Invest where Frankfurt is growing: The Riedberg district is expected to accommodate 16,000 new Frankfurt residents, 3,000 jobs and 8,000 university students by the end of the year. Riedberg is also a major science and research hub and home to Goethe University's Riedberg campus and its affiliated institutes and life science companies. Furthermore, the apartment's extraordinary design by starchitect Daniel Libeskind provides yet another argument for this worthwhile investment. Growing city district with 16,000 new residents, 3,000 jobs and 8,000 university students
Purchase prices in Riedberg rose by 50% between 2012 and 2018
Science City: Home to the Goethe University campus, the FIZ Frankfurt Biotechnology Innovation Center and Merz Pharma
Extraordinary design by Daniel Libeskind
Exquisitely appointed with exclusive materialsTaking in the skyline from Frankfurt's newest district, Riedberg, you are well placed to savor the fresh air that flows into the city from the Taunus mountains. Ever since the development of Riedberg started in 2004, an entire urban district of modern residential buildings has been created, along with the infrastructure required to comfortably accommodate more than 10,000 new residents from child day care centers and schools to subway stations, bus stops, churches, shops, medical centers, cafes, and restaurants in this vibrant, metropolitan district, nothing is ever far away. Riedberg boasts a balanced mix of living and working, with a host of parks and verdant public spaces, along with a wide range of sports and leisure facilities.The Goethe University is at the heart of Science City Frankfurt-Riedberg, and, together with a number of the world's most highly renowned research institutions, such as the Max Planck Institute for Biophysics, the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS), and several international technology companies, has established Riedberg as a global research hotspot.