Leipzig rises to 2nd place in the city ranking for sustainability. For the fifth time already, the Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI) and the private bank Berenberg have examined the 30 largest cities in Germany for their future viability. Leipzig was the second most prolific city in the ranking. The city with meanwhile almost 600,000 inhabitants shows itself as a modern big city with many different faces. Trade fair city, book city, green city, music city - in hardly any other place in Germany are so many different facets united as in Leipzig. This enormous diversity is also reflected in the different districts of the city. In terms of quality of life and real estate, the Südvorstadt is more sought-after than almost any other district of Leipzig. As the name suggests, it is located south of the city centre. Their main artery is the Karl-Liebknecht-Straße, affectionately called "Karli" by the people of Leipzig. Here life is raging: trendy next to delicatessens, quaint pubs next to vegan restaurants, medical families next to the student flat. The area around the Karli is colourful and varied. Also with the real estates: There are still numerous wonderfully preserved Gründerzeit buildings in the Südvorstadt. The quality of life is further enhanced by the proximity to the southern alluvial forest and the Fockeberg, Leipzig's highest elevation.
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