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RUE SAINT DIDIER – 16TH ARRONDISSEMENT
35 Rue St Didier is the sensitive transformation of a beautiful baroque building into a collection of studio to 4 bedroom apartments and penthouses within a superbly located building in Paris 16eme.
In Paris, the architecture of new-build property developments normally provides a stark contrast to the period buildings around them. At 35 Rue St Didier the original period exterior façade is being retained and painstakingly restored, whilst inside the apartments will be built from scratch, using state of the art materials and techniques.
New-build apartments are rare in Paris, but a new-build incorporating a revitalized period façade is very rare indeed.
The location is also fantastic. As well as being surrounded by numerous shops, boutiques, cafes and restaurants, the building is within 500m of three different metro stations making travel around the capital extremely easy. The beautiful Trocadero and gardens are also nearby, just a 450m stroll away.
Inside, the apartments will offer generous volumes, with generous floor-to-ceiling heights, open and bright spaces, each designed to create their own unique character.
Being one of the largest districts in Paris and housing more than 160,000 residents, the 16th arrondissement plays an important part for the city. The area is also one of Paris’s safest. For that reason, among many others, it attracts a large proportion of younger families. The streets are filled with many BCBG individuals, or “bon chic, bon genre”, stylish members of the upper class of Paris.
The area is the most conservative of Paris, and largely focuses on wealthy families and how to cater to their needs. The streets are clean and beautifully lined with flowers and cafés. Families and kids can be seen shopping and browsing the boutiques during the weekend. The nights are quiet and very safe.
The Passy Cemetery is a major landmark for the arrondissement, and for Paris as a whole. The famed painter Manet and the composer Debussy are buried within it. Among others, the area houses the museum of contemporary art, Palais de Tokyo, and is also home to most embassies.
In the Quartier de la Porte-Dauphine, there are parks and the Lac Inférieur. It is the ideal place for boating promenades and seeing some sporting events. The 16th arrondissement is the perfect location in Paris to fill a day with strolls through the city streets, doing some shopping and eating at one of the local bistros, after which one of the many large green spaces can be enjoyed with the family.
In the past couple of years, the district has seen an influx of younger individuals moving into the neighbourhood. It is popular among expats and is seeing an increasingly growing American community. It provides a new energy to the district that is more youthful and ensures a continued life in the district beyond families and quiet streets.
- 25 apartments
- Studio-4 bedrooms
- 450m to the Trocadero
- High specifications
- North & south facing
- Delivery Q1 2018
- 29km from CDG
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