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In August 2007, the [[Mayor of Paris]] began to accept applications for the renovation of Piscine Molitor. On November 20, 2007, it was announced that three different groups were competing for the role of renovating the pool complex, [[Colony Capital]], [[ICADE]], and [[GTM Construction]]. The mayor, [[Bertrand Delanoë]], called for the revival of the complex without spending taxpayer money.<ref name="le Moniteur">{{cite web|url=http://www.lemoniteur-expert.com/actualite/architecture_maitrise_oeuvre/rehabilitation_piscine_molitor_trois_groupements/DD248BB81.htm|title=Réhabilitation de la piscine Molitor : trois groupements en lice|date=20 November 2007|language=French|last=Chessa|first=Milena|publisher=LeMoniteur.fr|accessdate=2010-02-02}}</ref> On October 30, 2008, Delanoë announced that the group Colony Capital-[[Accor]]-[[Bouygues]] had been chosen for the project, with architects [[Jasques Rougerie]], [[Alain Derbesse]], and [[Alain-Charles Perrot]]. The group is planning for a 2012 reopening of the complex. The €64.8 million project would lease the property for 54 years and is to include a 4-star hotel, a health center, and a medical center, as well as retail, restaurants, and parking facilities.<ref name="Paris">{{cite web|url=http://www.paris.fr/portail/Sport/Portal.lut?page_id=152&document_type_id=2&document_id=61258&portlet_id=16065|title=La piscine Molitor à flot en 2012|date=4 November 2008|language=French|publisher=Paris.fr|accessdate=2010-02-02}}</ref>
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In August 2007, the [[Mayor of Paris]] began to accept applications for the renovation of Piscine Molitor. On November 20, 2007, it was announced that three different groups were competing for the role of renovating the pool complex, [[Colony Capital]], [[ICADE]], and [[GTM Construction]]. The mayor, [[Bertrand Delanoë]], called for the revival of the complex without spending taxpayer money.<ref name="le Moniteur">{{cite web|url=http://www.lemoniteur-expert.com/actualite/architecture_maitrise_oeuvre/rehabilitation_piscine_molitor_trois_groupements/DD248BB81.htm|title=Réhabilitation de la piscine Molitor : trois groupements en lice|date=20 November 2007|language=French|last=Chessa|first=Milena|publisher=LeMoniteur.fr|accessdate=2010-02-02}}</ref> On October 30, 2008, Delanoë announced that the group Colony Capital-[[Accor]]-[[Bouygues]] had been chosen for the project, with architects [[Jasques Rougerie]], [[Alain Derbesse]], and [[Alain-Charles Perrot]]. The group is planning for a 2012 reopening of the complex. The €64.8 million project would lease the property for 54 years and is to include a 4-star hotel, a health center, and a medical center, as well as retail, restaurants, and parking facilities.<ref name="Paris">{{cite web|url=http://www.paris.fr/portail/Sport/Portal.lut?page_id=152&document_type_id=2&document_id=61258&portlet_id=16065|title=La piscine Molitor à flot en 2012|date=4 November 2008|language=French|publisher=Paris.fr|accessdate=2010-02-02}}</ref> This is a stupid pool
   
 
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