valuation France

BNP Paribas Real Estate Valuation France has 11 regional offices in France valuing assets in: Rouen, Paris, Bordeaux, Grenoble, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes, Nice, Strasbourg and Toulouse

At the heart of the Auvergne Rhone Alpes Region, Grenoble is a dynamic property market thanks to its growing business sectors. Discover Grenoble’s property market

Property valuation in Grenoble

Our real estate valuers in France are able to value your property across the country. Furthermore, they understand the specificities of each property market in Grenoble thanks to market insights from our research and data analytics department.

Understanding property value in Grenoble

With a population of approximately 155,600*, Grenoble is a dynamic city in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, known for its thriving business sector. As a member of the French Tech programme, the city launched Digital Grenoble, a network of entrepreneurs and start-ups. 

In addition to attracting start-ups, Grenoble’s tertiary sector has long attracted occupiers, investors and banks to the city’s Europole business district. 

Less than an hour away from three international airports (Geneva International, Lyon St. Exupéry and Grenoble International), Grenoble’s proximity to business centres across Europe has made it a favourite for multinational companies in the tertiary sector. 

Grenoble is also undergoing a significant transformation: Quartier Pôle Presqu’île is a neighbourhood currently being developed to add mixed-use buildings and increase the amount of public and office space by 100,000 sq. m by 2018. A new motorway surrounding the city will connect the city centre to outlying districts and enhance traffic and connections between the city’s different districts by 2021.  

Whether you wish to estimate the property value of a commercial, logistics or retail asset in Grenoble, our valuers will cater their property valuations to your needs. 

Property valuation in Grenoble’s different submarkets

Property valuation in Europole




The city’s main business districts are Europole and Grenoble Presqu’île. Europole is the largest business district in Grenoble and is well connected to the city’s other business districts via train and tramway. It is also home to a World Trade Centre and the Grenoble Business School.  

Neighbouring Grenoble Presqu’ile is a district that was developed to increase the number of residential, office and student housing properties in the district while adding to overall public space. It is home to a number of research facilities, including GIANT (Grenoble Innovation for Advanced New Technologies) research campus. 




Property valuation in Greater Grenoble





In Greater Grenoble, business centres such as Centr’Alp 2 (10 minutes from the city centre ) are home to several industrial and logistics companies. Neighbouring Centr’Alp 1 attracts high-tech and ICT companies to 226 hectares of office and commercial space. 





Property valuation in Alliés-Alpins




Alliés-Alpins is another district of note, drawing commercial and logistics players to its numerous warehouse spaces. It is also known for its historic quarter, which includes Georges Pompidou Park and The Pacific Centre for Choreography. 

Our valuers understand local market and rental values and can guide you in your property valuations across all sectors in Grenoble.


*Source: UN




Our team in Grenoble:

Our BNP Paribas Real Estate Valuation France team has been in the Grenoble urban area for years. Experienced valuers understand the territory and the city’s growing industries. BNP Paribas Real Estate – Valuation experts in Grenoble are specialised by asset type and can guide you in your property valuations whether you wish to value a hotel, retail, or residential asset.





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