Triangle d’Or / Champs-Elysées
Golden Triangle is the part of the 8th district, bounded by Avenues Montaigne, George V and Champs-Elysees.
This district hosts the families of the high society of the old bourgeoisie and the wealthy nobility who want to emphasize their social status, as well as businesses and luxury boutiques.
These beautiful places attract businesses and embassies as a location because it corresponds to the image they intend create. An office in uptown, to the headquarters of a company, for a fashion house or a law firm, Golden Triangle becomes an asset in the communication strategy.
The destiny of the Golden Triangle is constantly referred to the Champs-Elysees, the proximity of the Seine and its growth goes in parallel to the growth of the west of Paris that develops in the nineteenth century.