• Neighborhood development with 12 staggered-story buildings includes 140 condominiums, 20 penthouses and six townhouses
  • KfW 40 standard through sustainable electricity generation via photovoltaic systems and the use of heat pumps and rainwater

Wiesbaden, June 23, 2023 – The d.i.i. Group, a leading specialist for residential real estate in Germany, is starting sales of the new “Acht Morgen” building project in Wiesbaden. A total of 140 condominiums, 20 penthouses and six townhouses are being built in the popular Bierstadt district. In addition to 31 subsidized residential units, 109 condominiums are offered for sale. Sales take place directly via d.i.i.

The neighborhood development located on Oberlinstraße at the corner of Kloppenheimer Straße includes, in addition to the townhouses, a total of 12 multi-storey buildings and a central neighborhood square. Many apartments and houses have gardens and balconies. In addition to an underground car park with 117 parking spaces, there will be around 30 visitor parking spaces and 236 bicycle parking spaces. The district will be built in an energy-efficient manner in accordance with the KfW EH-40 standard based on designs by the architectural firm Zaeske Architekten BDA. In addition to the installation of photovoltaic systems and heat pumps, the sustainability concept also includes the consistent use of rainwater and extensive green roofs.

“The 'Eight Morning' project not only creates urgently needed, attractive and energy-efficient living space, but also a lively residential area in one of the most attractive and sought-after districts of Wiesbaden. The apartments being built here fit harmoniously into the district and offer a high quality of living and quality of life for future residents,” says Arne Schreier, head of project development d.i.i.

There are numerous shopping opportunities and dining options around the project. Kindergartens, schools and sports clubs can be easily reached on foot or by bike. Wiesbaden city center is only around a ten-minute drive by car or bus. In addition, the district is excellently connected to German long-distance transport via the A3 and A66 motorways and Wiesbaden Central Station, each of which is less than a ten-minute drive away.