The corner building at Crottendorfer Strasse 16 in Reudnitz is a historically-protected Altbau with a freshly painted façade and handsome ornamental decorations. While the stucco walls in the entrance area have been carefully restored, the inner courtyard will will receive a new lawn and be made available for use as a community garden in the future. On the five storeys there are 14 partially renovated residential apartments, from 1- to 3-bedroom, which have been fitted with real wood parquet flooring in the living rooms and tiling in the kitchens and bathrooms. Two units are attic apartments.
Crottendorfer Strasse 16 lies in the heart of Reudnitz. Also known as "Detroitnitz", this district in the southeast of Leipzig intrigues and attracts people with a unique charm all its very own. Derelict, graffiti-strewn buildings meet a young bar and pub culture, inspiring cultural offers and inventive restaurants. Carefully renovated Wilhelminian-style buildings attract artists, students and young professionals who are captivated by this unconventional area and eager to look behind its rough façade.