurant La Terrasse, the delicatessen La Corbeille, a gym, offices, a coworking space, a hall dedicated to cultural events, a fish market, two art galleries, a stationery shop and various other outlets.

Domaine de Labourdonnais is a historical place, which over time has become a diversified venture with several activities revolving around its exceptional natural and cultural heritage. It is invested in five core activities including leisure, sports and wellness, agriculture, processing, real estate and commercial activities.

Investment of Rs 380M

"We are proud to have been able to complete this ambitious project in these uncertain times. An amount of more than Rs 380 million has been invested to create this atypical place, in the middle of a unique vegetal environment. Thanks to this project, about a hundred direct and indirect jobs have been created," says Jean François Lagesse, Managing Director of DDL.

This project, which respects the DNA of the Domaine, bears the signature of the architect Jean Philippe Piat and the landscape architect Laurence Aurejac. It is in line with DDL’s corporate philosophy, which places particular importance on the environment.

Various energy-saving and renewable energy-friendly measures have been implemented at Quartier des Serres. In parallel to the intelligent landscape development that has been privileged, wastewater is treated and used for the irrigation of the sugarcane plantations, in order to minimise water consumption.

Quartier des Serres also participates in selective sorting and recycling of used oil.