BNP Paribas group’s built heritage is notable for its history, its architecture and its foothold in the city. This housing stock is composed of buildings erected by the bank for its activities, but also of family home or industrial premises reconverted into branches, business centers or tertiary offices hosting central functions and transaction processing departements.
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Historic head office of BNP Paribas Fortis, the 20 rue Royale building is located near Palais Royal and Parliament
Built in 1779 and located in the historic centre of Brussels,the Ducale House is mainly used for elegant entertaining today.
Inaugurated in 1928, this building located in Alsancak district in Izmir, was built by the Istanbulite Levantine Italian architect Giulio Mongeri.
In Paris and its area
Monumental icon of the industrial heritage of north-eastern Paris, this site is dedicated to BNP Paribas securities services activities.
Located on the Boulevard des Italiens in Paris, this building is notable for its neo-Renaissance decor.
Occupied by the MacDonald warehouse from 1970 to 2006, this premises has hosted BNP Paribas French Retail banking staff since 2015.
This amazing site dated from the 17th century hosts BNP Paribas’ Campus.
Inaugurated in 1932, this Art Deco premises was and built by Charles Lemaresquier et Victor Laloux.
Notable for its eclectic decor, this building is emblematic of the 19th century banking architecture.
L’hôtel de Mondragon, decision-making centre of BNP Paribas, hosted the wedding of Napoleon Bonaparte & Joséphine.
In region, in France
The presence of BNP Paribas in the heart of Lyon (France) dated back from 1916.
This emblematic building of Nice landscape (France) was acquired in 1920 by a BNP Paribas forerunner.
This Art Nouveau-inspired building located in Nancy (France) was built between 1908 and 1910 for a BNP Paribas forerunner.
BNP Paribas has been present at this prestigious address of Aix-en-Provence (France) for over 110 years.
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