Our magazine approaches autumn with optimism: the weather will be lovely, it will rain and the ground will be waterlogged. But careful! The river Paillon that runs across Nice had devastating floods in the past. We have the story. Still in Nice, a local institution held our attention ”Le Bouquet de Nice”. This florist’s shop settled in the neighbouring districts of Riquier and the Harbour over forty years ago when Michelle met José. It is this issue love story. And now, we want to bring to your attention the operation we have organized for 3 years in favour of Lenval Child Hospital. 20 artists changed wooden Christmas trees into works of art, which were sold at an auction sale. The amount of the sale (95000 euros last year) was entirely paid to Lenval fund. As we renew the operation this year, we invite you to join us at Nice Opera house in mid December. Let’s bring some relief to children in hospital…
Our agenda mentions a few events not to be missed, from the Mouans Sartoux “Festival du Livre” to the creation of a ballet at Nice Opera House.
Our tax experts tell you all that you must know about the rate of VAT applies on building work.
Again, in our real estate section, you will find the sort of properties Century21 Lafage Transactions provide in their 8 agencies between Beaulieu Saint Jean Cap Ferrat and Nice Harbour and Nice Centre. In each of them, you will meet real estate experts in residence, commercial premises and investment. So, don’t hesitate to drop in one of them to explain your needs; our agents will guide you in in the choice that best meets your expectations. They will assist you through every stage of a purchase or a sale from financial problems to legal ones as well.
Benjamin Mondou, President of Century 21 Lafage Transactions, his colleagues and the Petit Immo editorial board wish you the best come back.