Vast arrondissement of north-west of Paris, the 17th is located between the 18th and, on the other side of the ring road, the popular communes of Seine-Saint-Denis, Saint-Ouen and Clichy, and between the very chic areas from Paris, the elegant 8th and 16th arrondissements. This diversity gives a very sought-after neighborhood, more and more bourgeois and at prices higher and higher.
If this area is more and more popular, it is largely thanks to its many parks and green spaces that people take ownership on a daily basis. Parc Monceau, overlooking the Boulevard de Courcelles is admittedly administratively located in the 8th arrondissement, but it is adjacent to the 17th and often visited by its residents. The square of Batignolles with its lake, its caves and its hilly landscapes, is the setting of all the adventures of the children of the district. Finally, the Parc Clichy-Batignolles - Martin Luther King, is part of the desire for sustainable development. It shows the orientations taken in recent years by the elected officials of the 17th arrondissement, with the agreement of local residents who have quickly adopted their habits around their pond and on their playgrounds. Another facet of the borough, the elegant avenues between Porte Maillot and Parc Monceau, such as Avenue des Ternes. There are large signs of culture and ready-to-wear but also luxury shops.
Increasingly popular, it quietly and quietly becomes one of the most popular neighborhoods in Paris.