An exceptional location
In the heart of the City of Light, on the left bank, and just behind the imposing door of 140 rue de Grenelle, is found an exceptional and unexpected property development of four Parisian mansions. The real estate program keeps its promises by keeping the features of the seventh arrondissement : the sophistication, culture, refinement and elegance.
Indeed, historically, the VIIth arrondissement contains much of the French history, either by the noble properties and owners that could be found there, the embassies, the National Assembly, Les Invalides and Napoléon I’s tomb.
Four outstanding mansions
Although is is characterized as the most beautiful city in the world, it is not unusual to feel oppressed by Paris. The 140 rue de Grenelle exceptional real estate program is the opposite of what you probably already have seen. Feeling like you are in the countryside, but in Paris. The calm, while having the proximity of shops and everyday amenities. The four mansions that the 140 proposes, are rare and exceptional properties of the French capital because of their location, but mainly for what hides behind the door.
These « town houses » offer living spaces beginning at 457 and up to 635 square meter. Eight to ten rooms, a minimum of four bedrooms and four bathrooms, boxed parking and private garden up to 1,000 square meter. A dream in the middle of the French city. In addition, the project starting early 2000’s, brought leading architects and designers together to create a exceptional Parisian real estate program.
A summit meeting
The 140 rue de Grenelle real estate program started in the early 2000s : the property no longer belongs to the French government but is bought by property PR developers. Their aim was to create an unusual Parisian property and open a new page of the 140’s chapter.
The final plans were finally approved in 2010 and began two years later. The greatest architects, landscapers and decorators came together and brought a legendary place back to life. Jean-Jacques Ory for the architecture, Thierry Despont for the interior spaces, and Neveux Rouyer for the extensive landscaped gardens. The work will result in 2014 and finally allows future residents to visit and discover - or rediscover - the 140, but this time, life size.