Paris 17th district pereire

Pereire

Paris 17th arrondissement Pereire

Two major 19th century bankers and industrialists, Isaac and Emile Pereire actively participated in the urban development of the 17th arrondissement.

Today the dynamic Pereire neighbourhood draws young executives. Realty marketed mainly comprises family apartments and private mansions.
Place de Maréchal Juin

Place de Maréchal Juin

At the junction between Avenue de Villiers, Avenue Niel, Rue de Courcelles and Boulevard Pereire, Place du Maréchal Juin was formerly called Place Pereire; it received its current name after the death in 1967 of a close associate of General de Gaulle and one of the few people the General addressed as “tu” and not “you”. Wine and dine in one of the 17th arrondissements fine restaurants: Dessirier (Michel Rostang) and Pétrus.

This leafy neo-classical square features the statue of the great military leader Maréchal Alphonse Juin.
Boulevard Pereire

Boulevard Pereire

Created in 1853 during the construction of the Auteuil railway, boulevard Pereire extends from Porte Maillot to Batignolles. Its creation led to the disappearance of the “Grenouillère”, the Chateau de Ternes water feature.

No. 56: French actress Sarah Bernhardt (known as "La Divine") lived here. The private mansion was demolished in 1963 N ° 105: the Michelin family’s private mansion.

La promenade Pereire is a cocoon of leafy greenery for residents and those working in the neighborhood.
Rue Juliette Lamber

Rue Juliette Lamber

This begins at boulevard Pereire and ends at boulevard Malesherbes. Opened in 1882, it got the name in 1897 the name of writer Juliette Lamber, who died in 1936.

A number of private mansions are to be found here. Named "The Best Bakery in France" in a popular TV show, Gontran Cherrier is at number 8.