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The flats of this Résidétape offer a surface area of 20 m² to 55m². The decoration is sober and combines practicality and elegance. Carefully chosen, the furniture is multifunction and the storage areas are tailor-made to optimize your living space. We have thought about everything: tableware, bedding sheets, household appliances… All you need to do is to settle in!
At Résidétape, you pay an all-inclusive fee covering your rent as well as all utility bills (water, electricity, heating,…).
At the residence of Marseille, this fee depends on the flat type:
Depending on your situation, you will be able to apply for personalised housing benefits (French “APL”). The amount you will get depends on your income. Our flats are primarily allocated to applicants sponsored by our partners: mainly the national government, the city council, and Action Logement.
In the heart of the 5th district, the Résidétape is located in the dynamic area of the Conception, a few minutes away from the Castellane square. You can reach all the necessary facilities in a few minutes’ walk: shops, services and public facilities.
The district is well-served by public transports. The metro station Baille (line 1) is a few steps away from the Résidétape.
The Résidétape of Marseille offers 134 furnished and fully-equipped flats, mostly studios. A shared common space, the Open space, is at your disposal to work, study, relax or meet your neighbours. You can benefit from handy services such as a launderette opened 7 days a week, secured bicycle parking spaces and a WIFI access with a preferential rate.
Our staff is made of the residence manager and a social advisor who are here to assist you Monday to Friday.
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Metro station: Baille – Métro 1
Bus stop: Baille Gouffe – Bus 54 and 74
7 minutes away from the Castellane square
145 bis Boulevard Baille
13005 Marseille 04 91 92 43 41
The Residétapes are aimed at people in contact with employment
(permanent and fixed-term contracts, self-employed, temporary workers, apprentices) or who are in training (trainee or student)