the Citroën manufacturing plants moved into the area. When they left, an immense park and a new business district developed. Today, on the banks of the Seine, the Parc André Citroën district is partly occupied by Parc André Citroën and modern office and television buildings. The other part comprises traditional streets with lively neighborhood activity. During the week, Rue Saint-Charles and Rue de la Convention offer families and singles the excitement of stores, cafés, and restaurants. On Sundays, residents and tourists enjoy the vast lawns of Parc André Citroën.