Hamburg: The gateway to the world

Welcome to Hamburg, the elegant harbour city in the north of Germany, which has an inspiring cosmopolitan atmosphere - ideal for your new home.

The attitude to life in Hamburg is characterised by a unique mixture of cosmopolitanism, Hanseatic tradition and maritime charm. Its proximity to the water, be it the River Elbe or the Alster, lends the city a special atmosphere of tranquillity and space. Hamburg's diverse districts offer a lively mix of culture, gastronomy and nightlife, while pride in the city's history and rich cultural heritage can be felt everywhere. The Hanseatic locals value a balance between the hustle and bustle of the harbour and the relaxed lifestyle that can be enjoyed in the numerous parks and along the waterfront promenades. This interplay of urban flair and natural serenity is what makes Hamburg such a unique place to live.

Our current new-build projects in Hamburg and the surrounding area
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Dreams of island life come true - between the Elbe and the city
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Very central and yet still in the greenery

A metropolis on the water

The Hanseatic city of Hamburg attracts tourists and locals alike, with a multitude of sights that make the city an unforgettable experience. From the historic Speicherstadt (warehouse complex), a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to picturesque boat trips on the Elbe, the hustle and bustle of the famous Jungfernstieg (promenade) and relaxing walks around the river Alster, Hamburg offers a wide range of activities. Landmarks such as St Michael's Church and the Elbphilharmonie concert hall, Hamburg's latest architectural jewel, stand alongside the lively St Pauli (night-life) district with its famous Reeperbahn. The Hamburg metropolitan region also includes numerous other charming towns such as Cuxhaven, Lübeck and Lüneburg.


The pearl of the North

Cosmopolitan city with maritime flair: buy your home in Hamburg or the surrounding area to lay the foundations for a good life.

Leading quality of life

Hamburg is the only German metropolis to make it into the top ten most liveable cities in the world. Its reputation as an attractive place to live is due not least to the high quality of life, which is reflected in the city's green parks, diverse leisure facilities and excellent infrastructure.

Unique cuisine and culture

Hamburg offers a wide range of cultural attractions, from the Elbphilharmonie concert hall to a lively theatre scene with world-famous musicals. The city is also home to numerous museums, galleries and cultural events. In culinary terms, the city is best known for its fish sandwiches, which are traditionally enjoyed at the fish market.

Harbour and trading city

Hamburg is one of the most important business centres in Germany, known for its large seaport, which is one of the largest transhipment hubs in Europe. The city is renowned for its strong presence in the logistics, aviation, media and information technology sectors, making it a dynamic and diverse economic centre.