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A furnished rental apartment in the 13th arrondissement: Chinatown

The 13th district of Paris is home to the famous Chinatown, bordered by the triangle formed by the avenues of d'Ivry and de Choisy and the Massena boulevard. It is the meeting-point of the Asian communities of Île-de-France and residents and tourists in search of scenery in the heart of the capital.


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Rent an apartment in Chinatown with Lodgis

In Chinatown, you will find all things Chinese: hairdressers, supermarkets, restaurants and many other Asian shops and Buddhist temples can be found alongside the new buildings of the Olympiade Esplanade. In the residential heart of the neighbourhood, there is also a large roofed pagoda in the shopping centre, which was actually built BEFORE the arrival of the Asian community!

Unlike the 'Chinatown' areas in New York or London, the houses and buildings in the area do not have particularly picturesque architectural styles. The neighbourhood is not, contrary to what people think, predominantly inhabited by Asians. It is essentially a focal point for the Asian community, especially for one-off point off events such as the Chinese New Year. Lodgis now have furnished apartments to rent in Chinatown.

Renting in Chinatown: Life in a neighbourhood that is dynamic and affordable

If you are looking for an apartment in a unique area of ​​Paris, or if you come from Asia and are suffering from homesickness, then you will probably find Chinatown in the 13th district very appealing. It is an area of contrasts; picture the scene of Chinese food and gift shops with their shop signs standing out in large letters in the Asian fashion, alongside the stark modern buildings of the Olympiade Esplanade, built in the 1970s. There are many different types of accommodations, as well as offices, a shopping centre and the Oslo Mercury gallery. Built on the site of a former freight terminal, are the six towers of the residential complex. Each bear the name of a former Olympic city and are a veritable symbol of the social mix with council housing, duplexes, apartments for rent and even artists' workshops.

The district offers a multiplicity of food shopping choices, with two major Chinese supermarkets, Tang Frères and Paristore, alongside the European chain stores, such as Carrefour, Casino and Franprix. If you have children, the triangle of Choisy is ideal. There is a kindergarten in the Rue de Choisy and a primary school in the Avenue d'Ivry. Older children can attend the Gustave Flaubert and Gabriel Faure colleges, also located respectively in the Avenue d'Ivry and Avenue de Choisy. North of Chinatown, the paths of Choisy Park are welcoming to both walkers and joggers.

As for restaurants, there are rotisseries and sandwich shops; the restaurants and boutiques are mainly Chinese as you would expect. If you like Asian culture, renting an apartment in the 13th Chinatown will be perfect. The street life in the quarter is vibrant and inexpensive... you will be able to have an enjoyable time! If you opt for a furnished apartment with Lodgis, your accommodation in Chinatown will be ready to move straight into. All you have to do is to relax and enjoy your stay in Paris.


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