Bayerischer Bahnhof Leipzig
The Bayerischer Bahnhof Leipzig, the starting point of the railway line through Hof to Munich, was opened in 1844 and served as an impulse for the development of the Petersvorstadt to a metropolitan urban area. Since then, the newly created Bayerischer Platz has welcomed incoming travellers. 1876 the cabbage railway station and depot located on the area of the railway station commenced operations. With the commissioning of the underground station to the new designed Mitteldeutsche S-Bahn-Netz in December 2013, the former area of railway, which has been lying idle for so long was no available for appropriate development. The quarter has an excellent transport connection to the city and is going to benefit from Leipzig’s pulsing life. The new residential construction is planned for the first-time occupancy in the north part of the Kohlenstraße.
HIGH LIVING QUALITY
with a view into the park
New residential buildings will be constructed in the northern part of the urban space on the 12,000 m² “Kohlenstraße” section (subfield 2).
In the first construction section, between Paul-Gruner-Straße and Shakespeare Straße, on an area of 6,400 m², 112 flats with a total living space of 11,000 m² are expected to be built. The flats are designed for both owner-occupiers and investors.
The three apartment buildings with a view of the park will be built in an open coverage type. In the spacious new buildings, 2- to 5-room apartments will be created with areas of approx. 43 to 180 m² with extraordinary furnishing lines and a sustainable energy concept. In addition, approx. 112 car parking spaces and approx. 320 bicycle parking spaces are planned.
The project is scheduled to begin in 2021, marking the starting point for the new urban area south of Bayerischer Bahnhof.
Area (gross building area): about 15.450 m²
Beginning of constructions: 2021
A project of Stadtbau AG
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