With this new build dating from 2001, IG Immobilien managed to create a modern, bright space. Large windows, rooms flooded with light and the central location make this house attractive for flats and offices.
Flats and one office
Area available for letting: approx. 1,700 m²
- Flats: 15
- Offices: 1
- In-house underground car park
Despite its name, no lake or pond can be found in Seegasse (lake street) today. The name harks back to an old fish pond that used to be here - a cut-off meander of the Danube, which was first mentioned in a document in 1415. Originally, Seegasse 3 was owned by Johann Baptist Freiherr von Pasqualati, Edler von Osterberg (1777-1830). His friend, the musical genius Ludwig van Beethoven, even dedicated an overture from his opera "Fidelio" to him. The first building erected here in 1786 was merely a barn. Constant changes of ownership marked the following centuries. In 1820, for example, the property was owned by the city and country coachman Joseph Janschky. His grandson, August Siccard von Siccardsburg, later designed the then highly controversial Vienna State Opera.
The house was rebuilt in 1882, and the writer Ludwig Schneegans, in the employ of Ludwig II of Bavaria, moved in. Literary greats such as Paul von Heyse, Ferdinand von Saar and Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach were his frequent guests.
With a new build dating from 2001, IG Immobilien managed to create a modern, bright space. Large windows, rooms flooded with light and the central location make this house attractive for flats and offices. The flats afford a beautiful and, for the city centre, unique view onto greenery, as the property is situated directly next to a park. Security is a priority in this building. A video intercom and CCTV at the entrance and in the garage are part of the safety measures in place.
The Danube Canal, Summerstage and other leisure facilities are located in direct proximity and ensure relaxation in day-to-day life. Public transport is within walking distance, as are a whole range of cultural, social and educational facilities such as the Schauspielhaus, the Gartenpalais Liechtenstein or the Lycée Français.