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Chaussée-d’Antin : a prestigious district.


Attached to the 9th arrondissement, the Chaussée-d’Antin district is the 34th administrative district of Paris. Bordered to the north by Rue Saint-Lazare, it extends to the south as far as Boulevard des Italiens. The east and west are respectively bounded by Rue Laffitte and Rue Tronchet.

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The area where the Chaussée-d’Antin neighbourhood now stands was once a collection of marshy land that had to be raised to make it habitable. They later aroused the covetousness of many prestigious architects who urbanised these lands until they became one of the most sought-after places in the capital, notably by the Duke of Antin who later gave it his name. At the end of the 19th century, after the completion of Boulevard Haussmann, this formerly residential area was transformed into a crossroads of communication routes where luxury department stores transformed the landscape once and for all.

Cultural sites

  • Palais Garnier (Garnier Palace): classified as a historical monument since 1923, the Garnier Opera House was designed by the architect Charles Garnier following a competition organised by Emperor Napoleon III. This building, with its eclectic architecture and historicist style, allows the public to enjoy lyrical performances as well as ballets of high artistic quality.
  • The Grand Synagogue of Paris: during the Second Empire, the French Jewish community developed, leading to the construction of a new synagogue. It was built in a neo-Byzantine style by Alfred-Philibert Aldrophe on land donated by the city of Paris. It was inaugurated in 1874. Survivor of the Second World War, it is now classified as a historical monument.


Local landmarks

  • Olympia: This concert hall is the oldest music hall in Paris. Originally, the project of Joseph Oller, its founder, was to build an amusement park dedicated to roller coasters. However, the prefect of police at the time, fearing a fire because of their wooden structure, requested its demolition. Instead, in 1893, Oller had a theatre built for up to 2,000 spectators. Today, it is a true reference point for the artists who come to perform on its internationally renowned stage.
  • Galeries Lafayette: The luxury bazaar concept was imagined in France by Théophile Bader and Alphonse Kahn in 1893. Building on its immense success, their store will undergo numerous improvements in order to offer more than 650 brands on a surface that can accommodate more than 10,000 customers per day.



  • Condorcet High School: 8, rue du Havre, 75009 Paris. Access via metro lines 3 and 9 (Havre-Caumartin) and RER line E (Haussmann Saint-Lazare).
  • Ines Expertise (School of Accountancy): 34, boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris. Access via metro lines 7 and 9 (Chaussée d’Antin – La Fayette)


Nearby transportation

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RER      RER - Ligne A  RER - Ligne E

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Properties for sale / rental in the neighbourhood

Our properties for sale or rental in the neighbourhood.

Apartment - Paris 9th Add to favorites

150 m2
3 250 000 €
Room(s)4Bedroom(s)2 3rd3rd Lift

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205 m2
4 300 000 €
Saint Georges/Nouvelle Athènes neighbourhood, a stone’s throw from the Museum of the Roman (...)
Room(s)6Bedroom(s)4 3rd3rd Lift

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103 m2
1 350 000 €
Saint-Georges neighbourhood. A near 103 sqm 2nd floor apartment with a balcony. Double-asp (...)
Room(s)4Bedroom(s)2 2nd2nd Park(s)1 Lift

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