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Alsace: The small district of Levallois-Perret.


Located in the city of Levallois-Perret, Alsace is one of the four neighbourhoods of the city. Its northern boundary is located at Rue Jean-Jaurès, which leads to the Jean-Zay district. To the west, Rue du President Wilson marks its boundary with the Général Leclerc neighbourhood. To the south, Boulevard Périphérique allows you to enter Paris itself, while to the east, you just have to take the opposite direction to reach Clichy.

Quartier Alsace - Levallois-Perret


The Alsace neighbourhood emerged thanks to the official creation of Levallois-Perret town in 1867. Previously, this village was a rarely visited hunting area, but it began to flourish as early as 1845. Indeed, at this date, Nicolas Eugène Levallois obtained the land from Etienne Noël, a rich landowner. He began developing plans to found the village with his friend’s help, the surveyor Rivet. In 1867, Levallois and Champerret towns merged and became Levallois-Perret. After that, the municipality began to prosper: railways in the 1850s, the Oriza-Legrand perfume factory in 1860, a school in 1866, etc.

Cultural sites

  • Pathé Levallois: This venue located in the south of Paris near Boulevard périphérique will definitely please the moviegoers of all ages. They will be able to end their visit with a walk in the Alsace Park, just a few minutes from the cinema.
  • The Louison-Bobet sports complex: Sports enthusiasts will be able to discover six GreenSet tennis courts, two squash courts, an athletics track and a football stadium. Indeed, the complex is juxtaposed to Didier-Drogba stadium, who was present at the inauguration.


Local landmarks

  • Parc Alsace: This large park covers 17,000 m². It is located in the neighbourhood’s centre. This green space, with its book boxes, offers you the opportunity to learn in the midst of a rich and diverse flora.



  • Parc Gustave Eiffel: This large green space located in the south-western part of the district knows how to amaze its visitors with the great diversity of its plants. Between pink scaevolas highlighted by blue lobelia, sage or cotinus, the park has many flowered borders that will please passers-by. It is even possible to find a few orange-coloured flowers in the spring.
  • Square Trébois: An ideal place for a picnic, this small garden is located at the south-western end of the neighbourhood. If you head north, you will find yourself directly in Rue Jean-Jaurès which borders the Jean-Zay district. A little bit to the west of the park, you will reach the Général Leclerc neighbourhood.



  • Maurice Ravel Nursery School: 9, allée Youri-Gagarine, 92300 Levallois-Perret. Access via metro line 3 (Louise Michel) and bus line L (Gare Saint-Lazare).
  • Maurice Ravel Primary school: 1, allée Youri-Gagarine, 92300 Levallois-Perret. Access via metro line 3 (Louise Michel) and bus line L (Gare Saint-Lazare).


Nearby transportation


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Tramway      Tramway - Ligne 3B

Bus      Bus - Ligne 20  Bus - Ligne 84  Bus - Ligne 94  Bus - Ligne 165  Bus - Ligne 274  Bus - Ligne 341

Properties for sale / rental in the neighbourhood

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93 m2
1 098 000 €
Room(s)4Bedroom(s)3 5th5th Lift

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