Le Havre (France): the grand dock redevelopment enters a new phase

 Port city interface 

At the interface between the port and the City with its Unesco listed heritage, the nine-hectare Quai de Southampton dock was redeveloped and opened to the public in the summer of 2019. The site has now become a popular promenade and leisure area, while also offering a good introduction to the port itself, as it now houses Le Havre’s Port Center. The second phase of the project was recently launched, and will see the grand dock extended from the MuMa museum of modern art to the marina. By the summer of 2022, there will be nearly 4 kilometres of promenade and sites for local residents and tourists (particularly cruise passengers) to discover.

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