With its extremely central location, this neighborhood is an important point in the capital with numerous avenues such as boulevard de la Chapelle and boulevard Magenta etc – two stations and the canal Saint-Martin. Lively and populated by heterogeneous residents, the neighborhood is currently undergoing restoration work to improve its status. This can be noted by the vast housing renovation program. The border of the canal Saint-Martin, offers a great spot for outings. Originally destined to provide drinkable water to the capital, the impressive canal has become a trendy destination.
The neighborhood is perfectly located with good services, it is an evolving neighborhood in the capital. Investors are expressing more and more interest in this neighborhood due to the profit prospects , considering that the prices are under the Parisian average. It is divided into four areas: Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, Porte Saint-Denis, Porte Saint-Martin and Hôpital Saint-Louis; the area Château d’eau / Lancry is the most sought-after for high-end properties due to the work of the district in an attempt to make it a long-term residential area: a boost in open spaces, developments in services, and the construction of new apartments on the east of the canal Saint-Martin…High-end real estate is concentrated in apartments of various sizes or lofts situated in period or modern buildings.