The former stable building of La Briche is situated along the Canal Saint-Denis, on the public river domain, in Saint-Denis, upstream from the confluence of the canal and the Seine. The Briche lock site is immediately downstream from the Briche basin, the last widening of the canal Saint-Denis before its outlet into the Seine. It is located right next to the "NEAUCITE" eco-district, currently undergoing redevelopment.
Besides very good availability of public transportation, with Saint-Denis train station accessible via the banks of the canal, this building is set in a remarkable site at the confluence of two waterways and adjacent to a large-scale urban redevelopment project that is striving to be exemplary in terms of urban metabolism. The 6B, a space for artistic creation and diffusion, is also nearby.
*perimeter and area given as a guide only
The building of the former Briche stables is located close to the lock of the same name, providing a view of the lock machinery and the coming and going of small boats for logistics business or leisure purposes. This site is inherently linked to the history of the lock’s mechanisation, and is located right by the canal, which provides it with an exceptional landscape setting. It is near 6B, a centre for artistic creativity and distribution. The site is in an environment undergoing many changes with a development project that offers new opportunities.