Grand Paris

Grand Paris Map

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Grand Paris in the time of the red. Modified from map by Superbenjamin, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons
  1. La Defense: The main business district of France, the place where all corporations aspire to be. A luxurious, metropolitan and stunning place, filled with high fashion, haute cuisine and immense arcologies. Home to the Eurobank headquarters, Asukaga & Finch, and Arasaka, many smaller corporations were attracted and expanded the size and significance of the area. Formed by the Courbevoie, La Garenne-Colombes, Nanterre, and Puteaux communes this is the top of the pyramid for European corpos.
  2. EuroBank headquarters: A modern, ecologically friendly campus in the heart of La Defense, the EuroBank headquarters reign over the rest of the financial district. With a tall and imposing skyscraper in the heart of the complex, standing 125 floors tall, surrounded by domed lush parklands, photocatalytic air purifying towers all around, and many shorter but no less striking buildings, the compound employs thousands of people.
  3. Arasaka European offices: A stylish yet traditional building, the European Arasaka offices are a sight to behold. Now nationalized and operated by a fund on behalf of the French government, Arasaka operations have not ceased, but are no longer managed by Saburo’s hand.
  4. Satoshi Advanced Systems: A young but extremely successful corporation, brainchild of Satoshi Dutoit, and the company trusted with the French Futarchy markets operation, their headquarters were built impressively fast and quickly became the second heart of La Defense. Now surrounded by hundreds of corporations, the area around the SAS head offices is dense and busy, and one of the youngest and poshest areas of Paris.
  5. A&F regional offices: A small regional office in a few floors on the top of a commercial building close to the Eurobank HQ with a beautiful view of the Eiffel tower. Luxurious, exclusive and secretive, they receive here their few and select fortunate clients.
  6. Biotechnica European offices: Pioneers of the Antony research park, the Biotechnica campus is an enormous and green research facility, which can only be described as a gigantic greenhouse expanding 100 hectares in the very core of the Antony city center. The facility where every scientist dreams of working, the Biotechnica offices are equipped with the latest technology and comfortable facilities where the scientific superstars leading the future of biotechnology can safely create the future.
  7. Zhirafa France: Located close to the Albert-Kahn museum, the Zhirafa French regional offices are housed in a modern and bright building. The headquarters also host a large showroom where the company exhibits their robot lines, particularly the combat ones which they hope to make the new industry go-to.
  8. Militech manufacturing, Paris: A weapons factory in Meudon, on the side of the Seine, now operated by a fund in behalf of the government since their nationalization. Militech manufactures a decent chunk of their European arms production here. Heavily armored since the 4th corporate war, the facilities resemble more a fort than a factory nowadays.
  9. WNS France offices: A modest office in a commercial building in the media district of Issy, close to local news stations and vid channels, and with a delightful view of the Seine. If you have a tip and want it to go big, very big, WNS is the place to go.
  10. SovOil distribution centre: A gigantic distribution facility in the Gennevilliers port, SovOil receives, stores, distributes and provides chooh2 in every form from this compound. With dozens of storage tanks, heavily guarded and always busy, SovOil has almost a monopoly over the supply of chooh2 in the Parisian port, and will fight fiercely to defend it.
  11. EBM factory: A large manufacturing center north of Aulnay-sous-Bois where EBM produces mainly consumer products and parts for business consumption. With around 250 hectares of area, including many factories, packaging, warehouses and distribution facilities, this former IEC factory it’s certainly one of the largest and most important production plants in France.
  12. Zhirafa assembly plant: The primary assembly plant for Zhirafa automatons for the core countries. It’s the second largest factory in the Aulnay-sous-Bois commune and an icon of modernity and automation, manned almost exclusively by Zhirafa drones.
  13. Station Spatiale Le Bourget: Once the place of the Le Bourget-Paris airport, the launch site is a joint project between ESA and Orbital Air. Equipped with top-of-the-line technology, is one of the most modern space launch facilities and a favorite for the European elite for travel to the Highlander orbital facilities. Surrounded by hundreds of aerospace businesses, and ever-evolving place, the neighboring communes have grown and became an almost fictional, utopian landscape. So close to the Saint-Denis combat zone, the southern and eastern borders are walled off and corporate militias are always vigilant that no conflict from the neighboring areas can ever reach their expensive and dangerous equipment. The local ESA, Orbital Air and Soviet Rocket Corps headquarters are also housed here.
  14. Roma Federation trading post: The main trading nomad trading post serving the Paris metropolitan area. Managed by the Roma Federation, located in the Saint-Ouen docks, the trading post is the place to get firsthand access to nomad products and to get federation-insured transport for yourself and your loads. A busy, loud place, with a mix of market, distribution hub, and station, you will find in the post everything you want, any service you need, and any type of person who you wish to meet (or not meet).
  15. EC Arcology: A small city within Montreuil just for the political class and their closest allies. Clean, secure and green; the image for the future of architecture as envisioned by the EC. With a bland internationalist style, boring neutral and pastel colors dominate the neighborhood anywhere where nature does not paint green. The area is self-contained and self-sufficient, with their own energy production and services, as well as shopping areas and office spaces.
  16. de Gaulle combat zone
  17. Saint-Denis combat zone


