TerraConsult GmbH
Nördliches Schlossrondell 10
80638 Munich, Germany
Phone +49 (0)89 24 29 43 33
Fax +49 (0)89 24 29 43 34

Managing Director:
Alexander Kaufmann
VAT No. 221 511 015
Commercial register No. 151397
info@terraconsult.info

Munich, State Capital of Bavaria

Munich holds an exceptional status among the cities of Germany.

One strength of the state capital lies in the 'Munich mix'. The blend of global players and small and medium-sized enterprises, from crafts, production and services represents a healthy and future-proof economic structure. Munich has the highest purchasing power per capita, the lowest unemployment rate and the highest apprenticeship density. In no other city are the employees better qualified - and nowhere else are fewer people on social or unemployment benefit. 94 of the 1000 largest companies have their registered office in Munich; in Hamburg (in 2nd place), that figure is only 68.

The large municipal comparative study conducted by Wirtschaftswoche magazine proves it: when it comes to economic power and quality of life, Munich is the number one.

A city ranking for economic power and quality of life has now proven it: Munich is in top position among the 50 largest cities in Germany.

The new Allianz football arena was developed at the gates to Munich. The opening game of the 2006 Football World Cup was held here. It is viewed as the most modern stadium in Europe. Its outer skin is unique. During home games of the German record holder, the arena, which holds 66,000 spectators, is illuminated in red, and can be clearly seen, even from far away.

Directly next to the football stadium, next to the underground stop Fröttmaning, there are plans for a Kunstpark Nord ('Arts Park North') on an area of 37,000 m2. A multi-functional park with gastronomic establishments such as bars, restaurants and clubs and promenade areas and event halls. Offices and artists' studios are also to be created.

A 4-star hotel with 180 rooms and underground car park was planned on this area of land by TerraConsult. The 60-metre high tower rises above everything else and is an architectural highlight that can be seen from afar. The first-class connections to the city centre and the airport and the redesign of the surrounding district guarantee that the hotel will be well occupied.