Apur'Café #15 : How shops and services evolved between 2017 and 2020

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On the 8th April, Apur presented its report on the detailed study of how shops and services in Paris evolved between 2017 and 2020, a study carried out in partnership with the City of Paris and the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

This census has been taken every three years since 2000 and makes it possible to understand the long-term trends among Parisian commercial activities and to monitor changes on a fine scale, that of districts, streets, even down to an address.

For the past 20 years, these surveys have also served as key reference elements for public action implemented to support the Parisian commercial fabric.
 

Apur'Café #15 : L’évolution des commerces à Paris entre 2017 et 2020

With contributions by:

  • Stéphanie Jankel, Study Director, urbanist
  • François Mohrt, Projet Manager, urbanist
  • Bruno Bouvier, Study Researcher, urbanist

Study carried out by:

  • Stéphanie Jankel, Study Director, urbanist 
  • François Mohrt, Projet Manager, urbanist
  • Bruno Bouvier, Study Researcher, urbanist
  • Gustavo Vela-Barron, IT specialist- cartographer
  • Anne Servais, cartographer

Resources

Documents to download

  • Webinar

    Presentation of the webconférence #15 : How shops and services evolved between 2017 and 2020

    Format : pdf, 16.82 MB
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  • Study

    2020 Inventory of commercial outlets in Paris and how they evolved from 2017 to 2020

    Format : pdf, 100.19 MB
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  • Document

    Provisional program of web conferences - Part 5

    Format : pdf, 205.1 KB
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