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Munich City

8 Apartment Blocks with 292 units Property size: ca. 26.615 sqm Rentable size: ca. 22.800 sqm 138 Garages in Basement Asking price EUR 47 Mio.

Munich Area - Countryside

Outstanding Private Mansion

Property size approx. 59.116 sqm, Mansion approx. 2.000 sqm, built in 2007 - 32 spacious rooms with 11 fireplaces ­ 8 all marble bathrooms, Spa, Pool, Private Lake, Guest House, Private Park and much more

EUR 12,9 Mio. incl. interior

Munich City

2 Retail Properties ­PackageThe very best retail location in Europe Property size: appr. 1.266 sqm Rentable size: appr. 4.019 sqm Asking price EUR 85 Mio.

Historical Castle + Estate

2 hours from Munich Ground: approx. 1.070.000 m 14 beautiful rooms, 750 m Living space, Agriculture plant, Waterpower plant, Hunting, Fishing Asking price EUR 5,4 Mio.

Munich Area South 5***** Hotel-Complex

225 rooms, 68 apts. BusinessCenter, 2 Restaurants with Lake view, Nightclub, Bar, IndoorOutdoor pool located in park of 30.000 sqm, Spa-Resort and more. Total size: 42.500 sqm

Asking price EUR 65 Mio.

These statements are not to be regarded as an offer. They are merely a general information of the property and location delivered by the owner. We therefore cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information. All statements are strictly confidential and not to be disclosed to third parties without our written permission. By doing so without permission, the receiver of this document agrees to be liable for payment of full commission fees. See our general terms and conditions: www.hertwig.de/imprint . Please note: All prices plus commission fees · Hertwig GmbH & Co. KG · Maximilianstr. 35a · D - 80539 München · Tel 089-2421 8443 · www.hertwig.de ·

About Munich

In Munich, there is a lot more to discover than magnificent buildings, modern architecture, internationally renowned museums of art and technology or fascinating galleries - it is also home to all of the world famous designer shops and to top medical services.

Munich as a business hub ­ key data

Munich and the surrounding area are one of Europe's most dynamic business regions. The city's enviable geographic location combines with optimal conditions for the corporate sector. And both factors are ideally complemented by an unrivaled array of leisure and recreation facilities. All of which makes Munich one of the foremost business hubs in both Germany and Europe.

Population

Some 1.31 million people live in Munich. At 23 percent, the immigrant population is higher than the national average ­ as in all of Europe's flourishing cities. About 41 percent of the city's resident foreigners are European Union nationals. Immigration and a slight increase in the birth rate are contributing to an ongoing positive demographic trend.

Economic strength

A distinctive feature of Munich's business landscape is its well-balanced mix of industries. The Bavarian capital is home to a number of global corporations of the caliber of BMW, MAN, Siemens, Allianz, MunichRe, KnorrBremse just to name a few. Yet a large number of small and medium-sized enterprises representing a wide variety of industries are likewise based here. These companies ­ some 330 in all ­ give work to more than 100,000 people within the city's boundaries. Munich and the surrounding region form the focal point of business activity in the Free State of Bavaria. 21 percent of the Bavarian population lives in the Munich region, where it generates 30 percent of Bavaria's Gross Domestic Product (GDP). In 2008, this figure totalled 75.1 billion for Munich itself and 130 billion for the region as a whole. The service sector is the region's dominant industry, accounting for some 68 percent of Munich's GDP (against a figure of 68 percent for the whole of Bavaria). The manufacturing industry contributes just under 24 percent to Munich's GDP.

Employment

The region's jobless figures give a clear indication of the upswing experienced in recent years. Munich's unemployment rate dropped from 6.4 percent in 2006 to 5.2 percent in 2007 and just 4.4 percent on average in 2008. Expressed in absolute numbers, unemployment fell from 83,000 in 2006 to 52,400 in 2008 (a decline of 34,600). Despite the ongoing global crisis these figures and the economy in Greater Munich have remained on a very stable level.

Science and education

A variegated school system and a plethora of respected training, development and adult education facilities form the bedrock of Munich's educational system. Elementary schools and three streamed secondary school systems provide a broad-based general education that gives vital orientation in today's knowledge society. The Bavarian capital operates more schools ­ 310 general secondary schools, including 48 grammar schools and 190 vocational schools ­ than any other local authority in Germany. Three international schools, i.e. International School Starnberg, European School Munich, European Business School, and a wide range of schools catering to specific native languages have also become established in Munich Germany's second university city Specialized establishments such as universities and polytechnics help the region accumulate a pool of in-depth expertise. Eleven internationally recognized universities, polytechnics and other institutes of higher education make Munich Germany's second-largest university city. The challenge today is to attract creative people in knowledge-based disciplines during their educational trajectory ­ and then to keep them afterwards. Munich rises to this challenge by offering a broad array of excellent training and development organizations and a multifaceted labor market.

