Torgauer Park impeccably blends high specification contemporary quality with a modern take on Wilhelminian architecture that the district is renowned for. The boutique development includes a fully fitted kitchen with each apartment, and high-quality finishes throughout.
Leipzig is currently Germany’s fastest growing city in terms of population, with up to 750,000 residents (+25%) expected by 2035 -and housing supply is failing to keep up. Approximately 4,500 new dwellings are required per annum yet a mere 2,356 units were delivered in 2019, the largest figure recorded since 2001. Consequently, the vacancy rate in Leipzig has tumbled from a high of 12% in 2011 to a low of 2% today. Such excess demand, combined with sustained economic growth has put sustained upward pressure on house prices and rents.
678,080 by 2035, +41% from 2000
undersupply of at least 76,798 units expected by 2035
Over EUR22 billion (GDP), +102% since 2000, +74% forecast by 2035
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