Living in Nordend (Frankfurt): Real estate as an investment – Prices per square meter for apartments, houses & land

Living in Nordend – The district in the north of Frankfurt convinces not only with its prime location and its multitude of architectural treasures, but above all with its romantic charm characterized by the many mansions of past times and trendy cafés. Also not far away: the up-and-coming Westend. Would you like to invest in a property in Nordend as a capital investment? Find out everything you need to know about living in Frankfurt-Nordend, the most expensive streets and most popular corners, as well as an overview of all prices per square metre – Welcome to Nordend! Back to overview: Living in Frankfurt.

Living in Nordend: Elegant district with royal flair

The Nordend is one of the hippest and most desirable districts of Frankfurt. In hardly any other quarter is the population density as high as here. That the Nordend has always been popular, shows us also a look at the history of the residential area. As early as the Middle Ages, there were numerous royal Roman courts here, followed later by pompous estates in the style of the Neo-Renaissance and later Classicism. This inspires not only families with children, young couples and professionals, but also investors and entrepreneurs.

Welcome to Frankfurt: International metropolis in Hesse

Frankfurt is considered one of the most impressive cities in Germany. Modern skyscrapers adorn the skyline of the city center, the banking district, home to many major German and European banks, offers plenty of job opportunities and the multitude of exclusive boutiques and culinary delights from all over the world inspire not only long-established Frankfurt residents, but also newcomers from all over Europe. The economic strength of the city, as well as its prime location, make Frankfurt one of the most important and international metropolises in Germany.

Nordend-West: Map & Location

The north end of Frankfurt can be divided into west and east. However, this division is only of a statistical nature. While the Friedberger Straße formally forms the border between the two districts, both East and West are summarized as one large Nordend.

Here map and location of the Nordend-West:

Nordend-East: Map & Location

Nordend-Ost borders on Ostend as well as on the city centre and Bornheim.

Sights, Monuments & Co.

The Nordend is multifaceted: well-kept green spaces such as the Güntherburgpark and Wasserpark invite you to take a walk, the Chinese Garden spreads a true holiday feeling and with the local mini-golf course and the theatre ‘Theatrallalla’, entertainment is always provided.

Here are some of the top sights of Frankfurt-Nordend:

  • Günthersburgpark
  • Chinese garden
  • Bethmann Park
  • Miniature Golf
  • Theatrallalla
  • Water park
  • Luther Church

Sightseeing: A tour of the Nordend

The Nordend is not only home to exotic parks and diverse entertainment culture, it is also where the most diverse cityscapes meet. While elegant villas and old apartments from the Wilhelminian period line the streets, architectural treasures from the modern era can be found here and there. Hip cafés, exclusive boutiques and fine restaurants also add to the flair of the Nordend.

Chinese Garden: Oasis of peace in the heart of Frankfurt

Modernised old buildings and modern apartments

Berger Straße: The longest shopping street in Frankfurt at a glance

Real estate & prices per square metre in Nordend

While new-build apartments are in high demand (and therefore also high property prices) in the west of the Nordend, existing apartments are more popular in the east of the district. Would you like to buy a house or a villa? Here the prices are the same for west and east. For new construction, you have to reckon with about 3,570 euros per square meter here. In principle, the better the location and infrastructure, and the more varied the cultural offerings in the area, the more expensive the square metre. In addition: If the property has recently undergone renovation or refurbishment, including workmen, architect & co, you should expect a higher selling price.

All prices per square metre at a glance:

  • Buy a house (existing): 3,300 €/m²
  • Buy a house (new construction): 3,570 €/m²
  • Buy apartment (existing): 7,400 – 9,600 €/m²
  • Buy an apartment (new building): 4,300 – 9,400 €/m²

Conclusion: Living in Nordend

Living and living in Frankfurt – that’s what many people want. Whether it’s a modernised apartment in an old building, an exclusive villa or a lucrative apartment building as an investment, everyone feels at home in Nordend. The district is safe, the location is first class and the elegant cityscape not only offers architectural diversity, but also makes up the charm of the district. Not to mention the many romantic cafés and culinary delights! If you would like to buy an apartment here, then you must be prepared for somewhat higher prices per square metre. These are particularly popular here.

Frankfurt am Main: Real estate in the financial metropolis

Frankfurt is definitely the most impressive German city. If you stand in the Frankfurt city center, you drive in here, the skyscrapers are something very impressive. This makes the city seem twice as big as Berlin, three times as big as Munich and four times as big as Cologne. The attractive location directly on the Main and in the centre of Central Europe continues to attract people from all over Germany and the world to the city. Frankfurt a.M. is known for its unique skyline, skyscrapers and a thriving financial market. But the city offers so much more. Museums, green spaces, the opera, art halls. Culture as far as the eye can see.

Real estate in Frankfurt

With its opera, theatres and museum mile, Frankfurt has everything that high culture needs. In addition, a decent gastronomy scene, which in terms of internationality has no comparison in the world. There are beautiful parks in the city, as well as the zoo and the Palmengarten, so that you don’t have to leave the city for a short rest. The banks of the Main River invite you to stroll along, in addition to the chic shopping galleries. The skyscrapers are also an attraction in themselves. And if you visit one of the numerous festivals in the summer, it’s hard to get away from the view of the skyline.

Living in Frankfurt am Main: Popular districts & residential areas

With a population of less than one million, the metropolis in the Rhine-Main region is known worldwide and home to Germany’s second largest airport. No wonder, after all, Frankfurt is considered an attractive place to live. While the up-and-coming Gallus convinces with its hip flair and excellent location, the Westend and Nordend inspire with their elegant charm paired with historical flair. Find out everything about Frankfurt’s most popular districts, their locations and prices per square metre here. To the overview: Living in Frankfurt am Main

Sell, buy and live in Frankfurt am Main

Whether modern Nordend, up-and-coming Gallus, international Westend or the popular neighbouring town of Offenbach, with the current price trend it is worth selling your property in Frankfurt! You want to sell your apartment, your apartment building or your land in Frankfurt? Find out here what you need to bear in mind when selling your property in Frankfurt. In addition: Our free guides and tips on the topics of property valuation, off market and all prices per square metre in Frankfurt – Welcome to Frankfurt! To the overview: Selling real estate in Frankfurt.