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Medical Center on the Luegallee in Oberkassel No. 1450 (2.82km)

72633#1450 40545 Düsseldorf, Germany Office building Rent € 1 875
Alexander Langebner

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Plot area
125 m²


Total area
125.00 m²
Construction year


Separate Toilette
Additional rooms
Living situation
Suitable for senior citizens, Accessible
Parquet flooring

Limitations & Requirements

Vacant from
nach Absprache


Type of energy pass
Consumption certificate
End of energy consumption
168.80 kWh/(m²·year)
Energy efficiency class


Cold Rent
1 875 EUR
Additional costs
350 EUR
Warm rent
2 225 EUR
Foreign provision
2,38 NMM inkl. MwSt.
Foreign provision incl. VAT

Property description

Freshly reworked parquet floor on move-in.

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light-flooded commercial space.
Lift, south-facing balconies,
These practice rooms are also suitable as a medical practice (eg general medical, ENT , Ophthalmologist, pycologist, dentist, etc.), training rooms, law firm, engineering firm, business consulting, notary.
Exclusive office space in a prime location.
The high ceilings with the stucco from the year of construction are already present.
Parquet Flooring
Art Nouveau
Year of construction 1910
Consumption certificate
Final energy consumption 168,8 kWh / (m2 * a)
essential energy source gas
energy certificate valid until 07.02.2026


Balcony and elevator


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40545 Düsseldorf, Germany