With almost 800 real estate sales in 2010, the district Maxvorstadt is a strong real estate sales area. The Maxvorstadt is a borough of Munich and the District 3. This joins between Odeonsplatz and Stachus directly on the northwestern part of the old city and East is bounded by the English garden, in the North it touches Schwabing, in the North West of Neuhausen. The eastern part of the suburb of Max are often wrongly attributed to Schwabing. The Maxvorstadt, inter alia with the underground lines U2 and U3, U6-U 1 is equipped with public transport. Similarly, the tramway lines here run 16, 17, 20, 21 and 27.
The Maxvorstadt was between 1805 and 1810 the first Bavarian King Maximilian I Joseph, hence the name, as first planned city expansion designed. First the Ludwigstrasse was established of the Feldherrnhalle to the Siegestor. The district has above average many facilities in the cultural and artistic field, many of the most important museums and collections of the city as old – and Neue Pinakothek, Lenbachhaus art construction, etc., etc. are located here. To many educational institutions such as the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat (LMU), the Technical University, come, etc., etc. The concentration of jobs and over a hundred thousand students cause that in the Maxvorstadt day almost four times as many people are when in fact reside. The Maxvorstadt is a typical especially around the universities academic and student quarters, much of what characterizes the typical image of”Schwabing”, is actually the Maxvorstadt. Among the inhabitants of the 20’s age group is most represented up to 30 years, children under 15 years of age and the elderly are numerically relatively small.