Sale of condominiums in Mainz

  • 15 condominiums

  • 1-3 rooms

  • approx. 28 to 91 m²

  • Year of construction: 1956

  • Parking spaces, 20 balconies

Object description

The building was built in 1956 and is in good, well-maintained condition. Various modernization measures (e.g. ETICS) have already been carried out. The building was constructed of solid construction, has a full basement and is connected to the district heating network of the city of Mainz. The apartments have a simple to good standard of equipment. The bathrooms are tiled and well maintained and partly modernized. The exposure and ventilation of the units are good. The windows are double-insulated plastic windows from 1988. There are large shop windows on the ground floor.

Apartments

1 bedroom apartments

2 bedroom apartments

3-room apartments

Location and infrastructure

Mainz is the state capital of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate and also its largest city. Mainz is an independent city located in the Rhine-Main area, it is one of the five regional centers in Rhineland-Palatinate and forms a cross-border double center with the adjacent Hessian state capital Wiesbaden. The city is the seat of the Johannes Gutenberg University, the Roman Catholic diocese of Mainz and several television and radio stations, such as Südwestrundfunk (SWR) and the Second German Television (ZDF). Over 20,000 businesses are based in Mainz. The largest commercial area in Mainz represents the current economic structure quite well with around 450 companies from trade, technology, logistics, sparkling wine & wine trade, research and development as well as the food sector.

The property Flachlandstr. 26 is located in Mainz, which has 217.12 thousand inhabitants. The proximity to Frankfurt Airport, the location on the Rhine, motorway connections and cheap rail connections are the best conditions for an innovative business location in interaction with the cities of the Rhine-Main area. Mainz is not only a business location, but also offers a quality of life with a broad cultural and intellectual life as well as modern science and research at the Johannes Gutenberg University and several technical colleges. Mainz is also known as a tourist and congress city with numerous hotels such as Hilton and Hyatt. The range of kindergartens, schools, playgrounds, youth leisure centers as well as health and social facilities is exemplary.

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