Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo's plans include pedestrian and cycle-friendly amenities in an area now dominated by traffic and mass retail.
Two ancient houses survive, side-by-side on one of Paris's oldest streets.
Paris is ready to open a major Metro extension, part of an ambitious expansion for public transport in Paris.
Paris's mayor says the bike lanes rushed into service during the pandemic will remain after; most were already on the city's master plan for bike lanes.
How things have changed, and not, is hinted in these 1988 photos by JHeymont.
Paris is still determined to clean the Seine up for safe swimming by 2024, though the obstacles seem large and the progress small.
Cafés that were allowed to expand into street space will now be able to keep their extensions operating until next summer.
Another trip down memory lane with PHeymont, emphasizing scenes that are more memorable than monumental.
The lower banks of the Seine, close to the water, are a sometimes-hidden pleasure for walking the city.
Paris has hit the restart button on electric scooters, issuing new rules and giving permits to only three companies.
The seasonal beaches along the Seine have opened for the year, with some new features as well as the usual.
After a year of work, including considering some 'wild side' ideas, a commission has recommended a traditional spire for Notre Dame.
What first appeared to be an out-of-place dead tree in the Tuileries Gardens turned out to be a major work of art.
Sidewalk cafés have been given wide latitude to expand for now, but it's not clear yet how long that can last.
From high places across the city, PHeymont takes another look at one of his favorite cities.