shop gallery 97 turenne


THE RUE DE TURENNE, historically the street of wholesalers, has become over the years an emblematic and essential street in the “Bretagne – Vielle du Temple – Place des Vosges” district in the heart of the Marais. Its north-south axis between rue de Bretagne and place des Vosges linking the Marais and Haut-Marias, its galleries (Galerie Perrotin, Galerie Franck Elbaz, etc.), showrooms, Popup and its offer dedicated to the home (8 brands including Cassina, Farrow and Ball ) make it an important passageway benefiting from a constantly renewed offer attracting a large clientele.

This is a structuring place for the flow of neighborhood regulars, weekend strollers and an international clientele who have their habits there.

This shop-gallery is located at the strategic corner of rue de Turenne, rue de Poitou, rue du Pont-aux-Choux and rue Commines/Oberkampf, a compulsory passage for residents of the 11th arrondissement, metro users Saint-Sébastien and customers from boulevard Beaumarchais (Merci, Soeur, APC, Ami, etc.) who enter the Marais via rue du Pont-aux-Choux and rue Commines.

This former historic store in the neighborhood hosted clothing wholesalers for years, until it was taken over and renovated in 2013 by the Galerie “à Demain…” specializing in 20th century design.

With a surface area of 120 m2 on 2 levels located at the corner of the street in front of a traffic light, it has a large window of 2.70m and a large double door (1.90m opening) rue de Turenne, and 2 windows on the rue de Poitou side (2.7m and 2m).

The space consists of a ground floor with through light, 60 m2 and 3.6 m high ceilings, completed by a small bathroom (WC, sink, fridge, dishwasher, Nespresso machine and kettle).
The 1st floor consists of a large room of 60 m2 and 3.40 m high ceiling lit by 4 large windows. It also benefits from a small storage room.
The space is completed by a 20 m2 basement benefiting from shelving for storage.

Possibility of supplying racks and furniture selected from the great classics of 20th century design.

97, rue de Turenne 75003 Paris
M° Saint-Sébastien Froissart (line 8), Filles du Calvaire (line 8) or Oberkampf (Lines 5-9)
Parking nearby: 14 rue de Bretagne

Picture rails allow the hanging of many paintings, visuals or others.

Reversible air conditioning ensures optimal comfort.