Nuremberg’s architecture enthuses since ever. The projects of the Middle Ages as well as the current realizations of real estate. The historic Kaiserburg and the architecture of the surrounding liketheDürer House and the historic town hall on the main market. The line of the architecture that runs through the town is most striking within the city wall, the churches and museums. They all characterize the medieval city. However, the city of Nuremberg offers other exciting buildings and projects worth visiting besides Christmas Market and the Castle. Prestigious properties such as the theater, the dolphin lagoon or the city library are showing the change of Nuremberg.
This wayformerunattractive districts like the East of Nuremberg are now enhanced by modern projects. Examples such as the Business Tower are the most eye-catching. But investing in real estate, such as the sports stadiums Dutzendteich also attest the creative mind of Nuremberg dealing with architecture. They are proof that even destroyed and former Nazi-dominated parts of the city can fulfill new purposes. Stadiums feature football and hockey events. This makes the real estate interesting for tourists and investors. The Zeppelin Field for example is the venue for the famous Norisring race across Nuremberg.
Alsocontroversial architecture as theNazi Party Rally Groundsform the cityscape. New purposes aregiven through projects such as the documentation center. Together with the Courtroom in the courthouse, these buildings are actively dealing with the past of the city of Nuremberg and its inhabitants. The future of Nuremberg, its architecture and real estate will be as exciting as the past.