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Joia Méridia futuristic city project in Nice

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Located in the heart of the Nice Éco Valley technopole, the impressive urban project Joia Méridia appears. A new take on modern Riviera architecture to complement historic Nice. A new way of living and working, on a total area of ​​73,492 m2.

Joia Méridia is installed on 24 hectares of land in a former industrial estate (ZAC). The ZAC Nice Méridia follows the A8 motorway when you go to Nice airport. This ZAC is a priority project for the city and covers an area of ​​200 hectares. The project is located between Cours de l’Université, Avenue Simone Weil and Cours Robini. This last avenue will receive the extension of the tram line that will lead to the stadium, which is expected to come into use in 2020.

Joia Méridia futuristic city project in Nice

We are offering new apartments in Joia, Nice in an eye-catching building in which many international architects have worked. On the project management side, the project is then coordinated by architect Lambert Lénack. The different buildings were entrusted to different architects including the Japanese Sou Fujimoto, the Italian Cino Zucchi, and the French architect Laisné Roussel.

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The urban project will have 800 homes of a total of 51,300 m2. There will be different typologies and ranges of housing: luxury apartments for sale, but also social housing and controlled free housing/reception. In short, a reflection of today’s society. From a service point of view, Joia Méridia will offer 6,100 m2 (for comparison: the Carrefour Nice Lingostière hypermarket is 14,809 m2), 5,000 m2 for the Cité du Bien-être designed by Laisné-Roussel, 2,850 m2 of offices and services and finally 1,220 private and public parking spaces.

Joia Méridia futuristic city project in Nice

During the press conference, Christian Estrosi (Mayor of Nice, Chairman of the Metropolis, Chairman of the Deputy Chairman of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region and Chairman of the Board of Directors of EPA NICE ÉCOVALLÉE: “I wanted this new district would become a real place of life, constantly animated, in contrast to the usual peripheral districts. Joia Meridia responds to this wish, following the traditional Mediterranean city. Thoughtful urban planning, state-of-the-art architecture and sublimated landscapes play their full role for a restored quality of life. ” The speech was completed by Olivier Sassi, General Manager of the EPA NICE ECOVALLÉE: “

Joia Méridia embodies the EPA’s ambition to conform to the predominant criteria of sustainability, innovation, landscape integration and high architectural quality. This district is a renewed invitation to a Riviera lifestyle ”. From an urban point of view, the project has three squares, each delimited with a different architecture. Place Méridia occupies a unique place in the project, located in the centre, it is intended to be on a human scale with buildings of 7 to 8 levels to delimit it.

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Joia Méridia architects applied the concept of translucent minerality. In fact, it is to follow three principles: the first is the art of Mediterranean building, the second of creating a way of life in contact with the climate, the last will be to give a light identity by heights treatment. The roofs of levels R + 6, R + 7, R + 8 and R + 9 are treated with its vegetated soils. These gardens will support the agricultural character of the Plaine du Var. The roofs of the top floors in Nice Cote d’Azur will be covered with photovoltaic panels.

Sou Fujimoto’s tower is characterized by the depth and sensuality of its curves. The balconies are filled with vegetation and are intended to provide freshness to the residents. We will appreciate the smoothness of the balconies, but also the openings that let in natural light. The volume was dimensioned in echoes of Ateliers Jean Nouvel’s Pléiade building.

Joia Méridia futuristic city project in Nice

Technical and ecological masterpiece From a technical point of view, a geothermal power plant will heat the entire macro lot. Thermal needs management will be managed by a dedicated variable flow distribution network. The advantage of managing multiple buildings with different functions makes it possible to transfer heat, so we can use the heat built up in offices to return it to homes in the evening. All these measures fit into a Smart-Grid Ready approach. With regard to housing, it should be noted that 70% of them are crosswise or bi-oriented. Most of the concrete used for the construction is light concrete (low carbon concrete), the joinery is wood or aluminium wood with stone baseboards.

An artistic touch

German artist Carsten will build some great artistic work with a budget of 1% of the cost of the work. This intervention aims to create a symbolic link between the miraculous and the residents of the neighbourhood. An artist collective led by Eric Mangion has been invited to design a participatory work for the duration of the project. Would you like to live in a sensational building in a new dynamic area of ​​Nice Cote d’Azur? Then contact us to find new apartments in the Joia district in Nice. You can also contact us via the form.

 

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Ab Kuijer

Experienced communicator and marketeer. Former radio, TV and advertising producer in Amsterdam. Author of ‘Think Small, Grow Big’ that explains why advertising is dead. Owner of an international marketing agency specialised in real estate. Lives in the South of France since 2006 for obvious reasons: sun, sea, wine and healthy food. Became on the Cote d'Azur the first Dutch President of the British Chamber of Commerce, later rebranded the Riviera Business Club. Happily married to Jojo. Ab reads and writes 2000 words per day about different topics.Living on the Côte d'Azur is the first real estate portal with a personal service. A daily fresh collection of more than 1400 high-value luxury properties and new construction projects along the French Riviera; from Menton to Saint Tropez. Clients recommend us for being responsive, professional, honest and accurate.With local multi-lingual teams, Living on the Côte d'Azur provides a 'Good old Dutch' Service for foreign buyers, helping them on the journey from a long-list selection towards visiting the short-list. We explain how French real estate law works, and guide the buyers through the impressive French paperwork and are finally present at the notary for the final deed.