This neighborhood, situated in the centre of Paris along the rive droite, is noted for the liveliness of its culture. Between the prestigious Opéra Garner, the numerous theaters and cinemas that run along the Grands Boulevards, residents have an array of choice. Olympia, perhaps the most famous concert hall in France is found here, along with the wax museum Grévin, and the cabaret of Folies Bergère. The neighborhood also has a large variety of bars, restaurants and high-end stores such as the famous Galeries Lafayette and Printemps. The neighborhood is dynamic both day and night, representing an ideal place for lovers of culture and enjoyment.
The neighborhood is one of the smallest in Paris, therefore residential properties are limited. Its central position and the numerous commercial, cultural and banking companies attract a cosmopolitan clientele, from wealthy families to intellectuals, like the bourgeoisie. The neighborhood is divided into four areas: Saint-Georges, Rochechouart, Chausséed’Antin and Faubourg Montmartre. Given that it is an extremely central area in Paris, the prices for luxury properties appear to be relatively affordable; the most sought after area is Provence / Opéra. The properties on offer are mainly elegant period buildings that offer high-end apartments and luxurious duplex apartments with modern facilities.