Réf : 116214AMU75
PARIS 75004 ILE DE LA CITE, on the quays of the Ile de la Cité, transfer of lease rights for a commercial space of 77m2 (+ large commercial basement of about 55m2), 5m linear open to busy street, on the ground floor of an old building superbly maintained and ideally located not far from the Cathedral of Notre Dame. Possibility terrace and restoration.
PARIS 4th - Ile de la Cité - 77m2 + 55m2 cellars - Transfer of lease rights for a commercial premises located on the ground floor of a very well maintained old building from 1875 ideally nestled on the Ile de la Cité, between Notre-Dame and banks of the Seine river, in a very coveted area. Offering very nice volumes, this 64 m2 shop with a back store, a commercial basement and toilets offers an undeniable potential with 2 entrances (street & private) and its open front for a total of 5m linear. Renovation and fitting out works are necessary to create not only a simple boutique, but also an office space, a creation and exhibition space, a craftsman's workshop, ... strategically located not far from the Notre Dame Cathedral, in the heart of a Paris steeped in 20 centuries of history. Considered as the ancient cradle of the city of Lutetia, probably inhabited by a small Gallic tribe called the Parisii. Nowadays, in addition to these monuments, the island possesses 4 green spaces, 4 public squares, 6 quays and one crosses the Seine by means of nine bridges, which succeeded the two simple wooden footbridges that existed in Antiquity. Possibility terrace and restoration activities. Monthly rent 6400€.
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Réf : 116214AMU75
4th Arrondissement – Known as the Marais (Soho) and attracting artists, designers, trendy shopkeepers and students, it is a lively and bustling neighborhood, with lots of trendy bars and restaurants as well as Rue des Rosiers, a centerpiece of Jewish lifestyle. The arrondissement contains the Renaissance style City Hall and Place des Vosges, the historical Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral, the contemporary Pompidou Centre and Ile St. Louis and the Ile de la Cite being the oldest parts of Paris. It is desirable with its little streets, cafes and shops with old buildings and multi-cultural exposure.