This Paris Life

Expert Insight, Breaking News, and Insider Stories on Real Estate in Paris

Two major real estate operations straddling the périphérique near Porte Maillot in the Ternes neighborhood are awaiting their building permits. Before that, however, Parisians can consult the files for the two ideas, Mille Arbres and Multistrates, and react online.   “In the Ternes and Porte Maillot area, renovation operations are going to increase before the […]

continue reading...

Following in the footsteps of the records announced by the Louvre, most of the capital’s other major sites have also benefited from the upturn in tourism.   Tourists are flocking to Paris: preliminary data provided by Parisian cultural sites indicate a record high of number of visitors for the 2018 year and an increase in […]

continue reading...

You’ve certainly noticed that the first winter chills have indeed arrived in the capital.  It’s time for grey Parisian skies and chilly temperatures, mittens and down jackets.  Happily for us, however, Paris is full of places where we can take shelter and thaw without having to barricade ourselves indoors.  Many locales are delighted to welcome […]

continue reading...

What’s happening this new year in the capital? From traffic restrictions, to a report on the security of Parisians, to the reopening of the musée de la Libération, le parisien.fr has highlighted some of the major city projects expected in the capital throughout the 2019 year.   January: submission of the study on free transport […]

continue reading...

After 4 years of construction and €211 million invested, the extension of Tramway 3b from Porte de la Chapelle to Porte d’Asnières was finally opened in November 2018, relieving rush hour commutes in the 17th and 18th arrondissements.   Parisians have a lot to celebrate.  Not only has construction of the T3b finally been completed, […]

continue reading...

Although in the space of thirty years Bercy has become a modern business district where concrete, glass, and asphalt reign, the neighborhood is also full of some surprising sites and hidden gems to discover. Paris ZigZig has planned out a full day through the neighborhood, outlining a few of the many cultural, historical, and trendy […]

continue reading...

As part of the modernization of the Montparnasse neighborhood, the City of Paris will provide for the creation of 500 – 700 jobs in the future Paris-Montparnasse station while the CIT tower will undergo a complete renovation toward energy-efficiency.   Straddling the 14th and 15th arrondissements, Montparnasse station is being transformed, and with it, the whole […]

continue reading...

With the opening or reopening of several new restaurants, shops, and boutiques in the 16th arrondissement, a trendy breath of fresh air has hit this quiet, unassuming neighborhood.  Read on to discover which addresses have made ELLE Décoration’s list of some of the latest and greatest “places to be” in this revamped arrondissement.      […]

continue reading...

December is already halfway over!  With New Years on the way, it’s time to take advantage of all of the seasonal activities taking place in the capital before 2019 hits.  Not to fret, Le Figaroscope has compiled a list of some of this seasons most worthwhile activities, events, and expositions happening right now in Paris.   […]

continue reading...

Gare du Nord, Paris’ first transportation station, will be completely remodeled and tripled in size by the 2024 Olympic Games. The 600 million euro project will be led by Ceetrus, Valode & Pistre, and Eiffage Construction. On July 9th, 2018, SNCF announced the opening of exclusive negotiations with a consortium led by Ceetrus, the real […]

continue reading...
1 2 3 24
Contact us
By phone
In France +33 (0)9 75 18 18 99
From the US (917) 779-9950
By email
Norton
ABOUT SSL CERTIFICATES
Stay current on the Paris real estate market:
Sign up for our newsletter
Thank you and welcome aboard!
* Required fileds