Bouygues Immobilier designs living spaces that reflect the needs of users at all levels, whether in individual property developments, neighbourhoods or in entire cities. It listens to its customers and co-designs with them places where it is pleasant to live. 

Its role is to help local authorities to promote green spaces, build low-carbon projects and create property developments that introduce nature back into urban environments. Bouygues Immobilier creates spaces where people can live, work and meet by adopting more people-centric and sustainable methods. In other words, places designed for better living.

It is changing the way it conducts its business by factoring in more far-reaching and sustainable societal aspirations. Bouygues Immobilier aims to address key urban environmental and social concerns by maximising its positive impacts (urban regeneration and local employment) and minimising its negative ones (CO2 emissions, consumption of resources and effects on biodiversity).



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In 2022, Bouygues Immobilier launched Cœur de Vie, its new housing brand. This is a unique solution adapted to its customers’ expectations. Bouygues Immobilier has therefore reinvented its value proposition for all its housing projects designed as of 2022. Bouygues Immobilier also unveiled its garden concept, which started to be included in its projects from the design stage in 2022.
Bouygues Immobilier has launched Loji, its new range of modular loft apartments developed for easy adaptation to the diversity of city-dwellers’ lifestyles, e.g. young working people, families and pensioners!
The Coliving prototype (PolyRoom by Cutwork) won first prize in the interior and furniture design category at the 2022 Coliving Awards. The coliving solution is aimed at young professionals and offers flexible and immediate access to housing. The first development will open in Bordeaux, in the heart of the Chartrons district.
Bouygues Immobilier also launched “Nouveau Siècle”, a subsidiary specialising in the rehabilitation of listed buildings and sites.
The Lisière en Seine development, consisting of a complex of 65 housing units in the Luciline eco-neighbourhood in Rouen, supplemented by offices, shops and a restaurant, was awarded the “Pyramide Bâtiment Bas-Carbone” low-carbon building award as well as the “Grand Prix Régional” award in 2022. This project combines wood, concrete and bio-based materials, and comes with a community garden, a vegetable garden and beehives.
The Vitesco project in Toulouse has been awarded the “BBCA Réalisation” low-carbon building label at the Excellent level.

Sales € million

  • 2021: 2,116.00
  • 2022: 2,032.00

Current operating profit from activities (in million)

  • 2021: 43.00
  • 2022: 37.00

€ million at 31 December 2022

  • 2021:
    • Residential: 1.80
    • Commercial (office and retail): 0.20
  • 2022:
    • Residential: 1.60
    • Commercial (office and retail): 0.30

€ billion at 31 December 2022

  • 2021: 1.70
  • 2022: 1.40