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429 apartments

with 1 to 3 rooms in 8 buildings

Terrace, balcony

or loggia to all apartments

Underfloor heating

and electric towel radiators

Oak parquet

in the livingrooms

Fitted kitchen

with high-quality electrical appliances

Modern bathrooms

with branded ceramics

Parking spaces

in the underground car park

Outdoor areas

with playground and green areas

The property

Augusta Balkon Augusta Straße Augusta Fassade

Individual freedom for tenants in a new residential area

On the site of the former loading yard, which lay fallow for many years, the modern residential district of AUGUSTA & LUCA is now being built, with a total of 429 new apartments and a total living area of 19,000 m2. On the LUCA, six residential buildings will be built as four-storey city villas in a solid construction, connecting to a common underground car park. In addition to the car parking spaces, the basement also houses the technical and waste rooms, as well as the cellar compartments and bicycle parking spaces. The total of 120 flats have 1.5 to 3 rooms and living areas ranging from 38 m2 to 82 m2 .

In addition, two solid residential buildings are being built on the AUGUSTA. The complex, erected as a block development, surprises with six finger-like towers and glass soundproof walls between them, which, thanks to this design, create five large roof terraces on the second floor. A further four-storey urban villa is also being built here. As in LUCA, the buildings are connected via an underground car park and offer a total of 309 compact apartments with 1 to 3 rooms and living areas from 24 m2 to 86 m2 .




Augusta Areal
Location and connection

The best connections and short distances

Whether public transport or local amenities, daycare or school – the location of AUGUSTA & LUCA offers short distances and easy accessibility. The bus, tram and train are only about 50 metres away and provide great mobility. Opportunities to shop for everyday needs can be found at the stores roughly 500 metres away, including Edeka, REWE, Aldi and dm. A bakery and a pharmacy are also within a few minutes’ walk. The city centre, just 850 metres away, offers even more opportunities to shop and enjoy yourself. There is a daycare in the immediate vicinity for the little ones. In the wider vicinity are a secondary school (Realschule), a grammar school (Gymnasium), a primary school and a university. For leisure activities, there is a park with various sports facilities that can be used, which is only 1.4 km away. In the city forest, a little further away, beautiful hiking trails in a natural setting await you. The location close to the city centre and the developed infrastructure, with excellent connections to public transport and the road and rail network, are special highlights of the property that perfectly complement the short distances within the district itself. Surrounding destinations in Augsburg, its environs and neighbouring cities can thus be quickly reached. In particular, the vibrant state capital Munich can be reached by train in little more than half an hour.


  • Augsburg main railway station 600 m by foot / 2 min. by car
  • Munich Central Station 66 km / 28 min. by train / 60 min. by car


The apartments

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The facilities

State-of-the-art comfort, fitted kitchen and energy efficiency

The stylish apartments’ interior also dazzles the eye with clear floor plans and well-thought-out concepts for the use of space. Open spaces, an elegant wall and floor design, floor-to-ceiling windows and a timeless design in the kitchen and bathroom leave plenty of room for making the apartment your own.

  • Multi-layer, finished, oak parquet in the living areas
  • Porcelain tiles and high-quality fittings in the bathrooms
  • Level-access showers with real glass partitions
  • Underfloor heating
  • Fitted kitchens
  • Terrace/balcony/loggia/roof terrace
  • Thermal insulation glazing in the windows
  • Electrically operated roller shutters
  • Lift
  • Fibre optic connection
  • Video intercom system
  • District heating



1 Zimmer 2 Zimmer
1-room apartments

Residence for singles

This one-bedroom flat with a practical floor plan and lovely balcony offers plenty of space in a small area. The open-plan hallway leads directly into the living and dining area, which is also used for sleeping. A spacious shower room completes the single apartment.


3 Zimmer
3-room apartment

Welcome family!

