Vibrantly alive and in its very center. With the completion of the Kö-Bogen in the winter of 2013, the city of Düsseldorf has received a new city center. Architecture and the design of inner-city spaces take on a vital function: urban repair. This innovative and historically unique collaboration of city planning, architecture and top tenants turn Kö-Bogen into a very attractive piece of real estate.
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THE HANGING GARDENS OF KÖNIGSALLEE
Local grasses, ferns, perennials, shrubs, trees – partially evergreen and very robust. Colorful flowers from spring to summer and beautiful, warm fall colors embellish the compositional structure of the façade of the Kö-Bogen and represent a living green contrast to the linear outer shell. In addition, the cuts have been effectively thought through in terms of technology. Automatic watering, fertilizing and heating as well as growth enhancing lights create the essentials for the green areas. Ideal growing conditions are achieved with different soil depths of 30cm, 50cm and 100cm. Added to this is underground anchoring and safeguarding against erosion and suction.
With the Steigenberger Park Hotel, which is among the best accommodations in all of Düsseldorf, there is a true luxury hotel in the neighborhood. In addition, the famous “Altsadt” (old town) of Düsseldorf is in immediate proximity. The Deutsche Oper am Rhein, theaters and museums such as the K21 or the Kunstpalast are also close by.