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Apartments for Sale Hamburg

Apartments for Sale in HamburgGateway to the world

JLL Residential Development is the leading specialist in Germany for the sales of condominiums directly from property developers to an international clientele. For 25 years we have been marketing high-quality residential properties to private buyers and investors around the world.

It makes no difference whether you live in Germany or not: We want to make sure that your German property purchase proceeds as smoothly as possible. Our international, 15-language team, is ready and waiting to advise you in your own language and to serve you before, during, and even after your property purchase, with our comprehensive, 360° service.

In Hamburg, we have a wide range of high-quality condominiums with attractive floor plans for both owner-occupiers and investors. Find out more about Hamburg here.

 

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A Gateway to the World

With 1.8 million inhabitants, Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany after Berlin. The wider metropolitan region comprises over 5 million inhabitants with approximately 300,000 commuters to Hamburg. Hamburg is a growing city with a forecasted population growth of around 3.5% per year until 2030.

Hamburg is known as a gateway to the world because of its port, which is one of the most important harbours in Europe. However this reputation also comes from the city’s concentration of foreign trade professionals and internationally oriented service providers, such as bankers, insurers, logisticians, media experts and legal and tax consultants. Hamburg continually achieves top positions in location rankings and performs equally well in terms of quality of life. The largest companies include Airbus, Lufthansa, Asklepios Kliniken, Beiersdorf, Hamburger Hochbahn and Otto Group.

Many of the companies in Hamburg are involved in foreign trade as import and export traders, several of them as subsidiaries of foreign parent companies, reinforcing Hamburg’s role as a hub for external trade mainly with the Baltic Sea region and China. In addition to this, around 100 consulates are based here, as well as the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea. The city centre is growing and offers space for working, living and retail. The HafenCity is Europe’s largest centre-city development project: a completely new urban district on an area of 157 hectares.