9th arrondissement of Paris
|9th arrondissement of Paris|
|French municipal arrondissement|
Boulevard Haussmann in the 9th arrondissement.
Paris and its closest suburbs
|• Mayor||Delphine Bürkli|
|• Total||2.18 km2 (0.84 sq mi)|
|Population (2011 census)|
|• Estimate (2005)||60,120|
|• Density||26,000/km2 (66,000/sq mi)|
|^[p] Population sans doubles comptes: single count of residents of multiple communes (e.g. students and military personnel).|
The 9th arrondissement (IXe arrondissement), located on the Right Bank, is one of the 20 arrondissements of Paris, France. It contains many places of cultural, historical and architectural interest, including the Palais Garnier, home to the Paris Opera, Boulevard Haussmann and its large department stores Galeries Lafayette and Printemps. Along with the 2nd and 8th arrondissements, it hosts one of the business centers of Paris, located around the Opéra.
While most people exiting the metro north of the 9th arrondissement likely head towards Montmartre, others head to SoPi (South of Pigalle), to enjoy the many restaurants, bars and cafés the district has to offer. This is a young and vibrant part of the city with rue des Martyrs being one of its most famous points of entry. The area attracts sophisticated eaters to establishments such as Popelinis, Rose Bakery, Braisenville, Le Pantruche & Les Canailles. Many articles have been written about what's hip new and happening including yhe Guardian's Paris Travel Guide: A Day in South Pigalle - "South Pigalle, once a quieter corner of Paris, has picked up a new nickname, SoPi, and gone all BoBo (bourgeois bohemian) as a slew of stylish restaurants, bars and shops open in the area"
- Main streets and squares 1.1
- Places of interest 1.2
- Economy 2
- Historical population 3.1
- Immigration 3.2
- See also 4
- References 5
- External links 6
The land area of this arrondissement is 2.179 km2 (0.841 sq. miles, or 538 acres).
Main streets and squares
- rue des Martyrs (partial)
- Boulevard Haussmann (partial)
- Rue de la Chaussée-d'Antin
- Passage du Havre
- Square Montholon
Places of interest
- Bibliothèque-Musée de l'Opéra National de Paris
- Paris Olympia
- Folies Bergère at 32, rue Richer
- Fondation Dosne-Thiers
- Hôtel Drouot, auction house
- Opera Garnier ("Paris Opera")
- Galeries Lafayette (flagship store) at 40, boulevard Haussmann
- Printemps department store (flagship store)
- Musée de la Franc-Maçonnerie
- Musée Grévin
- Musée Gustave Moreau at 14, rue de la Rochefoucauld
- Musée du Parfum
- Musée de la Vie Romantique
- Parts of Pigalle area
- Takashimaya Paris
Wikimedia France has its offices in the arrondissement.
Until June 1995 the head office of Société Générale was in this arrondissement. On that month the head office moved to the Société Générale Towers. The former head office remains as the company's registered office.
The peak population of the 9th arrondissement occurred in 1901, when it had 124,011 inhabitants. Since then, the arrondissement has widely attracted business activity. As a result, the population was in 1999 only 55,838 inhabitants, while it held 111,939 jobs.
(of French censuses)
(inh. per km²)
|1901 (peak of population)||124,011||56,912|
- Brunton, John. "Paris Travel Guide: A day in South Pigalle". The Guardian. Retrieved 17 May 2015.
- "Nous contacter". Wikimedia France. Retrieved on 8 May 2010.
- "Contacts". Groupe Danone. Retrieved on 23 March 2010.
- "Danone : regrouper les salariés dans un même bâtiment". Le Journal du Net. Retrieved on 26 July 2010.
- "Legal Information". BNP Paribas. Retrieved on 25 October 2011. "Registered Office : 16, Bd des Italiens - 75009 Paris (France)"
- "Office Locations". Kroll Inc. Retrieved on 14 August 2011. "Paris Place de l’Opéra 6 rue Halévy 75009 Paris France"
- "Société Générale : deux tours à la Défense". Le Journal du Net. Retrieved on 7 July 2010.
- "Legal information". Société Générale. Retrieved on 24 September 2009.
- Media related to at Wikimedia Commons
- 9th arrondissement travel guide from Wikivoyage