We are ehret+klein

In our role as district and project developer, we devote our attention to planning and designing innovative urban living spaces that serve as a valuable, long-term legacy for society as a whole. From planning permission through to the management of a property, we bundle all the requisite expertise under a single roof.

We always first look at everything from the user's perspective. That is why we include all those involved – the investor, the municipality, the tenant – in the process from the very start.

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

We are looking for people who enjoy real estate and would like to work with us to create and maintain future-oriented urban living spaces.

Thinking out loud

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Urban development: New urban quarter in Landsberg am Lech

Am Papierbach urban development

In Landsberg am Lech we are currently reviving a historic industrial wasteland. On the former production site, where paper was once scooped and a plow factory operated from 1891 to 2011, we are building a completely new district in the immediate vicinity of and with a view of one of the most beautiful city centers in Bavaria, which will make a significant contribution to improving the quality of life.

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Forest quarter 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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Fürstenrieder Street Munich

We are redeveloping the former Ludwig Beck department store in Munich's Laim district, which has been standing empty since 1991, in close consultation with politicians and residents,. In the past, numerous plans for redeveloping the property failed and as a result the building at Fürstenrieder Strasse 21, with its striking brick facade, has been falling into ruin.

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