Pantin had for a long time turned its back on the Canal de l'Ourcq. Today, the Ourcq district, which stretches to Porte de Pantin is now a key strategic hub. Newly built accommodation and many companies have settled here not forgetting its intense cultural activities.
These formerly industrial suburbs, the town hall district and the banks of Canal de l'Ourcq now play a significant role as a business creative quarter. The new standard of this territory now attracts artists and business professionals. Many industrial buildings, companies and warehouses which were built along Canal de l'Ourcq have been reconverted. One big advantage this quarter has is its accessibility on the Parisian public transport, metro line 5, RER line E at Pantin station, several bus lines and a tramway nearby.
Louvre Museum: 33 minutes by metro
Cathedral Notre Dame: 25 minutes metro, RER
Roissy CDG international airport : 43 minutes metro, RER
Parc de la Villette and Philharmonie : 10 minutes on foot
Saint-Ouen Flea market : 27 minutes by tramway or bus
Paris Nord station : 20 minutes by metro
Saint Lazare station : 24 minutes by RER
The banks along the canal in Pantin are reconfigured with paths for joggers or cycling tracks for cyclists.
The municipal pool with its pared-down style of the thirties is located less than 5 minutes from Canal de l'Ourcq. The banks of Canal de l'Ourcq is the playground for many urban street artists.
The canal – Mairie de Pantin neighborhood is easily accessible via public transports. The RER E Pantin, Delphine Seyrig station (tramway T3b) and Hoche station (subway - Line 5) enable you to access to the Hermès workshops and to the Olympe de Gouges square where the food market is held three times a week.