Gohlis Nord, Leipzig
In 2017, a new era dawned for the former military base of the historic Army Bakery, when a unique residential project took shape over an area of more than 36,000 square metres.
The attractive site offers sufficient space for a total of 7 new buildings conforming to the latest state of technology. This has created an attractive living space, laid out as a park, with the over hundred year old bakery buildings, which provides the requirements of city life, while preserving a certain style and originalit.
The residential units - in the customary first-class Instone quality - leave nothing to be desired and guarantee an exceptional living environment. In the Army Bakery owner-occupier residences are being constructed to meet the needs both of property investors and owner-occupiers.
At an early stage, its central location guaranteed Leipzig a prominent position in mercantile trade. Since then, the city has experienced sensational economic development.
On the Reunification of Germany, many large corporations and groups settled in the region. This not only created a wealth of employment posts, it also definitively increased the attractiveness and development of the City of Leipzig. By locating their production sites here, companies like Amazon and DHL, together with the car manufacturers, Porsche and BMW, have made Leipzig famous not just as their local headquarters, but as their German headquarters.
Leipzig's inhabitants and visitors are spoiled for choice with respect to education and culture. As well as the extensive educational opportunities, a wealth of organisations, such as museums, theatres and libraries, together with cultural events such as concerts, lectures and sports events guarantee a diverse selection of leisure activities. In this, Leipzig plays in the first league, because with its Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, the city is the proud home of one of the best orchestras in the world. Eight higher education institutions, including two of the oldest universities in Germany and the Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy University of Music and Theatre, satisfy nearly every study aspiration and make Leipzig one of Germany's most popular university towns.
In the compact inner city, the magnificent passages and exhibition centres invite the passer-by to stroll and shop. From alluvial forest to the Monument to the Battle of the Nations, from industrial architecture to the scenery of the Neuseenland lake district, the surrounding districts offer much to see and discover. As well as enjoying unique, ambitious development as an economic centre, Leipzig's property market is also experiencing a boom. In particular, the revitalising of the many cultural and historical monuments from the period of the industrial expansion period of the 19th century has transformed the city into an architectural gem.
Well-tended housing complex: green, charming and close to the city.
The Army Bakery - an attractive residence in surroundings with excellent infrastructure. Gohlis-Nord stands for living in greenery. This district north of the city centre is today one of the best-known and loveliest in Leipzig. North of the city centre, the major attributes of stylish, attractive living come together. Its reputation as a high-quality residential location, pleasant to live in and in parts exclusive, runs ahead of this residential area and is already shaping its appearance. The district of Gohlis has been very popular for a long time, with a diverse history closely woven with the evolution of the city of Leipzig. For example, the first mention of Rosental is of its zoo in 1318. It is the oldest recreational area of the city and the residential green area of Gohlis