Focus on: Serviced Office Space in France
officebroker.com currently features 29 locations under a general search for France, and as the country becomes an increasingly popular destination for businesses seeking serviced office space, many more French towns and cities are expected to be added over the coming year.
The latest in a string of serviced offices in France to be added to the officebroker.com website is a property in Paris, located close to the banks of the River Seine.
The business centre occupies the first and second floors of a superb historic stone building on Rue de Grenelle, which has been fully renovated by architect Philippe Chiambaretta. The property wraps around a stunning central courtyard and offers many key facilities, including quality furnished office space and state-of-the art technology. Many offices also overlook the courtyard or ministry gardens.
Outside of Paris, serviced office properties have been added to the officebroker.com website in many other French locations, including historic Lyon, Marseille in the South of France, and Strasbourg, which is close to neighbouring Germany.
Lyon, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the second-largest city in France behind Paris, is a major commercial hub, and due to its East-Central often attracts business from all over the country.
The city is a major industrial centre, specialising in the chemical, pharmaceutical, and biotech sectors.
Marseille, reputedly the oldest city in France, is located on the South East coast of the country and is as popular with holidaymakers as it is with the business community.
Industry is dominated by the New Port of Marseille, which thrives on the transport and shipping sectors, and as such, the area benefits from excellent sea and air transport links as well as a healthy tourist trade. Around 90% of MarseilleΓÇÖs companies are small businesses.
Strasbourg, which was the first to receive a UNESCO World Heritage certification for an entire city centre, is located in the North-East of France, close to the border with Germany. It is an important European location, as it is home to several institutions such as the Council of Europe, the Eurocorps, and the European Parliament.
Strasbourg has a thriving business district and TGV rail links, offering travel to many other parts of France including Paris, along with easy access to Germany.
Search for additional business centre locations in France by using officebroker.com’s international office search facility.