Muse is the name of a large multipurpose project in the centre of Metz in northeastern France. It is the largest uninterrupted property development ever built in this part of the country.
Located next to the famous Centre Pompidou-Metz museum and the high-speed railway station, the ambitious 160,000 sq. metre complex will accommodate a shopping centre, office space, 400 housing units and 1,235 parking spaces.
GTM Hallé, a VINCI Construction France subsidiary, is the single builder of the project, which will accommodate the car parks and 113 shops over 120,000 sq. metres of floor area on four levels. Designed by architect Jean-Paul Viguier, it is scheduled to open to the public in October 2017. As part of the same project, Adim Est, another VINCI Construction France subsidiary, is developing 49 apartments and six single-family houses for social housing authority Metz Habitat Territoire.