The house on Mariahilfer Straße 97 lies near the station Westbahnhof and on one of the city's most popular shopping streets. It is in direct proximity to an underground station, and trams and buses also depart close by, making this an ideal location for people who like to rely on public transport.
Flats, offices and business areas
Area available for letting: approx. 6,800 m²
- Flats: 4
- Offices: 4
- Retail areas: 2
It may be hard to imagine, but this bustling mile of business was once a wine-growing area. In the 18th century, Mariahilf transformed from village to important industrial area, and Mariahilfer Straße became an essential arterial road and the no. 1 trading hub. At the turn of the 19th century, multi-storey buildings with lavish facades changed the character of the street.
Emil Ritter von Förster was a prominent architect in the late Historicism period. In 1883, he built the house on Mariahilfer Straße 97 for the transcription company Gebrüder Böhm. Then, a draperies retailer moved in. The owners were the pioneers Carl Kastner and Hermann Öhler. To this day, the first Viennese shopping street has not lost any of its importance or flair.
For IG Immobilien, an ideal location: directly at the heart of business. The house on Mariahilfer Straße 97 lies near the station Westbahnhof. It is also in direct proximity to an underground station, and trams and buses also depart close by, making this an ideal location for people who like to rely on public transport. For those unwilling or unable to give up their car, a secure car park is available in the nearby garage.
In the course of the refurbishment in 2002, IG Immobilien took care to create an even brighter and more modern look by introducing more glass elements. The business tenants - among them the Müller flagship store Austria - benefit from this new design.
The Joint Vienna Institute (JVI) is also housed in number 97. Surprisingly, despite having a bustling shopping street on the doorstep, the property also offers peace and tranquillity: behind the grand facade, in the courtyard, lies a wonderfully lush garden.