This Paris Life

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

The Paris Marathon took place earlier this month, with 40,000 participants running the 40-km route through central Paris. The race provides a glimpse of some of Paris’ most stunning real estate, and one market observatory mapped prices along the track.  The route  The marathon starts on the Champs d’Elysees before heading straight for the bois […]

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Thirty years ago the area surrounding the Canal Saint Martin was on no one’s radar. But an influx of young creatives priced out of the centre has seen the 10th arrondissement transformed into a hotly-discussed destination for buyers.  The arrondissement is dominated by the Canal Saint-Martin in its east, the Gare du Nord and Est stations […]

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November to January saw 8% more property sales in Ile-de-France than the previous year, as per the Notaires’ official stats for the period. The suburbs were the main driver for this growth, as activity within the peripherique slowed due to a lack of supply.  A total of 41,310 properties changed hands during the three-month period […]

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Europacity, the huge real estate development in the suburbs of Paris, has been put on hold after a judge rescinded planning permission for the site.  The future of the 3.1 billion euro project, which is intended to be completed by the time of the Olympics in 2024, is in doubt after the administrative tribunal of […]

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Paris has topped yet another survey for real estate investment attractiveness. Over one thousand investors were asked which city’s real estate they would most want to buy into in 2018, and the capital came out ahead of other major European markets including London.  The Investors Intentions Survey was carried out by real estate research firm […]

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After London’s garden bridge plans collapsed in the face of public opposition, Paris might pinch the idea and get its own. An architect team has sketched a preliminary design that would link the area surrounding the Bois de Vincennes to the Rive Gauche. The bridge would form part of a complex including a new 180-metre […]

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Work has begun to give the historic Royal Chapel of Versailles its first makeover since 1870. The mammoth job will be complete by 2020.  The Chapelle Royale, part of the large Versailles Palace which has around 7.5 million visitors per year, is getting a facelift in time for 2020. Work began on March 6 and will undoubtedly […]

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While the tower is undergoing a 300-million-euro renovation, the surrounding area of Montparnasse is playing catch-up. The mayor of Paris has announced a consultation to “profoundly change ” the 15th arrondissement neighborhood. The plan to bring the 9-hectare area into 2018 aims at repairing the “trauma of the urbanism of the 1970s” according to Anne […]

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Average asking prices in Paris are set to breach €10,000 per m2 soon according to the latest data. Growth is continuing albeit at a slower pace. The latest figures from price observatory website Seloger show a slowing in the capital’s price growth. Growth in the quarter to January was just 0.5% while the yearly figures […]

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One size does not fit all when it comes to furnished rentals in Paris. What do different nationalities want in terms of location, amenities, type of apartment and neighborhood?  What do tenants want from landlords when they move to Paris and rent a furnished flat? If they’re British, don’t forget a kettle for starters. This […]

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