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Have you seen Paris’ narrowest building?

Architecture & Landmarks
Narrow building Paris historic architecture quirks

Beyond the well-known tourist landmarks, the French capital is full of charming and quirky architectural details to regale first-time visitors and residents alike. One of them is Paris’ narrowest building; another is its thinnest façade.

“Draw me tomorrow’s Greater Paris” competition launched

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Latest urban planning competition in Île-de-France calls for projects to develop La Métropole du Grand Paris ­— the Greater Paris Metropolis.

Reinventing the Seine: Paris will call for project proposals in February

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In conjunction with the “Reinventing Paris” competition, the City of Paris is looking to refresh its riverbanks. Accordingly, it will launch a new call for innovative projects next month along with Rouen, Le Havre and other riverside towns.

No more cars along the north quay of the Seine?

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Voie Georges Pompidou

If the Paris Mayor has her way, the quay on the right bank of the Seine will be closed to cars starting in summer 2016. The pedestrian-only bank will feature a public park, farmer’s market, and other dockside activities. A tramline may also be in the works, crossing Paris from east to west by 2020.

Paris will expand pedestrian zones on the right bank of the Seine

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Paris riverbank photo

The city of Paris is inviting residents and architects to submit proposals for green car-free pedestrian zones on sections of the right bank.

Paris’ finest palaces and mansions: the Bibliothèque Nationale de France site in the city center

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The Bibliothèque Nationale de France (French National Library) is actually a complex of buildings in Paris’ 2nd arrondissement (district). It occupies the so-called Quadrilatère Richelieu (Richelieu rectangle), bordered by the Rues Colbert, des Petits-Champs, Richelieu, and Vivienne.

Living on a houseboat in Paris

Architecture & Landmarks
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Apartments with a river view in top Paris locations command premium prices. One was sold recently on the Quai de Conti in the 6th arrondissement (district) for a record €42,600/m2. So why not live on the River Seine instead?

Paris plans Europe’s tallest skyscrapers in La Défense

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With plans to build the Hermitage Plaza towers in Paris’ La Défense business district, Paris will soon trump London as home to Europe’s tallest building.

Paris Luxury Property: Cole Porter’s private Parisian home for sale

Architecture & Landmarks
cole porter home paris

Over the last three centuries, this private mansion tucked away on Paris’ left bank has been the home of aristocrats, royals, and playwrights alike – and has been most recently owned by Cole Porter. Since his death in 1997, Cole Porter’s family has decided to sell the 10-bed, 6-bath home in Paris (766 m2 / 8245 sq ft) for €40M.

Paris giving the Seine back to the people with pedestrian walkways

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Paris pedestrianisation plan- Paris giving the Seine back to the people with pedestrian walkways

There are quite a few changes coming to the banks of the Seine river in upcoming years, including one that will transform the highway along the right and left banks into pedestrian walkways.

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