Cologne, Max-Fremery-Straße 6, 6a
Sale of apartment buildings
The property, built in 1973, occupies a plot of 1,467 sqm and is well-proportioned with a dwelling floor area of around 1,349 sqm. It divides into 19 attractive flats whose size of 2 to 4 bedrooms and of 45 to 115 sqm of dwelling floor area will accommodate different tenant profiles and requirements. Worth highlighting are the four commercial units that are located in the basement and in the backyard of the building, which are suitable for various types of use.
The commercial units on the ground floor break down as follows:
- office units on the left, about 16 sqm
- office units on the right, about 36 sqm
In addition, the basement includes a storage unit that is currently vacant.
The commercial units in the backyard break down as follows:
- storage unit on the ground floor, including ramp, about 274 sqm
- roofed-over outdoor storage unit, about 60 sqm
The backyard is complemented by a partial yard area of about 180 sqm.
The seller commissioned various building works in his own name and for his own account. Among them is the full refurbishment of the two attic apartments in the building at Max-Fremery-Str. 6a in 2019.
A year later, the flush-mounted skylights were replaced. Works included the installation of window vents and street-side steps on the roof surface, and of handrails for a second escape route via the skylights.
Location and Infrastructure
Ehrenfeld is a district of Cologne whose popularity keeps growing. It is defined by a vibrant cultural scene, and home to people from all over the world. Defining aspects of Ehrenfeld include its many architectural landmarks and town houses dating back to the Belle Époque. Industrial monuments and rental apartment buildings from the post-war decades as well as the Herkules high-rise from the 1970s are also part of the urban landscape of Ehrenfeld.
Since the subject property lies close to the B59 federal route, the commute to downtown Cologne takes no more than 20 minutes. By means of public transportation, the ride to the inner city takes 25 minutes. The nearest tram stop is “Wolffsohnstrasse,” a three-minute walk away.