We are ehret+klein

Our mission is to create something of lasting value. That is why we plan and act with an eye to the future. We manage, revitalize and optimize individual properties and real estate portfolios for our clients. And we design, plan, build and market properties and urban developments for our investors.

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15.04.2019 | Press

Bürgerworkshop für eine nachhaltige Quartiersentwicklung in Worms

Gemeinsam mit der Stadt Worms berücksichtigen ehret+klein die Ideen und Anregungen der Bürger

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11.04.2019 | Press

Neuer Geschäftsführer bei ehret+klein

Guido Prummer unterstützt ehret+klein in der Projektentwicklung

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25.03.2019 | Press

Baugenehmigung für das Buchner-Haus

Bis Baubeginn ist eine Zwischennutzung des Bestandes vorgesehen, der innovativen Einzelhandel in Passau voran treiben soll. 

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08.03.2019 | Press

Siegerentwurf für ein neues Stadttor Landau vorgestellt

Ausstellungseröffnung: Sieger-Architekt, Stadtspitze Landau und ehret+klein eröffnen gemeinsam die Austellung "Neues Stadttor Landau".

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28.02.2019 | Press

Projektgesellschaft von ehret+klein kauft vier Grundstücke in Starnberg

Rohrer Immobilien München vermittelt den Kauf der Grundstücke in zentraler Lage und Seenähe.

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12.02.2019 | Blog

Where and how do people shop in the future?

As developers we ask ourselves: How do people provide for themselves in the future? How do fitting locations and living areas look like in the future?

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07.02.2019 | Press

Landau bekommt ein neues Cityquartier

Der Realisierungswettbewerb zur zukünftigen Gestaltung des Kaufhof-Areals in der Ostbahnstraße in Landau i. d. Pfalz wurde am 30.01.2019 erfolgreich durchgeführt.

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21.01.2019 | Blog

Wie junge Forscher und Praxis einander inspirieren

In seiner Masterarbeit beleuchtet Andreas Bertsch, Projektleiter bei ehret+klein, die Attraktivität des ländlichen Raums für Investoren – und für die Gesellschaft.

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References

Am Papierbach urban development

In Landsberg am Lech, we are currently breathing new life into an historic industrial site. We are creating an entire new urban development on a former industrial site where paper was once made, and where a plow factory was operated from 1891 to 2011. It is located in the immediate vicinity of one of Bavaria's most beautiful city centers, offering a view of the historic part of town, and will contribute significantly to improving the quality of life.

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Waldquartier Friedenstal Bernau

ehret+klein is developing an idyllic residential complex with excellent transport connections to Berlin's city center in Friedenstal-Bernau. Residential buildings, with brick facades and large glass windows inspired by classic Bauhaus architecture, that blend harmoniously into the landscape with its population of old trees will be built on an almost seven-hectare plot of land.

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Semmelweisstraße 1 Planegg

A scarcity of commercial space in Munich means that demand is increasingly shifting to the surrounding area, i.e. the Greater Munich Region and the Munich Metropolitan Region. In keeping with this trend, the asset manager ehret+klein identifies successful, easily accessible commercial properties that offer great potential for appreciation.

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Our performances

We always first think about the user. We create buildings with talents. For our clients, partners, investors, and society.

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For investors

Only shared understanding will pave a common path that leads to longterm success.

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21.01.2019

Masterarbeit bei ehret+klein

In seiner Masterarbeit beleuchtet Andreas Bertsch, Projektleiter bei ehret+klein, die Attraktivität des ländlichen Raums für Investoren – und für die Gesellschaft.

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01.10.2018

'Who' is METROPOLIXX Greater Munich?

Michael Ehret reflects about the hot spots for real estate investing in the European metropolitan area of Munich.

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12.02.2019

Where and how will people shop in the future?

As developers we ask ourselves: How do people provide for themselves in the future? How do fitting locations and living areas look like in the future?

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