The Square of Gold offers a warm and lively atmosphere by its numerous shops which give it a most pleasant lifestyle in one of the most animated sectors of the region. There are many bars, restaurants and other hotels directly on the beach, alongside the "Promenade des Anglais", but also many shops and other delicatessens which are the delight of residents and tourists. Farther north, we find the residential district of the Square of Gold, made up of elegant buildings of the nineteenth and twentieth. Shops in this area are more discreet, they are mainly frequented by the residents of the district.
|Surface type (Av.):||200 m2|
|Min price (Av.):||1,000,000 €|
|Med price (Av.):||1,500,000 €|
|Max price (Av.):||2,900,000 €|
Even though market prices have declined over the last five years, considering it to be stalled, the market has been stable since 2014. It allowed a slight increase in prices. This stabilization has led to an increase in available offers at more competitive prices. As a result, in areas such as Nice, Antibes and Cannes, the number of transactions is up. Saint‐Tropez hadn’t been spared, after having exceptional years, and experienced crisis. But since 2016 transactions has begun to restart. Today, investing in Cote d’Azur is also a guarantee of profitability. In addition, foreign buyers have favorable legislation and benefit from the euro decrease against dollar. These elements allowed to relaunch a market frozen since few years.
Cote d'Azur attracts a clientele of wealthy local families, liberal professions workers, business leaders or senior managers, as well as a diversified international clientele looking for quiet, green and close location to the city center for holidays, with an easy access and many cultural activities.
Before any investment, international foreigners must approach an industry professional to know the conditions related to this investment.
The professional must first collect the primary information of the buyer: his nationality, his country of residence, his professional situation and his matrimonial regime.
Members of the European Union and countries signatories to a special agreement with France, benefit from special regimes.
On the other hand, foreign buyers do not need to constitute a company to benefit from another status and therefore depend on a different legal and fiscal regime.
From October to April temperatures are at the lowest on the Cote d'Azur, even if they rarely fall below 10 degrees.
Moreover, it is during this period that the Cote d'Azur records the most precipitation.
From April to September, temperatures range from 20 to 30 degrees. The months of June and September are the most pleasant, temperatures are slightly lower and their tourist power of attraction is less important.
From July to August, with more than 800 hours of sunshine, this is the most beautiful period to stay on the Côte d'Azur.
It is also the most popular period for tourists from all over Europe.
Charles Nègre was undoubtedly one of the pioneers of photography and one of the most gifted artists of the nineteenth century (1820-1880). After having worked in Paris, he decided to come and photograph the South-East of France, which made him one of the first photographers of the Maritime Alps. Dead in oblivion in his hometown, Nice, he will be rediscovered in 1936 thanks to the efforts of his grandson to promote his works and his talent. Newly established in the heart of Old Nice, the Museum of Photography took his name. It is now a temporary exhibition venue for the biggest names in photography. The mission of Charles Nègre museum is to gather a complete photographic collection of Nice and its region through research in archives, and entrusting missions photographers many heritage inventory missions. Today the museum has more than 1700 images and 220 objects.
Located on the edge of the Old Nice district, the MAMAC (museum of modern and contemporary art) is an important monument of Niçois country, with its purified and modern architecture, its artistic vocation and its location. Built in 1990, the museum has a surface area of 4000m2, separated over nine rooms and three levels. It houses more than 1300 works, from more than 300 artists, mainly French and American, from the 1950s to the present. The expositions and works essentially follow the movements of the "new European realism" and the American expression of "art of assembly" and "Pop Art". The museum is open all year round except January 1st, Easter Sunday, May 1st and December 25th
Classified as an "Historical Monument", Nice Opera is located in an urban area in the Old Nice district. It has undergone numerous renovations since its creation, the most important one took place after the terrible fire that completely destroyed the theater on March 23, 1881.
At that time its reconstruction is entrusted to the architect François Aune, former student of Gustave Eiffel. The building today is more than 19m high and includes a large room that can accommodate 1,100 guests. It also has its own production center called "Le Diacosmie", which is a building that houses all the functions of construction, study, creation, storage and rehearsal, essential for the life of a large theater .
The interior decoration is the result of a compromise between traditional Niçoises, Francophile and aesthetic influences of a cosmopolitan public. The room is also composed of veritable small intimate lounges, giving everyone the freedom to participate in a show according to a philosophy that privileges autonomy, without hampering the collective comfort. Opera de Nice offers around a hundred performances every year for the pleasure of its national and international clientele.
Located in the South-East of France, Côte d'Azur covers part of the Bouches du Rhone, the Var department, the Maritimes Alps and the Principality of Monaco.
Its geographical position gives it the advantage of a Mediterranean climate, soft and sunny.
Moreover, Cote d'Azur benefits from a wide range of landscapes: the charm of its sunny beaches, the Calanques of the Provences coastline, which offer a protected and idyllic panorama, but also landscapes made up of valleys dedicated to the agriculture and vines.
All these elements make the Cote d'Azur a place highly appreciated by foreign investors.
The activities developed by tourism and economics activities allow prestigious real estate, hotels, ...