Die kreisfreie Stadt Würzbürg in Bayern bietet eine lebendige Kulturszene, idyllische Naturlandschaften und gilt seit der Ernennung der Würzburger Residenz, eines der bedeutensten Schlösser Europas als Welterbestadt der UNESCO. An diesem attraktiven Standort entehen im Zuge eines Neubauprojekts 42 neue Wohneinheiten und 50 Stellplätze.
About the property
- Project category: Residential property
- Project type: New building / project
- Building: 2023
- Purchase: 2022
About the location
- Lage im Stadtteil Dürrbachau am Wirtschafts- und Kulturstandort Würzburg
- UNESCO Welterbestadt
- Optimale Verkehrsanbidungdurch zentrale Lage
- Investment amount: 3.000.000,00
- (planned) revenue*: 6.000.000,00
Note: *) This value is a forecast.
The independent city of Würzburg belongs to the district of Lower Franconia and is the seventh largest city in Bavaria. With around 127,000 inhabitants and an area of 8.6 km², it has a population density of 1,449 inhabitants per km². Würzburg is divided into 13 boroughs, with the river Main flowing through the western part of the city. The city is known for its Rococo and Baroque architecture.
Transport and infrastructure
Würzburg is very popular because of its central location. As an important traffic hub, its central location offers optimal connections to the motorways. Five tram lines and numerous bus lines ensure mobility both within and outside the city. It is about 100 km from the city centre to Frankfurt am Main and 450 km to Berlin.
Tourism and sights
Historic buildings, residences and wine taverns accentuate the character of the city. Fas Falkenhaus, with its curved gables, is one of the most beautiful rococo façades in the entire southern Germany. The baroque palace building, the Würzburg Residence, dates from the 18th century and can still be visited today. Other attractions include the Juliusspital, the Bürgerspital, the Bismarck Tower and the botanical gardens.
Economy and industries
Würzburg is one of the most successful business locations in Germany. The economic sectors include services, construction, trade, transport, hospitality, fishing, manufacturing and processing, agriculture and forestry. The good geographical location and favourable locational factors make the municipality a respected wine-growing area. Accordingly, Würzburg is also known as the heart of the Franconian wine region.
Grombühlstrasse 1 in D-97080 Würzburg belongs to the Dürrbachau city district. The Dürrbach valley includes numerous hiking paths and cycling routes. The lively borough has around 6,000 residents and includes residential areas, vineyards and numerous commercial areas. More than 20 companies in the service and retail sectors are located in the Veitshöchheimer Strasse commercial area alone. To the east, the city district has numerous medical facilities and specialist clinics, which can be reached due to the central connection to the Rimparerstrasse main road. Hotels, bakeries and restaurants are also located here. Würzburg train station is located 1.5 km from Grombühlstrasse 1, which can also be reached from the nearby Brücknerstrasse and Wagnerplatz tram stops.