in 54 apartments
to some apartments
in the building
1-, 1,5- and 2-room-apartments
and modern flooring
with branded ceramics
Green outdoor areas
and sand play areas
with electronic devices
Furnished city apartments in Hamburg south city
On a development area measuring around 850m2 in the area of Wandalenweg, a seven-storey newbuild with 54 city apartments is under construction. The end result will have a total living area of around 2,600 m2.
The apartment mix consists of furnished 1-, 1.5- to 2-room apartments with 37 to 60 m² of living space, with one unfurnished three bedroom apartment, all providing a welcoming and homely place to live for renters with temporary housing needs and in so doing enriching the already growing market for single households. The furnished apartments also make perfect second homes, offering the perfect solution to the demand for smaller apartments. Whether you’re a single or a couple, a student or a commuter, or even a temporary employee, our apartments will have the perfect living solution for you, with a practical layout, cosy furnishings and impressive transport links.
There are seven one bedroom, four 1.5 bedroom and 42 two bedroom apartments to choose from out of a total of ten different apartment types, as well as one three bedroom unfurnished apartment.
Location and transport links
No matter the destination, the journey is quick and simple
The project site boasts only the best infrastructure. From here, it never takes long to get to where you want to be, whether you’re headed for the main station, you need to use public transport to quickly get to the city centre, HafenCity or the Berliner Tor, or you’re simply travelling from work to your apartment. The Hammerbrook S-Bahn station is just a three-minute walk away. As a public transport hub, the Berliner Tor offers connections to the S1, S2, S11, S21 and S31 as well as to the U2, U3 and U4. The project location is also directly connected to the A 255, joining onto the north-south connection of the A 1.
Supermarkets, bakerys, school and nursery, restaurants and a fitness centre are all close by and easily accessible either by car or on foot.
- Hamburg main station: 15 minutes on foot/9 minutes by car
- Underground station Berliner Tor: 10 minutes on foot/5 minutes by car
- Hammerbrook S-Bahn station: 3 minute walk
- Shopping: 5 minutes on foot/2 minutes by car
City apartments with everything you could wish for
Do you value flexible living, but don’t want to do without a correspondingly high level of comfort? In the large selection of floor plan variants, there is a suitable home for everyone, whether couples or families, singles or commuters, senior citizens or shared apartments. High-quality equipment and practical design details bring modern living comfort to life. In the basement and ground floor of the building there is also a separate tenants’ cellar for each apartment, in addition to the common rooms for parking prams and bicycles. Completely furnished in a modern design and timeless furnishings, the 1, 1.5 and 2 room apartments have, among other things:
- A kitchenette with a ceramic hob, oven, fridge and recirculation extractor fan, dish washer and washing machine
- underfloor heating
- bathroom with shower, partly bathtub, toilet and electric towel radiator
- modern floor coverings
- mainly separate sleeping areas
- floor to ceiling windows
- some apartments have a balcony or roof terrace
- storage room to each furnished apartment
Apartment type A1
Open-plan entrance, kitchen and living area with balcony and ample space for cooking, eating and relaxing. The storage area, a spacious bedroom and a shower room complete these delightful apartments.
Apartment type A2
All the space you need in one room – an appealing, open-plan entrance, kitchen, dining and living area with a harmoniously integrated bed with headboard. A separate storage room helps you keep the space nice and tidy! A balcony and bathroom with shower complete this delightful apartment.
Apartment type A3
An entrance area with ample storage space and access to a storage room, shower room and bedroom leads elegantly into the spacious living and dining area, offering nice city views.
Apartment type B
These apartments make impressive use of space, with the kitchen unit built into the projection wall, creating an open and spacious entrance and living area. The bathroom with shower is found in the middle of the apartment next to the bedroom, while a storage room is conveniently located right next to the entrance.
Apartment type C
Open-plan entrance, kitchen and living area with balcony and ample space for cooking, eating and relaxing. A storage area, spacious bedroom and shower room complete this delightful apartment.
Two rooms, disabled access
Apartment type D
The living and dining area, bedrooms, storage room and bathroom with shower all have disabled access.
Two rooms, disabled access
Apartment type E
The open plan entrance, living and dining area, the main bedroom and the storage room all have disabled access. The practical layout of the spacious bathroom with shower is impressive too!
