Four development zones are identified. The first, rue Delaunoy, relates to the store whose plans that have already been drawn up by Lidl. On the ground floor, in the heart of the block, the car park for customers is also well advanced. However, this second zone will be enlarged and made private on the first floor to accommodate the residents' vehicles. These parking spaces have the advantage of being directly connected to the housing by a system of corridors and pathways crossing a green roof laid out by a landscape architect.
The former industrial building on rue Ransfort, the third development zone, will undergo a major space transformation to allow the creation of 6 apartments, measuring 65 to 83 m2, spread over two floors. On the first floor, the tenants will enjoy a small, well arranged garden and on the second floor, a nice terrace. Finally, the last building, on rue de l'Indépendance, has a period red-brick façade that must be preserved. This technical constraint will push the architects to design 15 apartments with 1 to 3 rooms on 4 floors.