Daniel Féau is by far the major player in the sale and acquisition of prestigious apartments, private homes and Hotels Particuliers in Paris and its desirable western suburbs
In our neighbourhoods our agencies conclude one in three sales at prices of between 2 and 5 million euro, and over half of the sales at prices exceeding 5 million euro. We also sell between 600 and 700 apartments each year at prices ranging from 500 000 to 2 million euro.
We are fully aware that we owe our privileged position to our loyal clientele who, day after day and for over half a century, have placed their trust in us. Each and every day we ensure that not only our team members but also the tools at their disposal are the best available in our field.
Thanks to its exclusive partnership with Christie's Great Estates and a close relationship with a number of international asset management companies, Daniel Féau regularly deals with discerning foreign clients. In order to meet their high expectations, all the brokers are at least bilingual and share the company's core values: efficiency, personal service and confidentiality.
Institutional clients, developers and private asset managers entrust us with the sale of buildings that we market whole or unit by unit.
Discover all of our programmes, and please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss specific details regarding your project. You will be among the first to be informed when new products arrive on the market!
From Place de la Concorde to the Auvergne via the Marais, these decorators undertake projects in which history is the major player. By Eric Jansen For many years they worked in the utmost discretion with only a privileged few knowing where to actually find them. In 2000, Joseph Achkar and Michel Charrière embarked upon on a colossal project: reviving the historic Hôtel de Gesvres which had become a bank’s head office... Today, the seventeenth century building seems to have survived the passing...
Since joining the jewellery department as manager in April 2018, her joy has been evident. With her passion for jewellery and their past history, sales in Paris are sure to scintillate. By Eric JansenWhen Christie's offered her the position she had not turned thirty. A tender age to take charge of a department, and especially the jewellery department. François Curiel had however rapidly assessed Violaine d'Astorg’s potential and didn’t hesitate to poach her from Osenat where she had been working...