The venue will house a 1,200 seated auditorium, 16 meetings rooms 3,440 sqm of exhibition space, a 100-seat restaurant and a hall that will be able to accommodate tables for up to 1,300 guests.
The Centre will be located close to the city centre, the railway station and the Centre Pompidou-Metz, 82 minutes from Paris, 45 minutes from Luxembourg, and at the crossroads of Belgium and Germany.
Commenting on the new development, Metz mayor, Dominique Gros, said: "This Conference Centre will be renowned throughout the region, expanding borders to our neighbours and friends".
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