Engel & Völkers estate agency in central Passy, Paris 16th district
Located in the heart of the Passy area at 16 rue Jean Bologne (in front of the Passy Plaza shopping center), our team of 30 real estate agents welcome you in the 16th district from Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 19:30 and Saturday from 10:00 to 18:00. How to get to your Engel & Völkers Passy real estate agency.
The Paris 16th district is considered one of the most elegant and glamorous districts of Paris with its very residential neighbourhoods such as the areas of Passy, La Muette, Trocadero, Boulainvilliers, Maison de la Radio, Ranelagh, Jardins du Ranelagh, Paul-Doumer or the OCDE. Despite its perennial appeal and exceptional quality of life, the 16th arrondissement is not the most expensive neighbourhood in Paris and the sharp increase in the average price of transactions makes this district a safe bet for property investment.
A well-known real estate agency in Passy and the 16th Arrondissement
Thanks its recognised expertise of the Paris and the 16th district real estate markets, our prestigious real estate advisers will be able to advise and guide you in your real estate plans in Passy. You can count on their listening skills, their strong commitment and their efficiency to meet your highest expectations. Moreover, the variety of profiles of our experts real estate agents and the international dimension of our real estate network is fully efficient for our international clientele while meeting the fundamental values of Engel & Völkers: competence, exclusivity and passion.
Team Leader Paris Passy - La Muette
Phone : +33 1 45 20 25 20
Paris 16th district: an extremely attractive and very residential area ideal for property investment
The 16th district, a large playground for architects of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, is bounded on the east by the Seine, on the west by the Bois de Boulogne and is considered the greenest district in Paris. Very residential, it is also recognised as one of the most elegant and richest districts of Paris. Indeed, the 16th district is the third richest french neighbourhood in terms of household income, after the 7th arrondissement and Neuilly-sur-Seine, both adjacent.
Several museums (Marmottan-Monet, Guimet or Palais de Tokyo museums) and notable places of the district, such as the Trocadero and its gardens, attract tourists from all over the world. It is home to the largest number of Parisian embassies, famous sports facilities such as the Parc des Princes (football), the Roland-Garros stadium (where the French Open tennis is held), racecourses (Auteuil, Longchamp) , as well as many private sports clubs (Polo Club de Bagatelle, Racing Club).
The Paris 16th district is also sought after for its shopping streets such as rue de Passy. This district offers many prestigious schools (such as Janson-de-Sailly or Jean-Baptiste Say) and also several international schools.
Finally, the 16th district is located near the Bois de Boulogne, one of the two green lungs of Paris, with the Bois de Vincennes. The inauguration of the Louis Vuitton Foundation in 2014 gave the district additional international visibility.