· Hertwig GmbH & Co. KG · Maximilianstr. 35a · D - 80539 München · Tel 089-2421 8443 · www.hertwig.de · Text / Pictures: www.muenchen.de/www.bmw.com/www.hotels.com

World-ranking research establishments

Munich is home to a kaleidoscope of world-ranking non-university establishments. The Fraunhofer Society, for example, has its headquarters and six further institutes here. The Max Planck Society has its administrative offices and no fewer than 13 institutes here. The Helmholtz Association (three institutes), the Leibniz Association (four institutes) and knowledge organizations such as the GSF National Research Center for Environment and Health and the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Oberpfaffenhofen round off the picture of a very mature education and research hub in and around the Bavarian capital. The European and German Patent Offices help the business community translate its knowledge into products and services. Bavaria regularly tops the list of patent registrations in both Germany and Europe.

Munich is one of Europe's leading medical competence centers

Two first-class university hospitals, Munich General Hospital with its four large hospitals covering the entire city ­ which today represent the largest health care provider in the south of Germany -, and some 50 public and private clinics have contributed to Munich's reputation. Nationally and internationally, the city ranks with the best, whether in terms of research, diagnostics, or treatment in any medical discipline. More than 13,000 hospital beds and some 5,000 physicians as well as a large number of doctors' surgeries and labs allow Munich to offer to patients from all over the globe a level of health care that is nearly unparalleled in Europe. The scientific-technological environment surrounding the city's health care is one of Munich's particular strengths. Due to its scientific and bio-scientific research institutions, its competent centers for applied sciences in health care and its numerous medical device businesses, Munich has kept the highest profile in the field of life sciences. The sector employs some 24,000 individuals in Munich. The range of medical services: Cancer Treatment ­ Physical and Psychological Help Cardiology in Munich ­ a Focus on the Heart Medical care especially for children Specific and individual help for diabetics Gynaecology - excellent medical care for women Ophthalmology - Regaining Clear Vision Orthopaedics Rehabilitation - Back to Your Daily Routine in Good Health The Broad Spectrum of Surgery in Munich Urology ­ A Field of Medicine Requiring a High Degree of Sensitivity

Munich is home to more than 200 medical device manufacturers

In the Munich metropolitan area, there is a cluster of more than 200 medical device manufacturers employing some 14.000 individuals. The product spectrum of the highly technology-oriented innovative Munich companies ranges from laboratory devices and medical-device-related services to software for medical applications and a variety of highly-specialized products for surgery, ophthalmology or dentistry. The manufacturers' focus is on diagnostic, therapeutic and orthopaedic devices. Munich's medical device businesses are highly specialized and are often international leaders in their fields. Medical device manufacturers that employ a workforce of more than one hundred include Rodenstock or Stöckert Instruments, which specializes in heart-lung machines. Near Munich, there are additional large businesses such as BrainLAB, a manufacturer of cancer treatment software, or Heine Optotechnik, a producer of diagnostic instruments and precision optics. What is more, global technology group General Electric operates its GE Global Research Center in the Munich metropolitan area, a research and development department specializing, among other things, in medical devices. Please do not hesitate to contact us for private and confidential information

· Hertwig GmbH & Co. KG · Maximilianstr. 35a · D - 80539 München · Tel 089-2421 8443 · www.hertwig.de · Text / Pictures: www.muenchen.de/www.bmw.com/www.hotels.com

Munich Airport and some of Munich's 5*-Hotels

The Airport is situated about 30 min. (as the crow flies) north of the city center. More than 30 million passengers (in 2006) make this the seventh-busiest airport in Europe, and easily Germany's number two. Opened in 1992, the airport today boasts connections to 164 European, 35 Asian, 25 North American, 18 African and 2 South American destinations. The number of direct flights has also risen. And the airport further consolidated its leading position when Terminal 2 went off the blocks in 2003. Concrete plans for a third runway confirm that Munich Airport remains on course for exceptional growth. Capital goods, consumer goods and new technologies are the focus of shows and events held at Munich's exhibition center. Hosting 40 or so industry-focused trade shows, Messe München International (MMI) ranks as a leading international exhibition company. More than 30,000 exhibitors from over 100 countries and more than two million visitors from around 180 countries attend events in Munich every year. MMI also organizes trade shows in Asia, the Middle East and South America. Its agile global network ­ four foreign subsidiaries and 62 foreign representations ­ operates in 86 countries around the world. MMI complements this portfolio of leading international events by offering customers from Germany and abroad opportunities to use the New Exhibition Center, the adjacent International Congress Center (ICM) and the M,O,C event center to stage guest shows and collaborative events. ... and a selection of the beautiful 5*-Hotels in Munich

