Le Florian

A new real estate development


Nice's Old Port, a historical gem of the Mediterranean city, is about to undergo a major transformation thanks to an exciting new real estate development. Located at 10-12 Quai Papacino, this real estate initiative, known as "Le Florian" is part of the effort to breathe new life into this iconic location in the heart of Nice while preserving its authentic charm.


The complex was originally designed by architect Charles Marra in 1975. It spans multiple levels, including an underground area housing parking spaces and cellars, a ground floor, six straight floors, and a seventh-floor penthouse. Access to the different parts is provided through a main entrance housing two staircases and two elevators serving all floors.


After the completion of renovations, the real estate complex will consist of 38 apartments spread from the first to the seventh floor, three commercial spaces on the ground floor, an office space on the first floor, as well as 69 indoor and outdoor parking spots. Delivery is scheduled for the summer of 2024.


One of the undeniable assets of this real estate development is its privileged location in the heart of the Old Port. Nestled in a vibrant neighborhood, it offers immediate access to lively squares where restaurants, bars, and picturesque shops can be found. This lively and friendly atmosphere makes Nice's Old Port a preferred destination for residents and visitors alike.



Furthermore, public transportation enthusiasts will be delighted to know that this location is close to tram lines 1 and 2, as well as the Riquier train station, served by several bus and TER (Regional Express Train) lines. The Thiers train station, connecting Nice to numerous destinations via TER and TGV (high-speed trains), is also easily accessible from the Old Port.


For lovers of sustainable mobility, a bike path is located in front of the real estate development. It runs along the coast, providing easy and quick access to the city center. This initiative aligns with Nice's overall goal to promote an active and environmentally friendly lifestyle.

1. A Fish Market on the Port: This initiative aims to revitalize the port by establishing a fish market, strengthening the connection between the sea and the residents.

2. Pedestrian Promenade to Quai Rauba Capeu: A pedestrian promenade will be created to allow residents and visitors to fully enjoy the breathtaking sea view.

3. Creation of Hanging Gardens: To introduce greenery and tranquility, hanging gardens will be established, offering an outdoor relaxation space.


In addition to the immediate benefits of the Old Port, this real estate development provides easy access to many attractive sites in Nice. Among the nearby iconic places are the Nice Etoile shopping center, the famous Colline du Château (Castle Hill), Place Masséna, the Museum of Modern Art, and the renowned Promenade des Anglais.


The new real estate development at Nice's Old Port represents a unique opportunity to invest in a picturesque neighborhood undergoing a renaissance. With its ideal location, convenient transportation infrastructure, and integration into the Port de Lympia rehabilitation project, it offers an exceptional quality of life to its future residents. For those seeking the charm of Old Nice combined with modern living, this real estate development is an opportunity not to be missed. Nice's Old Port, a true jewel of the French Riviera, comes back to life and promises a bright future for its inhabitants.


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