About the property
- Project category: Residential property
- Project type: Listed properties
- Purchase: 2021
About the location
- Bevorzugte Lage im Paulusviertel nördlich der Altstadt von Halle
- Optimale Anbindung an das städtische Bus- und Bahnnetz
- Starker Industrie- und Wirtschaftsund Wissenschaftsstandort
- Investment amount: EUR 3.600.000
- (planned) revenue*: EUR 5.700.000
Note: *) This value is a forecast.
The independent city of Halle (Saale) is located in the south of the Federal State of Saxony-Anhalt. With an area of 135.02 km² and 240,000 inhabitants, it is the fourth largest city in the eastern federal states. Halle (Saale) is surrounded by a motorway ring with the federal motorways 9, 14 and 38. Several class A roads run through the city, starting or ending there. Halle (Saale) main railway station offers connections on over 13 platforms. Halle/Leipzig airport is 28 kilometres from the city.
Star Park industrial estate and Weinberg Campus technology park are the core locations of the companies settled here. The main industries focus on renewable energies, sensor technology, electromobility and biotechnology. Weinberg Campus Technology Park has over 5,000 employees, while Star Park covers an area of 230 hectares and has more than 3,500 employees.
Due to its contemporary architecture and historical buildings, Halle (Saale) is also popular with tourists. In 2017, the city counted 420,000 overnight stays. Popular attractions include the opera house, the municipal theatre, the church on the market square and Giebichenstein Castle. At the same time, the municipality offers large green spaces for walking and relaxing.
The Paulus quarter is located in the northern borough. The Paulus quarter is a residential area around St Paul's Church on the Hasenberg, which once gave it its name. It is located in the north of Halle between Paracelsusstrasse, Reilstrasse and Ludwig-Wucherer-Strasse. The Wilhelminian Quarter is one of the most attractive residential areas in Halle, characterised by buildings from the typical styles of the time: Historicism, Youth Style and New Objectivity. Around 12,000 people live in the Paulus quarter in Halle. The quarter was built in the 20th century as a centre for well-off citizens and is still a very prestigious place to live in the city today.
The circular Rathenauplatz is located around St Paul's Church. The streets run in a star shape from this square. Among them is Schleiermacherstrasse 5, which is only 400 metres away to the north-west of St Paul's Church. The quiet residential area is not far from the city centre. A shopping street is only a 5-minute walk away, along which you will find a variety of restaurants, bars, grocery shops and pharmacies. Dittenbergerstrasse 6 is 800 metres away to the south-east of St Paul's Church. From there, the shopping street is also within a few minutes' walk. The Paracelsusstrasse class A road and the city railway stop at the water tower can also be reached in 500 metres.