The population of the Bavarian capital has grown further and the city now has over 1.5 million inhabitants, according to the city’s Statistic Manual, tz.de reports today, July 5, 2016. The population of Germany’s third largest city, Munich is behind only Berlin (3.5 million) and Hamburg (1.8 million), has grown for another 32,483 people in the course of one year and the new official number of inhabitants is 1,521,678. The illustration by tz.de below shows which of the 25 districts of the city has the highest population density. In 2012 the population of Munich was 1,439,474.
The number of households in Munich in 2015 has risen to 822,906. In 2014 the city had 809,799 households. The effects of the population growth have already had an impact on the housing market of the Bavarian capital. New figures about the housing market in Munich are going to be published tomorrow, July 6, 2016. Munich extends to an area of some 31.1 hectares. The largest expansion of the urban area is 20.7 kilometres from north to south and from east to west 26.9 km.