Hanseatic city of Stralsund
The beautiful hanseatic city of Stralsund is directly located at the German Baltic Sea area, in one of the most sun-rich regions of Germany, and close to the metropoles of Hamburg, Berlin and Gdansk.
The hanseatic city of Stralsund is in the northeast of Germany and was founded in 1234. It is situated in the federal state Mecklenburg-West Pomerania with the coordinates 54,19° North Latitude and 13,05° East Longitude.
Stralsund is a town at the ocean and is called the gate to the island of Rügen, which is Germany’s largest island.
It is the fourth biggest town of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, the district town of the administrative district Vorpommern-Rügen and counts round about 57,500 inhabitants.
In 2002, the world heritage site entitled the Old Town of Stralsund with its numerous historic monuments and the most valuable products of Brick Gothic as “historical old town Stralsund and Wismar”.
Especially impressive are the huge Brick Churches, the town hall with its façade, the training sailing ship Gorch Fock (built in the year 1933) and the bridge to Rügen, which determines the skyline of Stralsund.
Here, modern and traditional architecture meet each other in a symbiosis and impart Stralsund a very special charm.
The projects of the project development company ITG Projektentwicklungsgesellschaft mbH, especially the building complex at the corner of the streets Heilgeiststraße and Jacobiturmstraße, are located in the heart of Stralsund’s old town near. The Stralsund harbour and the promenade practically lie at your feet.
The Quartier Heilgeiststraße 32-34 and Jacobiturmstraße 9 is directly located on the axis connecting the Ozeaneum on the harbour island and the historic Old Town with the Old and New market square and various museums.
From here, the distance to the Quartier 17 (a new shopping centre) and the pedestrian zone is less than 100 metre. There you can find plenty of shops, restaurants and cafes, doctors, pharmacies, banks, as well as a broad cultural offer like the theater, the churches and the cinema.