Properties in Grenoble.  At this tram stop, prices per m2 reach record highs

Properties in Grenoble. At this tram stop, prices per m2 reach record highs

Line B of the Grenoble tram is the one where the price per m2 is the highest. (©UM / ActuGrenoble)

Real estate prices are skyrocketing. Throughout Grenoble’s public transport network, buses and trams criss-cross neighborhoods marked by inequality.

North of the capital of the Alps, price per m2 is particularly high, but property prices are relatively low in the south.

Of the five lines in circulation, there is a tram stop here, where the price of goods is the most important.

Grand Sablon, north of Grenoble

With estimates The best agents placing the price per m2 at €4,153, the Grand Sablon stop is where the surrounding properties are the most expensive.

This crossing point of tram line B is located in the city of La Tronche, in the metropolis of Grenoble. Among the 82 stations, the Grand Sablon station is heaven (or hell). real estate market.

Contrary to what it might seem, the average price per m2 is not fixed in the city center. In this ranking, the stops that complete the podium are at La Tronche (Hospital) and Fontanil-Cornillon (Palluel).

Tram stops where the price per m2 is the highest

Grand Sablon: €4,153
La Tronche-Hospital: €4,006
Fontanil-Cornillon Palluel: €3,654
Rafour: €3,654
Prism: EUR 3,642
Green Island: €3,623
Notre-Dame-Museum: €3,505
Mas des Iles: €3,487
Sainte-Claire Les Halles: €3,464
Sport level: €3,460

Three times more expensive than some stops

This study of a specialized site in Grenoble confirms once again the imbalance in terms of prices in the real estate sector. Whether north of Grenoble and neighboring cities enjoy a booming real estate market, not all districts.

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The price per m2 in the district served by the Grand Sablon stop is three times higher than at Pôle Sud-Alpexpo. It is located on line A of the tram and breaks the sad record of the stop where the price per m2 is the lowest.

Top 10 cheapest resorts

  • South Pole-Alpexpo: €1,409
  • Grand’Place: €1,447
  • The Barns: €1,946
  • Surieux: €2,145
  • Echirolles-Station: EUR 2,164
  • Harlequin: €2,175
  • Essart-La Butte: €2,189
  • Star: €2,229
  • La Bruyere: €2,262
  • City Hall-La Source: €2,280

It should be noted that on line B, which crosses the city of Grenoble via Gières and La Tronche, the average price per m2 is the highest of all lines in the transport network, as it is estimated at €3,345.

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