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This extraordinary property provides breathtaking views of the Eiffel Tower from the apartment itself as well as from its private rooftop terrace. It is located on the right bank, a short walk from the Seine and the Trocadero gardens.
This is the sixth in our series of posts looking at major projects that are enhancing parts of Paris. The largest cultural and sporting complex in France, Arena 92, is currently scheduled to open at the end of 2016 in Nanterre in Paris’ western suburbs. The stadium is under construction on a former sports ground […]
The Peninsula Paris Hotel will open its sumptuous doors on August 1st on Avenue Kléber in the 16th arrondissement (district). The hotel is located near the Champs-Elysées and is a stone’s throw from the Arc de Triomphe.
This is the fifth in our series of posts looking at major projects that are enhancing parts of Paris. Parisian millionaire Cédric Naudon is transforming the Rue du Vertbois in the northern Marais neighborhood into a gourmet and design destination. The project, nicknamed ‘La Jeune Rue’ (the young street), aims to combine ethically sourced food […]
French real estate investment trust Foncière des 6ème et 7ème Arrondissements de Paris has recently bought a prestigious office complex from the French State for an undisclosed sum. The Abbaye de Penthemont is situated at the corner of the Rue de Bellechasse and the Rue de Grenelle in Paris’s 7th arrondissement (district).
An interview with our collaborator, Rosemary Flannery, who has been a Parisienne since 1989 and gives private guided tours of Paris’ museums and monuments
This is the third in our series of posts looking at major projects that are enhancing parts of Paris. The Eiffel Tower, Paris’s most famous landmark in the 7th arrondissement (district), celebrated its 125th anniversary on March 31st this year. It is also undergoing a makeover that will transform its first level. One of the […]
Everyone has heard of the Palace of Versailles, one of the most sumptuous palaces ever built and a monument to the power and wealth of the Sun King, Louis XIV. The chateau of Vaux-le-Vicomte is smaller and less well-known but is a gem in its own right. And it was the inspiration for Versailles in […]
This is the third in our series of posts looking at major projects that are enhancing parts of Paris. Located on an historic site in the Marais neighborhood of the 3rd arrondissement (district), the covered marketplace le Carreau du Temple reopened in March 2014 following a major restoration.
We posted recently about a series of interactive maps of Paris in the 16th century. Now move on a couple centuries and zoom in on the city as it was in the 1730s, 50 years before the French Revolution.