The „aer“ in Neuperlach is only about 7 kilometres from Marienplatz in the centre of Munich. The central station, Stachus and the airport can be reached in about 20 minutes by U-Bahn or car. Thanks to its location at the southern edge of the city, Lake Starnberg and the foothills of the Alps are not far away either. Neuperlach not only offers excellent connections, a well-established infrastructure and a lot of nature, but also enormous spatial potential for innovative concepts – the best conditions for work and life.
In the 1950s, just as today, the Bavarian capital faced the challenge of creating room for living and working with a limited amount of space. And the city continues to grow, set to surpass the 1.7 million mark in 2030. Munich is popular. In the 2019 city ranking by IW Consulting, Wirtschaftswoche and Immobilienscout 24, Germany’s third-largest city came first. In addition, the metropolis is a dynamic location for business and innovation. It is also a front-runner in the assessment of digital tech hubs in Germany and their future potential (Deloitte 11/2018). Thanks to the diversity of industries and its dynamic character, Munich is one of the leading European economic areas with an economic growth of 72.3% since 2000 – higher than the German average of 53.8%. The „Bavarian metropolis“ is establishing itself as one of Germany’s start-up hotspots.
In short, the university city is developing dynamically, but the supply of space is not. Accordingly, the office market reflects the increasing demand and the dwindling supply. Rare innovative locations such as Neuperlach, with an attractive rent level and close to the city centre, are thus attracting the attention of investors and innovators, established companies and young start-ups.