Mönchengladbach zieht an.
Mönchengladbach is building itself young. As the largest city on the Lower Rhine with a population of around 263,000, it provides the dynamism between the metropolises on the Rhine and Ruhr. While the city used to be a largely pure textile location, it now has a colourful and healthy mix of industries.
In addition to the traditional industries of textiles and fashion, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering as well as logistics, the "new" industries of media and IT as well as the health industry are increasingly coming onto the scene. Mönchengladbach's cluster offensive is bearing fruit: currently all the leading industries are on a growth course, which is also having a positive influence on the city's development.
The dynamic is reflected in numerous projects. Here are three examples:
The successful model of Nordpark, around Borussia Park and Hockey Park, is being expanded by another high-quality business park with a potential area of 47.5 hectares.
The Regiopark in the south of the city was developed in 2007 and offers excellent conditions especially for the logistics industry. With the expansion, the Regiopark will cover an area of 120 hectares in the future.
The new trade and service centre as well as other centre-relevant developments increase the attractiveness of the city centre.
The large number of projects realised in the last two years is proof of the upward trend in Mönchengladbach. This means that there will continue to be numerous interesting investment opportunities for project developers and investors in the future.
Here you can find more information about Mönchengladbach.
WFMG – Wirtschaftsförderung Mönchengladbach GmbH
Dr. Ulrich Schückhaus
D - 41061 Mönchengladbach