The urban flair of the European city of Görlitz-Zgorzelec offers stylish apartments and a high quality of life, especially in the old town with its thousands of monuments. Whether old or new, whether Baroque or Renaissance, Gründerzeit or Art Nouveau: in Görlitz and in the idyllic surrounding area there is a wide range of apartments and enough space to develop individually or as a family.
To live in the European town Görlitz-Zgorzelec is living within a diverse surrounding. May it be in one of the 4,000 architectural monuments or in a new building, for rent or as property. This town offers lots of attractive space and affordable prices.
The town’s diversity in architecture is visible with attractive flats in the old town and the Wilhelminian era quarter. Big squares and green areas provide a pleasant surrounding to live in.
This is also true for the neighbouring counties of Görlitz and Zgorzelec with idyllic villages and charming medium-sized and small towns. A growing number of young families feel attracted to enjoy the slow life in balance with nature and regional traditions.
The municipal housing society Kommwohnen GmbH is happy to assist clients with their search four suitable space to live. Kommwohnen is much more than a renter. Its staff members especially encourage and accompany “newcomers” to their region with friendliness and service in several languages.
…or, as they say here in Görlitz: “trial living”. As part of the research project “Testing the city of the future”, interested parties had the opportunity to apply for a three-month stay in Görlitz between October 2021 and March 2023 and to live free of charge. Each season, the research project focuses on specific topics. The current round focuses on sustainability and climate neutrality.
The application period for this season has expired. We will inform you about new developments in the future. Read about the research project here:
This project has received funding from tax resources on the basis of the budget adopted by the members of the Parliament of the Free State of Saxony.