Renowned for its streets named after famous musicians such as Verdi, Berlioz and Rossini, the Musicians' neighbourhood boasted beautiful bourgeois palaces and vegetable gardens before becoming the symbol of Belle Epoque architecture in Nice during the late nineteenth century. Since then, the neighbourhood also includes an array of Art Déco buildings.
Located between the Boulevard Victor Hugo, the Avenue Jean Médecin, the Boulevard Gambetta and the train station to the North, the Musicians’ neighbourhood has since become appreciated for the quality of its real estate but also for its immediate proximity to the very centre of Nice. There are local shops and restaurants, schools and green spaces.
The Mozart parking lot provides visitors with access to parking their vehicles easily and the tram line and train station are less than a five minute walk away.
Predominantly inhabited by middle-aged people, the prices are rather high there compared to the average in Nice, but there are quite regularly apartments to renovate, providing good investment opportunities.