Dresden is popular—and not only with the younger generation. More and more older people are moving to the city because they now also have the time to explore the rich culture and natural beauty of the Elbe Valley.
At the Palaisplatz, right in the historic baroque district of Dresden Neustadt, the CG Group is currently developing an elegant housing complex. New and modern buildings are being constructed next to the listed Brandversicherungsanstalt (fire insurance institution), the façades of which will blend in perfectly with the baroque neighbourhood.
|Sales volume (GDV):||69,785,000 EUR|
|Area for rent/sale:||14,782 m²|
|Car parking spaces:||205|
|Construction period:||June 2018 to June 2021|
|Year of construction:||2021|
|Object condition:||First time use|
|Major Energy Carrier:||district heating|
|Description:||2- to 5-room|
The letting starts in the raw construction phase.
The object will be sold turnkey and fully leased to a capital investment company (Versorgungskasse).
Dresden has approximately 550,000 inhabitants. In terms of population, it is the twelfth largest city in Germany and, just after the slightly more populous city of Leipzig, is the second largest city in the state. As the state capital of Saxony, Dresden is the political and cultural centre as well as the main traffic hub in the metropolitan area of Dresden, which is considered one of the most economically dynamic regions in the Federal Republic.
Within Saxony, Dresden represents an important economic and scientific centre and is home to numerous research institutes (Fraunhofer Society, Max Planck Society, etc.) as well as many well-known companies in the fields of microelectronics, information technology, biotechnology and electrical engineering.
However, the city is also of considerable cultural importance—from 2004 to 2009, it was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In addition to its numerous art collections, historically significant buildings from a variety of eras count themselves among the city's attractions.
|Macro environment area:||328 km²|
|Macro environment population:||550,000|
|Macro environment population density:||1,634 Einwohner je km²|
|Macro environment unemployment rate:||6.1 %|
|Macro environment purchase power index:||81.2|
The Innere Neustadt neighbourhood lies opposite Dresden’s inner Old Town area and is connected to the southern riverbank by four bridges. The roads over these bridges run through Innere Neustadt in the direction of Albertplatz where they join many other important roads. As it lies within the Dresden’s town fortress, the neighbourhood is deemed a historic new part of the city. The restaurant and retail industries are most prevalent here, though the area is home to many other locally and culturally significant buildings such as the Erich Kästner Museum, the Japanese Palace, the Museum of Ethnology, the Jägerhof and the Jazzclub Tonne.
|Micro environment area:||18.00 km²|
|Micro environment population:||7,191|
|Micro environment population density:||4,000 Einwohner je km²|
|Micro environment purchase power index:||80.7|
|Distance to city centre:||1.8 km|
|Distance to railway station:||0.5 km|
|Distance to motorway:||3.4 km|
|Distance to nursery:||0.8 km|
|Distance to local public transport:||0.2 km|
|Distance to school:||0.5 km|
Integration of a newly constructed building into the baroque area of Dresden’s Old Town, providing the historically baroque typology with a top-quality appearance, while staying contextually true by drawing on baroque design elements.