Outer New Town, quarter in the boundary and in the administrative district  Ortsamt Neustadt. In former times also called Antonstadt this quarter forms the "statistic quarter 11 Äußere Neustadt.

This part of the new town is today the scene quarter of Dresden with approximately one hundred taverns of all kinds, small art stages, studio and crazy shops for with priority young people. Due to its minimal destruction in the Second World War the outer part of the New Town has taken on a centre functions with "old town flair". Because of the versatile offers and the multi-cultural flairs it is in high demand on the Dresden housing market because despite the many taverns there are very calm and marvelously reorganized residential yards.

In the Middle Ages the area was called "the sand" and it was an area used for agri- and viticulture. After the 30 years war the land was left open and released from 1744 onwards for land development. In the course of the earlier highways towards Königsbrück and Bautzen developed already at that time numerous hotels, in addition, gardens and baths like the Linck bath. The quarter was already at that time a popular nightclub district. After the 7-year war two municipalities of the "new cultivation on the sand" developed: an advice and an office municipality.

The older land development of these quarter lost ground in the second half of the 19th century to today's still nearly closed existing "period of promoterism"-land development, which dominates the area's flair. Around 1910 the quarter reached with 40,000 inhabitants its probably largest number of inhabitants, today approximately 30,000 people live in the entire local exchange. After 1970 whole road courses decayed due to the one-sided building politics of the GDR in favor of of disk settlements. Against the planned demolition resistance became already apparent in the late 1980's, the end of the GDR saved the quarter from destruction. In 1991 the Outer New Town was declared reorganization area, in short time-nearly self run it developed into the most popular tavern quarter of Dresden and took, at least for this part function, on the role of a then non-existing closed city centre.

Public transport - then and now
The borough is good developed since the beginning of the "tram-age" by the main lines on the Königsbrücker (traditionally lines 7 and 8) and Bautzner Straße (traditionally the line 11).

Through the centre of the scene quarter leads the line 13, however particularly on weekends in the evening the journey is rather hampered by the narrow roads with parking cars and pub visitors on their ways.

Therefore a plead to all visitors of the quarter: leave your car behind or at least park it properly on the outskirts of the quarter. A few steps after a beer won't harm you!

Living and Building development
The exterior new city is one of the largest closed "period of promoterism" quarters in Germany, some sources speaks of the largest of its kind. Since 1990 approximately 80% of the buildings were reorganized, besides there are some gap-closing buildings more or less attractive, which however as far as possible blend in with the overall view.

Kirchen & Religionsgemeinschaften

Culture and Recreation
The borough dominated by various small art and scene, outstanding the "Scheune", regular Live music in different taverns, occasional events in the "Orpheum", Travestieprogramm in "Pfund's dairy", and training with the Herbert Wehner Bildungswerk and so on.

Shopping and Dining
Along the cross
Louisen- and Alaunstraße, but also the roads Görlitzer, Böhmischen and Bautzner Straße as well as on the square Martin-Luther-Platz approx 100 pubs of all kind are situated.

On the roads Rothenburger, Luisen- and Bautzner Straße, but also along other roads the visitor can find trendy shops, it becomes apparent that there are rather no large shop-chains. A very recommendable place is the Art-yard (Kunsthof).

In the district there is an primary school and grammar school, also the middle school ESB college media GmbH (Private School). The next regular school is located in the
Leipziger Vorstadt

Employers are often trade and catering, smaller offices, in addition, handicraft and production traditionally in back yard building and/or yards (example Dentalcosmetique).