Heinrich Heine Gärten
A CITY QUARTER BEGINS TO TAKE SHAPE
The first phase is almost complete
The first phase of the development in Heinrich Heine Gärten is almost complete. Around 164 residential units in a total of 11 buildings will be ready to move in to in December 2012. Work is going at full speed.
In Heinrich Heine Gärten in Düsseldorf it’s all about balconies, balustrades and facades at the moment. The finishing touches are being put to the external plastering of the Maisons and City Villas. The scaffolding will very soon disappear and the French windows will come into view, as the first phase of the new city quarter on Hansa Allee is completed.
Parallel to the external work it also full speed ahead on fitting out the rooms inside. Parquet is being laid and the bathrooms are being installed. The first apartments in this exclusive residential quarter in Düsseldorf’s Heerdt district on the left side of the Rhein will be ready to move in to before Christmas. Which means that Heinrich Heine Gärten is certainly keeping to schedule. Just six months after the topping-out ceremony attended by numerous guests in May, it is beginning to look very homely and inviting behind the imposing rounded arch at the entrance.
The 11 completed masions and city villas with their pure white classical facades stand in an extensive landscaped garden of 3.75 hectares. More than 120 trees have been planted including plane trees, oaks, and Tokyo cherry, Apart from that numerous private gardens are planned for the residents on the ground floor. The centrepiece of Heinrich Heine Gärten is Loreley Park, with its long water basin, which modelled on the Luxemburg Gardens in Paris. It is the atmospheric highlight of the quarter and the final element of the first phase, which will be completed in November.
The residential quarter Heinrich Heine Gärten will be built in two phases, making a total of 360 residential units in 23 houses. That is a lot of living space, which is in fact urgently needed, as the state capital has one of the biggest rates of influx in North Rhine-Westphalia. Therefore a property in Heinrich Heine Gärten is not only a elegant home but also a very promising investment.
The second phase of the building will start in the summer of 2013. The quarter on Hansa Allee is expected to be finally completion by the end of 2014. FRANKONIA Eurobau has invested around €160 million in the project.
29 October 2012