About us

Paris Habitat, a social landlord committed to serving residents and local territories
The Paris Habitat Group is present in 54 municipalities across the central and extended Paris metropolitan area, housing 286 991 residents and managing a stock of 125 663 housing units. This makes it a major social housing actor in this area.

Paris Habitat is committed to its work as a social landlord, taking action on a daily basis to serve tenants, meet their expectations and offer them peaceful living conditions. Facing social and ecological issues on a territorial level is at the heart of what we do.
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Providing housing for all

To carry out our mission and meet the needs of local residents, we provide a full range of social and intermediate housing for persons from all backgrounds, including those in vulnerable situations, as well as low-income households. We also provide housing for students, young workers and migrant workers, in particular through collective housing.


This diversified offer favours social diversity and supports access to housing options for our tenants.

Paris Habitat Group:

125 414 social housing units across 54 municipalities

3 727 logements units allocated each year, including almost 1 079 tenancy transfers

Housing for 1 in 9 Parisians

4 384 shops

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Construction, maintenance, rehabilitation and innovation

In order to respond to growing demand and offer affordable housing for all, we are continuing to develop our property portfolio.

For us, a commitment to developing new housing options goes hand in hand with ensuring the functional quality of the buildings we provide, as well as decent living conditions for tenants.

In parallel, we are developing an ambitious strategy to support the rehabilitation of our properties. Indeed, in line with our 2019-2028 strategic property plan, nearly 27 000 HBM housing units (low-cost housing units) will be subject to improvements, and 13 500 of them will undergo heavy renovation work.

The projects we lead are integrally assessed to ensure they also address the climate emergency and contribute to an improved quality of life, an enhanced comfort of living, and an increased attractiveness in terms of the area design around the entrances to our buildings.

This strategy is enacted with strong social input on the part of our tenants who are consulted upstream in the process. Reflection on a neighborhood level is also taken into account around the urban transformation our projects imply.

Aside from these broad scale projects, the daily upkeep of our properties is also one of our core priorities. We attach particular importance to the renewal and modernisation of the technical equipment we provide (boilers, heaters, lifts…).

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Construction, maintenance, rehabilitation and innovation

In order to respond to growing demand and offer affordable housing for all, we are continuing to develop our property portfolio.

For us, a commitment to developing new housing options goes hand in hand with ensuring the functional quality of the buildings we provide, as well as decent living conditions for tenants.

In parallel, we are developing an ambitious strategy to support the rehabilitation of our properties. Indeed, in line with our 2019-2028 strategic property plan, nearly 27 000 HBM housing units (low-cost housing units) will be subject to improvements, and 13 500 of them will undergo heavy renovation work.

The projects we lead are integrally assessed to ensure they also address the climate emergency and contribute to an improved quality of life, an enhanced comfort of living, and an increased attractiveness in terms of the area design around the entrances to our buildings.

This strategy is enacted with strong social input on the part of our tenants who are consulted upstream in the process. Reflection on a neighborhood level is also taken into account around the urban transformation our projects imply.

Aside from these broad scale projects, the daily upkeep of our properties is also one of our core priorities. We attach particular importance to the renewal and modernisation of the technical equipment we provide (boilers, heaters, lifts…).

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Paris Habitat, leading change on how things are done

Paris Habitat supports the vision of a carbon neutral city, so all of its projects take heed of the climate emergency and support the diversification of production methods through innovative solutions.

We give precedence to bio-sourced materials, favour dry construction and support the development of the recycled materials sector to encourage sustainable purchasing and circular flows of materials. We also transform disused sites (offices, garages, former military barracks) into new housing units, using innovative processes.

Supporting tenants and meeting their expectations

As it is important to us to meet our tenants’ expectations, quality of service is one of our main concerns.

We rely on a unique network of 2 761 collaborateurs, in offices located in 6 territorial headquarters, 22 agencies and 1100 building manager lodges, so that we remain in close contact with tenants. We don’t consider residents to be mere «tenants», we also rely on their expertise to develop projects which correspond to their needs.

