This vast, multi-faceted arrondissement spreads across the southwest of the capital. Modern –on the banks of the Seine–, village-like –Rue de la Convention, Rue du Commerce– and chic –La Motte-Picquet, Breteuil– it draws families thanks to its abundance of shops, schools, green spaces, museums, cinemas and theatres. Likewise, foreign buyers are in search of main residences and pieds-à-terre here close to the tourist attractions (Tour Montparnasse, Eiffel Tower, Invalides, Champ-de-Mars, pop-up Grand Palais).
The real estate market
Over the last five years, the market has seen a price rise of around 13%, reaching an average of €10,000 per square metre, although prices were stable in 2021. Between Convention and Commerce, prices range from €12,000 and €14,000 per sq.m while the districts further to the north, on the edge of the 7th arrondissement – La Motte-Picquet, Breteuil – can reach sales of €17,000 to €20,000 per sq.m even.
The highlights of this arrondissement are the schools (EAB, ENC Blomet), the proximity to the shops and parks, and the public transport services. Each neighbourhood has its own specific characteristics. We’re here to introduce you to each.
The neighbourhoods in favour with our clientèle are located in the north, around La Motte-Picquet, Breteuil, Commerce and Cambronne. Vaugirard and Convention are also becoming increasingly popular. - Jérôme Le Sidaner, Director BARNES Champ-de-Mars
Art of living
Peaceful and leafy, Paris’ fifteenth arrondissement abounds with gourmet restaurants and calm cafés. Here are the BARNES hot tips.
@La librairie-café L’Instant
Its enticing blue shopfront catches the eye, while inside is a book-lovers treasure trove. Every spring, the Prix de l’Instant rewards a Francophone novel gone unnoticed that year, while the café/exhibition space provides the perfect spot to enjoy a good book and to discover new ones.
118 rue de Lourmel, 75015 Paris
Les Étincelles du Palais de la Découverte
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While the Grand Palais is undergoing renovation work, the pop-up Palais de la Découverte has set up quarters in the Jardin Caroline Aigle with six colourful wooden marquees. An eco-friendly structure that is definitely in the spirit of the times. To be admired while out on a stroll or as part of an immersive visit.
Jardin Caroline Aigle - 186 rue Saint Charles - 75015 Paris
Le Marché du Livre Ancien
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Lining the sublime Parc Georges Brassens, under the covered market, you can wander the rows of this iconic market selling second-hand and out-of-print books. A must for a weekend in Paris.
104 rue Brancion, 75015 Paris
La Pâtisserie Cyril Lignac - Pasteur
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The king of the Gourmand Croquant has taken up residence in the fifteenth arrondissement behind an elegant marble shopfront showcasing his flagship patisseries - lemon pie, peanut-flavoured choux pastry, the signature Equinoxe, and of course an array of chocolates. A well-deserved sweet treat.
55 Bd Pasteur, 75015 Paris
Fromagerie Laurent Dubois
Awarded the Meilleur Ouvrier de France prize bestowed on the best craftsmen in France, Laurent Dubois is an institution in Paris with his five boutiques dedicated to the world of raw milk cheeses. Stocked with the great classics ready to serve to guests as well as home-made creations like the Roquefort with quince, Gouda nougat with pistachio and Fourme d’Ambert with Sauternes.
2 Rue de Lourmel, 75015 Paris
This shopping centre with its Parisian architecture is located in a prime spot between the Eiffel Tower and the Statue of Liberty. You’re sure to find something between the high-end ready-to-wear stores (Ba&sh, Maje, Galeries Lafayette), home furnishings (Bo Concept), tableware, beauty brands and even a cinema.
12 Rue Linois, 75015 Paris
The hottest reservations in town
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This gastronomic restaurant run by Japanese chef Hideki Nishi, who notably trained at the George V, is a true delicacy. Carefully concocted recipes invite guests on a one-of-a-kind taste journey that blends a reinterpretation of French cuisine and Japanese know-how.
12 Rue de l'Amiral Roussin, 75015 Paris
Restaurant Hôtel Wallace
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Tucked away in this peaceful arrondissement, this-star hotel has all the makings of the dolce vita. Perfect for a cocktail - Cucumber Mezcal, Ron Dianara - or a sharing platter - Sicilian olives, Mozzarella di Bufala, and crispy focaccia from Fratelli Castellano -, the Wallace bar under its glazed roof and its 70 sq.m (750 sq ft) planted terrace affords clear views of the Eiffel Tower.
89 Rue Fondary, 75015 Paris
A state-of-the-art and lushly planted décor reveals a bar and restaurant with a unique concept, nestled on the panoramic terrace of Pavilion 6 in the Parc des Expositions Porte de Versailles. A unique spot for breakfast, brunch, dinner or just a drink. Let time stand still.
2 Av. de la Prte de la Plaine, 75015 Paris
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