PARIS 75003, Arts & Metiers fashion district, freehold commercial units free of tenant, offering 260m2 (+256m2 converted cellar) with 16m of windows on South facing street side, at the heart of a well looked after 1890 building, ideal location in coveted area of Temple-Republique
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Paris 75003 - Marais district - 260m2 + 256m2 converted cellar - In the coveted Temple area, freehold and no entrance fees for this mixed used shop front property with commercial status on the entire ground floor of a well maintained and superbly well looked after 1880 historic building. The 258.95m2 (Carrez law) premises includes south facing 16m shop windows and a 225.65m2 cellar (Carrez law) entirely restructured and renovated. In need of complete renovation, the site offers undeniable potential for a wide range of commercial destinations (showroom, office or start-up incubator, medical centre, recording studio, training center, craftsman, fitness centre for classes such as boxing, dance, yoga, meditation...), close to all that the coveted district has to offer including Place de la Republique, Canal St Martin, Carreau du Temple venue and the very up & coming René Boulanger area. Not licensed to serve food and drink, for establishment creating noise disturbance or a residential short let. Current monthly charges 1600 €.
3rd Arrondissement - It is the quieter part of the medieval district of Le Marais, and one of most pleasant places to live and work in Paris. Sophisticated village, it contains several open-air markets and squares like the 'Carreau du Temple', the Garden of the 'Hôtel Salé' (Picasso Museum) or the garden 'Saint-Gilles-Grand-Veneur'. The Oldest surviving private house of Paris, built in 1407, is to be found here, along Rue de Montmorency (its first owner claimed to possess the philosopher's stone). The area includes beautiful buildings and many mansions like 'Hôtel de Montmorency', 'Hôtel de Marle' or 'Hôtel Albret'. From the 17th century, the districts is inhabited by the nobility including Madame de Sevigné, hence the name of one of its current street.