Expert Insight, Breaking News, and Insider Stories on Real Estate in Paris
The first in a series by our colleague, real estate developer and designer Laura Sanders, who handles fractional ownership for Paris Property Group. In these posts, she tells us about buying her apartment in the Marais and the renovation challenges it posed. After making the decision to raid your savings and buy an apartment in […]
Ever wonder how top designers can make a space feel wonderful with just a few touches here and there? Luckily for us, internationally known interior designer Penny Drue Baird shares with us her tips for simple ways to revive your living space. These tips are the perfect way to make an old space feel new, no […]
This private mansion has fallen under controversy in the last five years as its new owner, a brother of the Emir of Qatar, has embarked upon restoring it. Located on the tip of Île Saint-Louis, in the 4th arrondissement, the Hotel Lambert, designed by architect Louis Le Vau was originally built between 1640 and 1644 for the financier […]
Part of the process of buying an apartment in Paris is knowing that once you’ve purchased it, there will most always be some renovating, touching up, and personalizing to do before it really feels like home.
The New York Times featured a telling story last summer of a young couple moving from London to Paris, bringing their Paris real estate dream to life. As property prices in Paris have soared in recent years, bolder buyers are moving away further and further away from
A historic building, part of the gorgeous Palais Royal in Paris’ 1st Arrondissement, that dates back to the times of Cardinal Richelieu in 1629, was recently renovated by New Yorker Amanda Sykes. After convincing the French bank who has owned the building for years and years that she could rent the apartment and oversee the […]
These Australian clients (she’s a food writer and restaurant critic, he’s an engineer and businessman) were referred to us by another client. They wanted to find a 2-bedroom apartment in an eclectic, up and coming neighborhood that would have an authentic feel, away from the tourist zones.