Les Kocottes: new area of activity in Moka

A prime location

Promotes social bonding, interaction & learning
Central & accessible
Direct access to public transport
Close to the island’s main business areas
Pleasant living environment with green spaces

Les Kocottes is a unique, lively place for encounters and diversity in the heart of Moka Smart City, on the way from Saint Pierre to Vivéa Business Park.

These former poultry houses on a 3.6-acre site have been renovated and fitted out by Moka Smart City to enable the development of educational, citizenship, artistic and circular economy initiatives.

Les Kocottes is designed to promote social bonding, interaction and learning by offering favourable working conditions and opportunities for collaboration with all city stakeholders.

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Take a look at the master plan

Cet espace est composé de 6 anciens poulaillers de 180m², de 8 maisonnettes et de 10 000m² d’espaces communs extérieurs.

Reasons to relocate to Les Kocottes

  • Dedicated workspaces for social entrepreneurs, associations, citizen and learning initiatives.

  • An affordable rent in a dynamic environment.

  • A lively, unique place for encounters and diversity in the heart of Moka.

  • An acre of common green space for all tenants.

La Kocotte Artistique

La Kocotte Artistique has been designed to provide continued support to creation in Mauritius and bringing it to a wide audience by providing workshop space on preferential terms. The aim is to promote local creation in all its diversity and add real value to artistic work in Mauritius.
Following a first call for applications, the selected artists have received a rent subsidy for a renewable one-year term. They will each exhibit one of their works in a public space in Moka during the year – a must-see open-air exhibition!

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La Kocotte Moka’mwad

Kocotte Moka’mwad is a welcoming learning space that hosts the headquarters of the Moka’mwad collective. This multipurpose space provides a place for citizens to meet and exchange ideas on themes they consider important – and thus shape the future of the city together.
La Kocotte Moka’mwad wishes to offer complimentary space to people that provide quality learning experiences in order to encourage social bonding among the people of Moka and bring the city to life.

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Facilities within 1 km

  • Bus terminal
  • Post office
  • Snacks and restaurants
  • Bank & ATMs
  • Kendra shopping centre
  • Les Allées shopping centre
  • Synergy Sport & Wellness Institute
  • Total & Shell filling stations
  • Nursery
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Business Stories

  • The AMM and Made in Moris are a common body that promotes local production. It was therefore quite obvious for us to deepen our grounding by moving to Moka, which offers an exceptional setting. We have invested in a place steeped in production history, i.e. former poultry houses to remain fully consistent with and pay tribute to local producers,”

    Bruno Dubarry | Chief Executive Officer, AMM

  • It’s important for Le Wagon to be at the core of the tech ecosystem, and remain close to players in the tech industry – especially as we regularly host public events. Moka also enjoys an ideal location in the heart of the island, with easy access to public transport. Moreover, we are in tune with the spirit of the smart city in terms of environmental awareness and innovation, among others.

    Laura Martin | Project Manager for Le Wagon Africa at Honoris United Universities.

  • We look forward to moving to Les Kocottes and become part of a community that, like TIPA, promotes art, supports education and encourages good citizenship. This will be a fantastic chance for us tenants to get together and share ideas on these subjects. The connections that we will develop will surely benefit our respective activities and inspire common learning, artistic and cultural initiatives. It’s exciting to know that we will be surrounded by highly creative artists and entrepreneurs! TIPA also wants to partake in the social development of Moka. Once we are settled, we will look into ways to support vulnerable children and parents in the region.

    Camille Sénèque | NGO Manager