This neighborhood in Paris, is the smallest in terms of space and inhabitants. This neighborhood is distinguished by tall buildings in the form of metal structures, with stone walls and large windows: which once accommodated textile businesses. It also boasts Haussmannian architecture, typical of the nineteenth century, which directed the city toward a high-end status. Perhaps the neighborhood offers less tourist attractions in comparison to others, nevertheless, it has an enviable quality of life thanks to the numerous charming pedestrian streets. Versatility is reinforced here; the lively streets close to Bonne Nouvelle harmoniously run along the more tranquil and chic areas such as Vivienne or Gaillon. A double aspect that attracts young professionals to search for a luxury property in a central neighborhood, with all the infrastructure and transport necessary.
The availability of luxury real estate in this neighborhood is limited given the restricted space. The market is therefore very competitive between buyers. It is composed of four areas: Gaillon, Vivienne, Mail and Bonne Nouvelle. The first two, the more costly, are distinguished by having a prestigious nature, appreciated by wealthy families that wish to purchase high-end properties. This neighborhood is also in demand thanks to the areas Montorgueil/Saint Denis, in which numerous pedestrian streets are perfect for truly appreciating the “art de vivre” of Paris. The cosmopolitan area Sentier/Bonne Nouvelle, home to the textile industry for many years , is possibly the least costly and least highly rated, despite the fact that many well off families and businesses choose to live here.