District Profile Allermöhe

Allermöhe is split in two halves by the A25 motorway and whilst it is clearly dominated by two huge settlements, Allermöhe East and West there is also a remaining village center South, and separated, from the settlements. Those where built in the 70ties of the last century and especially Allermöhe East (which is actually belonging to Bergedorf districts) is not a typical multi-storey apartment blocks architecture, but has curvy streets, 30% single houses and buildings with maximum 4 floors. The variances in design of the houses adds up to the pretty appearance. Neuallermöhe West does not have that variety of architectural design, but the number of floors was also kept low and numerous artificial creeks create a cosy atmosphere. The rental / purchase prices are affordable and thus, the area is the one with the most children in Hamburg. The area is popular among Russians – and this creates problems to a certain extend as their integration is much fought for but not always really successful. The Eichbaumsee South of the A25 is a well-known sea with bathing quality and alongside its banks residents of the district have their picnics and barbecues on sunny weekends.



Average rental price per m²

7,70 EUR

Building style ratio

Apartment blocks: 14,3%
Houses: 85,7%


37,1% singles
20,4% families

16% < 18 years
19,1% > 65 years

Average Income Level

Allermöhe:  35.822 EUR
Hamburg: 35.567 EUR