Projektentwicklung Wohnen GmbH
Aachener Straße 186
Phone +49 221 2025-871
Fax +49 221 2025-9871
Address: Scheidtweilerstr. / Maarweg
Total living space: approx. 9,830 m²
Total units: 14 owner-occupied apartment
Realisation period: 2014-2017
Vibrant elegance. A new way of living in Cologne’s Marienburg district.
One of Cologne’s largest residential projects is beautifying the city’s south. Construction of a new residential estate is under way on the grounds of the city’s former mounted-police barracks. An ensemble of four- to seven-storey residential buildings with two to five rooms as well as penthouse apartments ranging in size from about 70 m² to about 160 m² is grouped along a central square that runs the entire length of the estate in an East-West direction. Its vibrant, loosely settled architecture, landscaped areas, as well as play areas for children, as well as the integration of retail and commercial units make QUARTIER REITERSTAFFEL more than just another residential estate: It is a quarter that will make you feel very much at home.
Stylish, elegantly car free, and with plenty of space for living – this is the new QUARTIER REITERSTAFFEL housing estate.
Further information about the project can be found here: www.quartier-reiterstaffel.de
The new-build project CarlstadtUfer will add a small and distinguished address to this area of the City. Situated directly on the "Alter Hafen" in the Old Town of Düsseldorf (Altstadt), the apartments enjoy spectacular views of the harbour basin, the river Rhine, the famous skyline of Oberkassel or the picturesque narrow streets of the Old Town. A broad mix of apartments means that every occupant will be able to find his perfect home. Project realisation: CORPUS SIREO Projektentwicklung Düsseldorf GmbH; apartment sales handled by CORPUS SIREO Makler GmbH in Düsseldorf.
Further project information can be found at www.carlstadtufer.de.
The former pilgrimage destination Thalkirchen still retains much of its former village nature, and is
considered to be the green lung of Munich. Due to its location along the river Isar, the district fulfills
a significant recreation and leisure function for the entire city. The so-called Floßlände, the terminus
for raft trips on the river Isar, is known throughout the country.
The site of the new-build project hochufer is embedded in a neighbourhood of old villas. hochufer
not only enjoys excellent transport links; it also benefits from the view across the Isar valley.
The process of selling the apartments has already started, and construction work will commence in
the summer of 2016. According to current planning, the first residents will be able to move into their
new home in the spring of 2018.
Address: Graf-Ottenburg-Str 11, München-Trudering
Sales volume: approx. 25 Mio. €
Gross residential area: approx. 4.000 m²
Number of residential units: 57
Realisation period: 2015 - 2017
A further milestone has been successfully attained: the realization competition for the project in Paul-Gerhardt-Allee in Munich was decided in October 2015. The winner chosen by the jury was Grassinger Emrich Architekten GmbH.
The Company’s idea: A prominent residential tower with high-quality skylofts as apartments with galleries in the upper storeys of the building. The tower is adjoined by four and six storeys with coloured facades. A further benefit for the residents: front gardens and inner courtyards provide extensive green spaces.
Ralph Scherer, branch manager at CORPUS SIREO Projektentwicklung Wohnen in Munich, has the following to say:”Grassinger Emrich Architekten provided convincing arguments with a successful design for the quarter. A residential tower at the entrance to the quarter sets a special accent, and the four and six storeys featuring different colours combine to produce an individual quarter with character.”
CORPUS SIREO Projektentwicklung Wohnen GmbH is constructing new buildings with approx. 300 residential units and 300 underground parking spaces on the site which covers approx. 16,000 square metres. The first residents are expected to move into their new homes in 2018.