Three rooms, unfurnished
Apartment type F
This practical apartment has three bedrooms, a large bathroom with tub, a separate toilet and a storage room, and welcomes all who like to put their own stamp on a property! The open plan entrance and living area comes complete with a built-in kitchenette and balcony. One of the two bedrooms leads onto a further balcony.
Apartment type G
The layout of this apartment is simply delightful with an open plan living area with a practical kitchenette, where you can cook, eat, and relax. The spacious bathroom and the bedroom can both be accessed from the living room, which also opens onto a balcony. A storage room in the entrance area helps you keep the apartment nice and tidy!
Apartment type H
Open plan but set aside from the main apartment, the entrance area takes you past the kitchen and dining area into the living space, which opens onto the balcony. The spacious bedroom is sure to win you over, as is the large bathroom with tub and the storage room, which is conveniently placed next to the cooking area.
From work life to nightlife
After Berlin, Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany with around 1.85 million inhabitants. Hamburg is both a city state and a federal state, and has become Germany’s fastest growing metropolitan region. Its neighbour federal states Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein are also experiencing rapid growth. Hamburg is an important trading and logistics location, with an international airport and the third largest port in Europe, which is one of the largest transshipment ports in the world.
With 20 universities, of which the University of Hamburg is one of the largest in Germany with around 43,000 students, the city is also a forerunner in the field of education. On top of business and science, city tourism is also a thriving industry. Hamburg has more bridges than Venice, Stockholm and Amsterdam combined: around 2,500, in fact! The Speicherstadt and the Kontorhaus districts, which enjoy fame and renown even beyond German borders, have been classed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 2015. Whether you’re a lover of the great outdoors or a self-confessed night owl, Hamburg has it all. With its beautiful parks and natural spaces on the banks of the rivers Elbe and Alster, it goes without saying that Hamburg is brimming with green oases to entice you in. However, it isn’t short of exciting indoor attractions either, which range from swimming pools to cinemas, a vibrant nightlife with exciting clubs and lounges, to cabarets and spectacular theatre shows.
An office district is transformed
In Hamburg’s second largest business district, office buildings dominate the cityscape, criss-crossed by canals and green spaces. These oases offer welcome respite from the glass and concrete and make City Süd Hamburg’s most popular office location alongside the city centre. The bustling district of Hammerbrook is home to around 800 businesses, with impressive looking industrial buildings such as the Berliner Bogen, Dockland and wholesale market.
Despite Hammerbrook’s industrial nature, many areas of this district are absolutely charming, with footpaths and cycle paths along the Sonnin, Mittel and Süd canals, or even the possibility of taking a boat trip on the water. It is these areas that hold the potential for future transformation into a residential area. Living space has already been created on the water itself in the form of floating homes on the Victoriakai waterside, and now, the current development plans for Hammerbrook are paving the way for this vibrant district to be transformed into a residential area, complete with short commuting distances, efficient transport connections, and a whole host of recreation opportunities and cultural attractions – and it already has an impressive array of shops and international restaurants! Both its well-established cultural centres such as the Markthalle and Kunsthaus Hamburg and its proximity to the city centre and port district make for lots of comings and goings, with the area becoming more and more vibrant and urbanised, and with work and life drawing closer and closer together.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
There are bicycle rooms available in the building.
Yes, there is a minimum rental period of 6 months. After that, the lease can be terminated with a 3 months notice period.
The deposit to be paid in three net rents (the net „cold“ rent plus utilities can be found in the rental agreement). There are no processing or agency fees.
Yes, the lease contract includes an index-linked rent. The rent is determined by the price index for the living expenses of all private households in Germany, which is determined by the Federal Statistical Office.
The deposit needs to be transferred to the landlord’s secure account according to § 551 Paragraph 2 BGB.
Yes, there is on individual storage room for each apartment.
The building is connected by the provider wilhelm.tel.
The keeping of pets has to be checked case by case and requires the approval by the landlord an a side letter to the lease contract.
The team of Müller Merkle Immobilien is in charge of the rental process. From the signing of the lease agreement and already for the handover of the residential units, the property management is responsible. The contact details will be provided when the lease agreement is signed. The property management is your first contact during the entire rental period.
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