Adoma: 92 social housing units for young workers in Paris

On 15 April Adoma inaugurated its Michel Bizot social residence in Paris, which offers 92 furnished and equipped one-room apartments for young workers. The residence completes the integration by housing measure and meets the needs of a young workers public not able to access housing in the standard housing stock.

Property & housingMedical-social sector and solidarity
21April2016

Façade de la résidence Michel Bizot et logo Adoma
Originally, the residence was a La Poste hostel, which Adoma acquired and completely renovated. The 7 floor building, with a preserved façade dating from the 1900s, offers 92 studio apartments of an area of 13 to 21m2, all furnished and equipped with kitchenettes and shower rooms. The residents also have access to service-spaces (activities room, bike shelter, selective sorting area).
 

Subsidised via APL*, the homes are subject to a fee including rent, bills (electricity, heating, water) and services (furniture, maintenance, bedding). Each month, the resident pays off an outstanding amount according to their means and their family situation. The social residence is designed to temporarily house, as a priority, young working people between 18 and 35 years old, starting their professional lives (young workers, those in training, those suffering a family break up, job seekers). The local support offered by Adoma is directed towards independence and moving out to a permanent home (access to rights, administrative aid, fitness trail, etc.)

The renovation operation, with a total cost of €11,297,793 was possible thanks to the financial support of the partners: the French state, Caisse des Dépôts, the Ile-de-France Regional Council, the City of Paris, Action Logement and Adoma’s equity.

 

*Personalised housing aid

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