  • Levallois-Perret
  • Neuilly-sur-Seine
  • Sceaux

Nice Suburbs

  • Boissy-Saint-Léger
  • Bonneuil-sur-Marne
  • Bourg-la-Reine
  • Bry-sur-Marne
  • Châtillon
  • Chaville
  • Colombes
  • Garches
  • Gournay-sur-Marne
  • Le Perreux-sur-Marne
  • Marnes-la-Coquette
  • Marolles-en-Brie
  • Nogent-sur-Marne
  • Noiseau
  • Ormesson-sur-Marne
  • Saint-Cloud
  • Saint-Maur-des-Fossés
  • Santeny
  • Sèvres
  • Sucy-en-Brie
  • Suresnes
  • Vaucresson
  • Ville-d’Avray
  • Villecresnes

Moderate Suburbs

  • Ablon-sur-Seine
  • Cachan
  • Champigny-sur-Marne
  • Châtenay-Malabry
  • Chennevières-sur-Marne
  • Chevilly-Larue
  • Choisy-le-Roi
  • Clamart
  • Coubron
  • Créteil
  • Fontenay-aux-Roses
  • Fontenay-sous-Bois
  • Fresnes
  • Gagny
  • L’Haÿ-les-Roses
  • La Queue-en-Brie
  • Le Plessis-Robinson
  • Le Plessis-Trévise
  • Le Raincy
  • Limeil-Brévannes
  • Mandres-les-Roses
  • Montfermeil
  • Neuilly-Plaisance
  • Neuilly-sur-Marne
  • Noisy-le-Grand
  • Noisy-le-Sec
  • Périgny
  • Rosny-sous-Bois
  • Thiais
  • Valenton
  • Vaujours
  • Villemomble
  • Villeneuve-Saint-Georges
  • Villiers-sur-Marne

Packed Suburbs

  • Alfortville
  • Arcueil
  • Bagneux
  • Bondy
  • Clichy-sous-Bois
  • Épinay-sur-Seine
  • Gentilly
  • Ivry-sur-Seine
  • Le Kremlin-Bicêtre
  • Livry-Gargan
  • Malakoff
  • Sevran
  • Villejuif
  • Villepinte
  • Vitry-sur-Seine

Nice Urban

  • Montreuil
  • Saint-Mandé
  • Vanves
  • Vincennes

Moderate Urban

  • Asnières-sur-Seine
  • Charenton-le-Pont
  • Joinville-le-Pont
  • Maisons-Alfort
  • Romainville
  • Saint-Maurice

Packed Urban

  • Bagnolet
  • Les Lilas
  • Le Pré-Saint-Gervais

Combat Zone

  • Bobigny
  • Drancy
  • La Courneuve
  • Saint-Denis
  • Stains
  • Tremblay-in-France


  • Antony: The scientific and research hub for excellence in the Paris metro area. Filled with large scientific research campuses for corporations from agrotechnology, through medical and chemical research and all the way to high-tech electronics.
  • Bois-Colombes, Courbevoie, La Garenne-Colombes, Nanterre, Puteaux: Part of the La Défense business district and its surroundings, where all the corporations want to be, the entire area is very luxurious, urban and posh. Between the Eurobank offices, regional headquarters for megacorporations, and being close to the historical center of Paris and the EC arcology, this is the place where all the corpos strive to work at.
  • Boulogne-Billancourt: Very populated with middle to large businesses, Boulogne-Billancourt is a popular place for the enterprise and customer service industry as well as commerce.
  • Issy-les-Moulineaux: A business intensive zone, which a large presence of the entertainment industry.
  • Montrouge: A commune with an influential presence of news, advertising, and tech business.
  • Rueil-Malmaison: A business area which mostly haves huge multi-company campuses where small businesses operate from.


  • Aubervilliers: Textiles and fashion manufacture, wholesale and import-export, and some audiovisual and cinema.
  • Aulnay-sous-Bois, Les Pavillons-sous-Bois: One of the biggest industrial hubs of France, the Aulnay-sous-Bois and Les Pavillons-sous-Bois communes house enormous mega-factories and distribution facilities for anything from Automotive, through cosmetics, to consumer products and military.
  • Clichy: Mixed between business and industrial, Clichy houses large cosmetics and fashion corporations and also wholesale and import-export.
  • Le Bourget, Dugny, Le Blanc-Mesnil: Where once the Paris-Le Bourget airport and surrounding businesses once were, now the region is the mecca of the space industry in Europe housing the ESA and Orbital Air launch facilities.
  • Gennevilliers, Villeneuve-la-Garenne, L’Île-Saint-Denis: Thanks to the port of Gennevilliers, shipyards, warehouses, wholesale and import-export businesses operate around the entire area.
  • Meudon: Close to the old rail network and the Seine river, Meudon has presence of heavy industry, metallurgy, and military (in particular explosives manufacture).
  • Orly: Housing part of the Paris-Orly airport, the Orly commune sees a high volume of Aerospace and import-export industry.
  • Pantin: A mix between business and industry, Pantin has a decent business district while also housing luxury goods manufacturing, industry machinery services, and distribution.
  • Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, Villetaneuse: A mixed industry/business zone with many minor industry and warehouse areas, as well as multi-enterprise campuses.
  • Rungis, Villeneuve-le-Roi: Thanks to its closeness to the Orly Airport there is a high volume of aerospace and import-export industry.
  • Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine: High density of industry. Manufacture, automobile, and energy production.