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Providing ongoing support for tenants throughout their housing journey with us, is also at the heart of what we do, especially when it comes to the most vulnerable people. For example, we set up individual social schemes and access to services so that our seniors and handicapped tenants are able to continue living at home.

We are committed to ensuring our tenants are able to contribute to the decisions which will improve their living conditions. Paris Habitat has made sure this approach is rooted in its objectives. A living example of this is the participatory budget we put together with the City of Paris. The goal of this initiative is to encourage discussion and pool ideas, all while giving tenants the opportunity to rethink their living spaces through projects which meet their expectations as primary users (shared gardens, play areas, bike sheds…).

Our follow-through on this topic has also led us to experiment new forms of dialogue in which our teams meet with, listen to and exchange with our tenants. The «Paris Habitat Live» events were thus launched so that our tenants could exchange with teams on the ground, especially those tenants who were not used to expressing themselves through existing communication pathways. These get-togethers bring us better knowledge of our tenants’ perceptions, both of their residences and of our actions on a local level. They also allow us to benefit from our tenants’ expertise as residents.

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Paris Habitat, a responsible social landlord

  • In 2016, Paris Habitat received the ISO 50001 environmental certification for its actions in favour of energy efficiency
  • A commitment on 9 specific sustainable development objectives (ODD) in the fields of urban planning and construction
  • 53 065 m² of built-up surfaces covered in vegetation
  • 107.7 Hectares of green spaces
  • Signatory of the « Paris Action Climat » charter
Paris Habitat, a responsible social landlord
  • In 2016, Paris Habitat received the ISO 50001 environmental certification for its actions in favour of energy efficiency
  • A commitment on 9 specific sustainable development objectives (ODD) in the fields of urban planning and construction
  • 53 065 m² of built-up surfaces covered in vegetation
  • 107.7 Hectares of green spaces
  • Signatory of the « Paris Action Climat » charter
 While remaining true to our values and our mission of general interest, we also go beyond our mission by imagining sustainable housing models which are innovative and steeped in solidarity 
Eric Pliez — président de Paris Habitat
2761
employees, 1131 are building managers or service staff
22
agencies and 6 territorial headquarters

Paris Habitat, a local actor serving local areas

Paris Habitat is an essential actor in the city. It is involved in sketching the outlines of our neighborhoods of today and of tomorrow, and it brings the city to life by creating local facilities, green spaces, sporting and cultural facilities, health facilities… The areas around our buildings are designed to help create dynamic neighborhoods and to provide services for tenants too. Indeed, Paris Habitat also owns almost 4400 shops.

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In addition, we own 42 500 car parks. The aim of this offering is to create easier access to parking spots for tenants, shopkeepers and other individuals travelling into Paris for work. Furthermore, it is a move to recapture areas within the city for public use. Finally, we are working towards converting some premises to benefit other forms of transport, such as bicycles, by providing secure spaces for bicycle parking.

Paris Habitat works with associations to extend its acts of solidarity by offering permanent housing to people who are socially or economically vulnerable through rental intermediation schemes. It also supports social insertion by setting up educational initiatives to benefit young people.

Paris Habitat is thus a global operator at the heart of the city, acting to serve all residents.

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Paris Habitat, Committed to the City, Social Housing and its Residents

We are developing an active and fruitful policy of international relationships with more than 40 other social housing partners in other francophone countries, different European capitals and Asia. Furthermore, Paris Habitat is a member of three international networks.

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Our subsidiaries

Paris Habitat is a key player in the city.

The Paris Habitat Group is comprised of two Social Housing Enterprises (ESH), Aximo and L’Habitation Confortable. Since the 15th of October 2020, Eric Pliez, the Mayor of the 20th district of Paris and CEO of Paris Habitat is also the President of these two subsidiaries.

Given the special areas of expertise of its subsidiaries and the Group development plan, the Paris Habitat Group is called upon to answer specific requests and needs in the field of social housing.

The activity of our group subsidiaries touches on numerous societal issues. Aximo is active in the development of and management of social housing units whereas L’Habitation Confortable is specialised in the management of collective housing (EHPA, EHPAD, social housing, Young Worker accommodation, student residences…).

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