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Housebuilding in Düsseldorf - Heinrich Heine Gärten

-FRANKONIA-Eurobau-AG_Duesseldorf-HeinegaertenH.H.Gärten@FRANKONIAEurobauAGNew city district until beginning of 2013
Work only started in July 2011 on a new city district called Heinrich Heine Gardens between Oberkassel and Heerdt, but you can already get an impressive picture of what it will look like when it’s finished in 2013, thanks to a life-sized temporary cladding called the Hollywood-Fassade.


Kö-Bogen project in Düsseldorf


The crowning glory of Königsallee
Düsseldorf will get a unique opportunity to return the northern part of Königsallee and its connection to Hofgarten to its former historical state as part of the construction of the new Wehrhahn tram line. This will run through a tunnel under the city center from 2014 and make redundant the tram lines at Jan-Wellem-Platz.

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Literally great – language schools in Düsseldorf

LexikonLanguage schools in Düsseldorf have helped foreigners from various different nations including Brazilians, Croatians, Swedes and Chinese to express themselves in German. There are over seventy schools specialising in teaching German as a foreign language. Their teaching methods vary.

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pass_klPut your name here, your address there, then sign on the dotted line... If you want to be able to watch TV in your new home, make a phone call, turn on the heating or the lights, you have to fill in lots of forms.
The trip to the Einwohnermeldeamt – Residents Registration Office – should be one of the first things you do.

Good address & rental prices

wohnung2Düsseldorf is not only North Rhine-Westphalia’s most important city from an economic standpoint, it is also an attractive place to live and many more people arrive each year than leave.
So it’s no wonder that rents are among Germany’s highest at an average of 8 euro per square meter and that moving into a brand-new apartment in a good location will set you back 13 euro per square meter.


A trainline on the move

Düsseldorf has set itself the ambitious target to create a 3.4 km underground train line in the city center from nothing in just seven years.
It will be called the Wehrhahn line after its most northernly station.
The route will have a new underground station at Heinrich-Heine-Allee as its central hub and five further stops as fas as Bilk station.

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