1010 Vienna, Hohenstaufengasse 7
Commercial and Residential Space
Usable floor space: 5,167 m²
Lettable area: 4,104 m²
Offices, apartments and shops
The land was originally owned by the Schottenstift, a Benedictine monastery. It was an area where cannons were positioned during the Turkish siege in 1529, artillery which contributed decisively to the expulsion of the Turks. The nearby Salzburger Hof was converted into an arms depot in the 16th century. In 1584, the Imperial Arsenal and the Upper Arsenal were built on the enlarged area. Both buildings were later replaced in the course of urban expansion. This was when the building at Hohenstaufengasse no. 7 was erected.
When walking to the underground station at Jonas Reindl, one passes the famous Drei-Mäderl-Haus. In the building at Mölkersteig no. 1, the young Franz Schubert not only taught music, but soon became a frequent guest and friend of the art-loving family. Another building that one passes on the way is the Law School of the University of Vienna.
Good accessibility by public transport and their location in the stock-exchange area are huge advantages for offices and apartments.
The building underwent a general renovation in the course of an attic conversion. The newly installed glass elevator takes you up to four air-conditioned luxury apartments created in 2000. Not only do these apartments feature an attractive, optimized lay-out, they also offer breathtaking views from the terraces, and a further surprise - an outdoor Jacuzzi.