Frankfurt is not only the financial centre of Germany, but also the centre of the European banking sector. Known as Mainhatten due to the skyscrapers that dominate the city’s skyline and its location on the River Main, Frankfurt is attractive for both investors and residents alike, praised for its connectivity and innovation.
Copenhagen - the city where everyone cycles - is one of the happiest and most liveable cities in the world. It’s so attractive that up to 9,000 new homes have to be built every year to keep up with demand.
Modern Berlin is experiencing soaring rents, which increased 85% between 2007 and 2019. This is impacting the population, of which 80% rent their homes. The demand for housing will only continue as the city is expected to grow further tightening the housing supply. This makes projects like PATRIZIA’s Havelufer Quarter all the more critical.
More than half of the world’s population – 4.5 billion – now live in cities, a figure expected to rise to 7 billion by 2050. The future of humanity will clearly be urban, but the challenge will be to ensure cities will be liveable.
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