On a 7.5 hectare site, Catella is planning a new urban residential quarter - Düssel-Terrassen. Right next to the Alt-Erkrath shopping zone, apartments for all age and income groups will be built from 2021. 40% regulated apartments, a park of more than one hectare with various playgrounds, a mobility station, a day-care centre for children and the largely car-free design speak for the new urban quarter.
The Düssel-Terrassen combine the tranquillity of the countryside with the urbanity of the metropolis: Dusseldorf's main railway station and the Neandertal nature reserve can be reached within 8 minutes - the best of both worlds.
Düssel-Terrassen was awarded the title of climate protection settlement by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Prerequisites for the certification are the climate-friendly energy production which is made possible by the use of innovative technologies as well as the fulfilment of special urban development and architectural requirements for modern and sustainable living.
|project volume||approximately EUR 250 million|
|area||approximately 75,000 sq.m gross floor area|