Like a collection of architectural quotations, the three façades of our Greifweg development successfully blend elements of opulent Milanese art deco, contemporary architecture and high-end style.
With his design, architect Sebastian Treese has skilfully brought the visual language of the 1920s into the present day – and created dream homes for discerning individualists.
Exquisite exterior detailing helps to give the development’s three buildings a shared visual identity: the central block’s elegant Vert de Salvan granite is thus tastefully echoed by the doorframes of its neighbours and by the cladding of the trio’s lower sections, slender window uprights ensure a refined look right across the frontage, and the four front doors have distinctive steel mouldings that nod to art deco’s geometric flamboyance.
Striking staircases then lead up to living spaces that are testimony to our unwavering pursuit of aesthetic and material perfection.
In the 18 luxurious apartments, which include two maisonettes, white oiled-oak floors blend harmoniously with light-coloured walls, Pietra Grigia marble adds enduring elegance to the bathrooms, and unobtrusive, state-of-the-art technology ensures residents enjoy Ralf Schmitz’s customary comfort and convenience.
Our stylish Greifweg building lies close to the Rhine river in the heart of “New Oberkassel”, a new residential area being developed in this popular district of Düsseldorf. Within walking distance of the historic city centre, it combines lifestyle and liveability, having numerous restaurants, markets and boutiques nearby as well as idyllic private gardens to the rear. What’s more, thanks to the various terraces and balconies, the latter can even be enjoyed from each floor.