Never a dull moment. Paris masters the art of renovating and innovating its old buildings all while enhancing their original splendor and grandeur. Here are 4 recently opened examples and must-sees: The renewed Musée Carnavalet right in Le Marais, about the history of the city of Paris; La Bourse Commerce where business tycoon, art collector […]
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Economy is often hard to predict. That sure applies to the worldwide marekets for houses and real estate. As this article explains, prices go up. They go up fast and the are expected to stay high…. so far for a Corona dip in the housing market. Better be quick if you consider buying a flat […]
The city of Paris offers an tremendously varied assortment of musea, events and exhibitions for the rich and the less rich. Look here to see what to do and where to go without spending a single penny.
Paris La Défense plans to change its current stone and asphalt dominated esplanade into an urban park of over 7 hectares. First phase to be ready in 2026. Read more about this big urban project here.
Paris plans to renew the Champs Elysées, that long promenade that is currently polluted by heavy traffic and lined with retail shops. Trees, pedestrians, art and haute cuisine…. here’s the idea.
Until very recently, all indicators for the real estate market in Paris pointed towards increasing prices per square meter to as much as 8% in 2020. Supply was scarce and declined rather than increased, while demand continued to be strong. The number of transactions gradually decreased because there was little to buy. But how does […]
Paris’ Metro line 14 (the fully automated one) is being extended towards the north and the south. The new stations will connect a whole new area outside the Boulevard Périphérique to Paris’ city center. The northern part, past Porte the Saint Ouen (yes, that’s where the flea market or marché aux puces is), now goes […]