A classically elegant residential building that blends harmoniously into the historic surroundings – it is this guiding principle that characterises the Klostergärten. The new building looks commanding and stately at 65 Klosterstraße between the beautiful Parochialkirche church and listed former building of the Tietz brothers’ business, dating from 1906. A total of 47 freehold apartments are being created within the seven-storey building
The two wings of the Klostergärten wrap around the delightfully arranged inner courtyard, which opens out onto the grounds of the Parochialkirche church and is connected to them by a garden gate. From Klosterstraße a showcase, two-storey passageway leads through into the courtyard garden, from which four doorways lead into the individual sections of the building.
The interior architecture of the foyers and apartments has also been delivered in a very classic style. The residential floors have clear ceiling heights of around 2.8 metres and the rooms are of optimum proportion with well thoughtout sight lines. In addition, high French windows create a pleasantly bright and welcoming ambience. Every apartment has a terrace or recessed balcony.