Work has started on Halles 121 and 128 in the Cartoucherie eco-district in Toulouse. The gourmet hall should be open in spring 2023. The performance hall in fall 2023.
Work on the second section of the Toulouse eco-district of the Cartoucherie is in full swing, opposite the Zénith. The heart of this sector is in full transformation, between Jardin du Barry and the tram line, near the Casselardit or Cartoucherie stations. The historic Halls 121 and 128, which should accommodate some 13,000 m2 of activities by 2023, have started to evolve. Oppidea, the mixed-economy company, owner of the entire eco-district, sold the halls in July to Cosmopolis, a financial entity which relies in particular on the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations.
30 million euros
The restoration of Hall 121, the longest, began a few weeks ago. Spectacular work since the roofs of the hall began to be dismantled, as well as the walls. All that remains is the concrete structure of the whole which will be restored by the developer Redman on the plans (validated by the metropolitan town planning authorities) of Archi Chloé Bodart Construire and Oeco Architects. An investment estimated in total at 30 million euros. The gourmet hall, in hall 121, will be open for the first time, in spring 2023, with 25 restaurant stands. Coworking and sports spaces are also planned. The performance hall, a new building built between Hall 121 and the Zénith, will be delivered in the fall of 2023.
Hall 128 will house a cinema created by VO Cinéma, a Murétain partner of Cosmopolis: the permits have been filed and we are waiting more than the approval of town planning to start the work. All the halls have been recognized at national level as an emerging territorial center for economic cooperation (PTCE), in partnership with neighborhood associations.