Bayerischer Hof

Mandarin Oriental

Vier Jahreszeiten - Kempinski

Le Meridien

Dorint - Sofitel

Rocco The Charles

Arabella

Hilton Park

Marriot

Königshof

Mandarin Oriental

Bayerischer Hof

· Hertwig GmbH & Co. KG · Maximilianstr. 35a · D - 80539 München · Tel 089-2421 8443 · www.hertwig.de · Text / Pictures: www.muenchen.de/www.bmw.com/www.hotels.com

Surroundings

Gently undulating green hills where Bavarian cows graze in peace, picturesque farming communities huddled around towering onion-top spires where old traditions are lovingly preserved, glittering crystal-clear lakes and imposing mountain summits that turn into a white winter wonderland ­ that's what Munich's scenic surroundings that teem with attractive destinations are all about.

Bavaria's Lakes, Castles, Mountains and Valleys

Folks of all ages enjoy hopping on a boat, cruising Upper Bavaria's lakes such as Tegernsee, Ammersee, or Starnberger See, and skipping ashore to enjoy coffee and cake in a cafe right by the water. An outing to one of the beautiful cities in Munich's vicinity is of equal appeal, whether you are heading for the spa of Bad Tölz on the River Isar with its picturesque old town, the old bishop's seat of Freising, or Garmisch-Partenkirchen, whose fame extends far beyond Bavaria's borders on account of its exceptional choice of winter sports options.

Starnberger See and Ammersee

Time and again, people will attest to Munich's outstanding array of recreational options. And who would be surprised, what with all of the lakes and mountains that so picturesquely dot the countryside just outside the city's gates? All it takes is a half-hour drive or thirty minutes on the S-Bahn, and you'll be right on the shore of Starnberger See (Lake Starnberg), "Munich's bathtub". Bavaria's second largest lake is as much a part of the attractive Five-Lake Region as is 18-square-mile Ammersee, where the Bavarian Lake Cruise Company's (Bayerische Seenschifffahrt) fleet plies the waters in summer.

Tegernsee and Schliersee

Located southeast of Munich, Tegernsee is another lake where ships will take you on a relaxing cruise - and that's all year round. But it's worth getting off at one of the stops, such as the spa of Bad Wiessee, which boasts a casino, the sophisticated and historic retreat of Rottach-Egern, and, naturally, the town of Tegernsee itself, where an eponymous palace adorned by a Baroque church is living testimony to Bavaria's splendid past. Not far from Tegernsee, more fun can be had on the water: Schliersee and Spitzingsee, which is located at an altitude of 3560 feet, impress not only with their first-rate water quality but also with their surroundings, where hikers have a field day. Rotwand, the area's tallest mountain, is an ideal destination for a Sunday excursion. Stop at Rotwandhaus for a meal or a snack.

Chiemsee

If, on the other hand, you drive from Munich in the direction of Salzburg, you will note from the autobahn the reflections bouncing off the many colourful sails chasing a brisk breeze on the Bavarian Sea, as Chiemsee is affectionately called. Whereas some indulge in athletic pursuits on Bavaria's largest lake, others get their fix of culture, marvelling at King Ludwig II's sumptuous Herrenchiemsee palace tucked away on an island.

Berchtesgaden and Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Many tourists will rave just as much about a cruise on Königsee ­ a lake located in the heart of Berchtesgaden National Park. Emerald-green, the crystal-clear lake is brilliant, surrounded by the majestic rock faces of the Watzmann range, which was named after the 8904-foot Watzmann, one of Bavaria's tallest mountains. The Zugspitze is both Bavaria's and Germany's tallest mountain, towering 9718 feet above the GarmischPartenkirchen region. It's a joy to mountaineers, skiers, and visitors alike because it can also be scaled without expending any effort by taking the rack railway. Once at the top, where it's windy and fairly cool even in summer, you will find a snow cover to admire all year round.

But Bavaria's mountains are not only attractive during the warm season. Upper Bavaria's skiing resorts of Bayrischzell, including Wendelstein and Sudelfeld, Lenggries, including Brauneck, and oftfrozen Schliersee are extremely popular with skiers, snowboarders, skaters, and winter hikers alike. So let's go!

· Hertwig GmbH & Co. KG · Maximilianstr. 35a · D - 80539 München · Tel 089-2421 8443 · www.hertwig.de · Text / Pictures: www.muenchen.de/www.bmw.com/www.hotels.com

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