Close to the central bus and tram station and several cultural sites, this area provides you with everything Chemnitz has to offer.
In a good neighborhood!
The quarter: Moritzstraße is right at the heart of Chemnitz: Close to the central bus and tram station and several cultural sites, this area provides you with everything Chemnitz has to offer: Urban noise in all its facets and noise levels, restaurants, pubs, your best-loved takeaways, clubs, and museums. Go and see Otto Dix’ paintings or bands in the Atomino and explore Saxon archaeology or tales of the city’s history.
The location: Nowhere is more central – you can walk to important cultural or culinary hotspots within just a few minutes. The city’s most famous club — the Atomino — is just one floor down; several of Chemnitz’ shopper's paradises and parks are just around the corner. And should you feel the need to leave the city behind, you will find buses, trams and trains taking you wherever you want right at your doorstep.
The space: The shop is directly in the Tietz building. The historic Chemnitz department store is now home to the municipal library, the Volkshochschule adult education centre, the Neue Sächsische Galerie and the museum of natural history. The Tietz also houses several small shops, such as the Ticket Shop or the Worldshop, a café popular with the youngsters, and of course the most famous club in Chemnitz, the Atomino. In short: This is not only one of the most important and most frequented cultural centres of the city, but also one of the most international. 86 m2 of space, wallpapered and with a first coat of paint, are yours to move in.
The first three years are rent-free. You only pay the ancillary costs. After that, the rent will be raised gradually. You can agree with your landlord to what extent.
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