Apartment rentals in the 15th arrondissement of Paris

Furnished flat rentals in Paris 15

Located in the south-west of Paris on the left bank of the Seine river, the 15th, with nearly 240,000 inhabitants, is officially the most populous arrondissement in the capital. It was originally formed of the two ancient towns of Vaugirard and Grenelle (La Motte-Picquet) and has been part of the city of Paris since 1860.


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Live in the 15th : both tranquil and populated district

Paris 15 is a very pleasant arrondissement in which to live and comprises the four administrative quarters of Saint-Lambert, Necker, Grenelle and Javel. The 15th is bordered by the Avenue de Suffren and the Boulevard Montparnasse in the north-east, by the ring road to the south, and by the Seine in the west, whilst the 14th arrondissement lies on its eastern border. A so populated neighborhood as the 15th arrondissement (it's the most populated district of Paris) is definitely a lively area: but it doesn't mean you'll feel cramped in the 15th district, not at all! Despite its high number of inhabitants, the 15th arrondissement is also one of the biggest district of Paris (the third on). So, it makes it also a good area for people looking for tranquility! If you want to find accommodation in a neighborhood where you'll always meet people but where you'll also find a tranquil atmosphere if needed, the 15th district is perfect for you!

A very residential arrondissement, with plenty of services : Paris 15

The 15th arrondissement is known for its tranquil atmosphere and residential areas sprinkled with parks and gardens. With many of public- and private schools (kindergartens, lycées, collèges, an école supérieure de commerce, an école de cinéma), Paris 15 also has many sport facilities such as bowling alleys, stadiums, swimming pools, gyms and sports centres, not to mention the l'Aquaboulevard – the largest urban water park in Europe. On the attractive waterfront, visitors can take a cruise along the Seine or enjoy a stroll out to L'île aux Cygnes from the port of Grenelle.

Paris 15 has excellent health provision with a number of clinics, medical centers and hospitals. Those living in the 15th also enjoy easy access to La Petite Ceinture, a green space created from an old disused railway line linking the Place Balard to the Rue Olivier-de-Serres. To get fresh food, residents of the 15th can go to one of several markets spread around the arrondissement, such as the Marché au Poisson, the Marché Cervantès or the fruit and vegetable market on the Boulevard de Grenelle. Living in Paris 15 is also a great opportunity to visit its art galleries, or see a play in one of the arrondissement's many theatres. There is also the renowned Exhibition Centre at the Porte de Versailles which hosts major events in Paris (the Book Fair, the International Boat Show, the Paris Fair...).

If you wish to rent an apartment in Paris with your family, Lodgis recommends the fifteenth district. The service offer is complete and will give both young or old people whole satisfaction. You can do sport, have fun (there are lots of sports complexes with many activities you can practice inside or outside), rest and refresh yourself (the several green spaces of the 15th district)... There are plenty of leisure, as well as the infrastructures : schools, hospitals... There's definitely everything in this arrondissement. Rent an apartment with Lodgis and you'll benefit from an already furnished and arranged accommodation, ready to move into which will make you stay in this district of Paris very enjoyable..

We also offer apartment rentals near the Porte de Saint Cloud or the Porte de Versailles.

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