The neighborhood where I'm staying is called, ironically enough, Etats-Unis. It's one of the oldest planned communities, so I feel like I'm in the French, high-rise urban version of Irvine, California or Reston, Virginia. The area remains remarkably faithful to the vision of Tony Garnier, the architect/urban planner. Unfortunately I haven't had a chance to visit the Urban Museum even though it's just around the corner from the Y. But I have strolled around and looked at the neighborhood murals.
This one shows the overall community plan.
Article from Architectural Review: Quartier des Etats-Unis - housing estate development
On my way home tomorrow.