90 serviced apartments will be built in the up-and-coming Berg am Laim district of Munich.
On the plot of approx. 1,620 m², 90 units with approx. 3,750 m² GFA will be built.
Our planning includes an operator concept for serviced apartments. The planned new building will be completely planned and is available for outright sale.
Please contact us for further information.
Munich is the capital of the Free State of Bavaria.
With about 1.5 million inhabitants, it is the most populous city in Bavaria and the third largest municipality in Germany. Munich is ranked among the world’s top cities and is considered a centre of culture, politics, science and media.
Munich’s very well-developed infrastructure enables rail, road and air transport.
The federal roads B2, B2R, B11, B12, B13 and B304 all lead through Munich. The Autobahn motorways A8, A9, A92, A94, A95, A96, A99 and the A995 start in Munich or lead there.
Munich is well connected to the international rail network; besides the main station, there are 20 more stations. There are direct connections to major German and European cities. Munich Airport can be reached in a few minutes by S-Bahn suburban railway.
The international airport of Munich is the second largest airport in Germany and the seventh largest in Europe. More than 106 airlines use Munich Airport and fly to almost 264 national and international destinations.
The state capital Munich is one of the most economically successful German cities and is also one of the leading economic metropolises when compared to other international cities. Particularly strongly represented industries in Munich are automotive and mechanical engineering and electrical engineering.
Pioneering sectors such as software and IT technology also rely on the Munich location as well, which is what earned the city its nickname “Isar Valley”. In addition, Munich is the largest financial centre after Frankfurt. Due to the large amount of insurance companies, the city has developed into the insurance capital of Germany. Six DAX companies have their headquarters in Munich. Among them are global players such as Allianz SE, BMW, Siemens and Infineon. This is also the reason why Munich ranks third in the “European Regional Economic Growth Index” out of 326 European regions with the greatest economic and structural development potential* and eighth in the worldwide ranking of Global 500 companies.
In addition, Munich has the most amount of resident publishing houses worldwide after New York, making it a German media hub. This balanced and strong economy in Munich attracts a number of companies.
approx. 1,620 m²
approx. 3,750 m²