The 3-room flat and its centrepiece – the spacious open-plan living room with kitchen area and access to the balcony – impress with their perfect room layout and practical floor plan. A bedroom and a further room as well as a bathroom with bath and shower complete the family flat.



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The location

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Into the modern age with tradition

As the third largest city in Bavaria and part of the Munich metropolitan region, the Swabian university city is an important industrial location that is home not only to well-known large companies such as MAN or BMK, but also traditional companies like the Augusta brewery or Fürst Fugger Privatbank. Augsburg also has a long tradition as a trade fair city. Its location on the rivers Lech, Wertach and Singold has preserved its rare primeval landscapes, which, along with Augsburg city forest and the Lechtal heaths, are among the most species-rich habitats in Central Europe. Augsburg Nature Park, which borders the city, comprises a large area of woodland. Last but not least, its strong revegetation in the inner-city has led to the city being distinguished as the greenest and most liveable city in the Europe-wide competition Entente Florale Europe. As one of the oldest cities in Germany, Augsburg impresses with a wealth of historical sights and its broad spread of architecture, which ranges from medieval guild houses to Renaissance buildings and the Fugger houses, to buildings from the Baroque right down to the modern age. As the oldest social housing estate in the world, the Fuggerei has been inhabited since 1523 to this day – and is a real gem with history. For its approximately 301,033 inhabitants and roughly 26,000 students, Augsburg is a lovely hometown with an excellent quality of life. The green environment, a developed infrastructure, the short distances to Munich and its location in an economically strong region offer the best prospects for its future development.


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Lively community

In the heart of Augsburg and right next to the city centre, lies the 119.6-hectare District 3, which combines the Bahnhof, Beethoven and Bismarck Quarters. As one of the younger districts in the Fugger city, after numerous renovations in the 19th century, the Bahnhofsviertel is now considered to be a modern district with impressive Gründerzeit buildings. In addition to the railway station grounds, that give the neighbourhood its name, the face of this quarter is characterised by residential and commercial buildings, historic department stores, the city theatre and the Königsplatz square, with a park and tram stops as the focal point of the boulevard.

As the oldest railway station building in a large German city that is still in its original state and in operation, Augsburg Central Station is considered a tourist attraction – and contrary to all clichés, Bahnhofstraße is a colourful and lively shopping street where you feel safe even at night. The proximity to the city centre and the wide range of leisure activities in the green outdoors offer both commuters and students, as well as families and seniors, a good quality of living in the district, which, in addition to a wide range of services, also offers attractive leisure opportunities.





Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

The apartments are ready for occupancy from the 1st of September 2024.


Yes, there is a minimum rental period of 12 months. After that, the lease can be terminated with a 3 months notice period.


Yes, the lease contract includes an index-linked rent. The rent is determined by the price index for the living expenses of all private households in Germany, which is determined by the Federal Statistical Office.


The deposit to be paid in three net rents (the net „cold“ rent plus utilities can be found in the rental agreement). There are no processing or agency fees.


The deposit needs to be transferred to the landlord’s secure account according to § 551 Paragraph 2 BGB.


There are 389 underground parking spaces for cars as well as bicycle parking spaces in the courtyard and underground level.


The keeping of pets has to be checked case by case and requires the approval by the landlord an a side letter to the lease contract.


Yes, there is on individual cellar for each apartment. The cellars are located in the underground level 1 and 2.


The residential complex is supplied by MNet. A corresponding contract is concluded by the tenant.


The team of Müller Merkle Immobilien GmbH is in charge of the letting. From the signing of the lease and already for the handover of the residential units, the property management is responsible. The contact details will be provided when the lease is signed. The property management is your first contact during the entire rental period.


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This website is for initial informational purposes and does not constitute a contractual offer. The website does not create any contractual claims. The content and information have been prepared to the best of our knowledge and belief. No liability is assumed for correctness and completeness. The floor plans are not suitable for taking measurements. Specifications given for areas are planned measurements. Images of the properties are non-binding representations. (© SOMA Jakob Ulbrych)