Prestigious Address
in Renowned Core Location

Brienner Straße 14 | 80333 Munich

Right in the urban heart of Munich, between the Maxvorstadt district and the historic town centre, lies Brienner Strasse 14: One of the most genteel among the historic grand townhouses of the Bavarian state capital. Located behind its neoclassical façade are around 7,837 sqm of modern and well-appointed office and commercial units that provide plenty of open space for modern work formats in an exquisite atmosphere.

European and

Munich. State capital, tourist attraction, business metropolis. No less than 7 DAX-listed companies have their head offices in Munich, more than in any other German city. Around 140,000 students are enrolled in Munich’s three major public universities and more than 25 smaller higher education institutions, some of them private, and universities of applied sciences. With academics making up 40% of its population, Munich offers an exceptionally large pool of highly skilled professionals. Unsurprisingly, the city is Germany’s most important hot spot for start-ups and newly formed businesses, second only to Berlin. This explains why its unemployment rate, currently at 3.9%, has consistently undercut the national average for many years. Inversely, its purchasing power significantly exceeds the German average – by 36.5%. Accordingly, Munich is a highly coveted location for investors and international luxury brands.

But while being one of the most dynamic economic regions in Europe, it also boasts a high liveability score: Munich offers a vast range of cultural, leisure and recreational amenities – its appeal enhanced not least by the city’s close proximity to the alpine foothills and lakes of Upper Bavaria.

(Quoted figures from 2022, source: City of Munich)

Sustainable in the true sense of the word, since 1824.

Brienner Strasse is one of the four most eminent boulevards of Munich, the others being Ludwigstrasse, Maximilianstrasse and Prinzregentenstrasse. Extending over a length of 1.5 km, it traces the historic route the members of Bavaria’s royal family used to take from the Munich Residence to Nymphenburg Palace.

In conjunction with the development of the Maxvorstadt district as the first planned urban expansion of Munich, the building at Brienner Strasse 14 was constructed in the French Classicist style by Jean Baptiste Métivier. The principal contractor was Baroness Sophie von Bayrstorff. When she passed away, her daughter, who was married to the Portuguese Count d’Almeida, moved into the house, which has since been known as Palais Almeida.

Today, it counts among the few remaining grand townhouses from that era in the Bavarian state capital. However, only the protected front building facing the street was preserved, whereas the rear building section was completely rebuilt in 1994. In 2015, the entire complex was comprehensively refurbished and modernised.

The six above-ground levels in the new building section that are grouped around the greened central courtyard now contain well-appointed office and commercial units with excellent specifications that are not just highly presentable but that can also be divided and customised as needed.

  • A unique complex of historic grand townhouse and new-build modern section
  • Total lettable area of 7,837 sqm
  • Extensive leafy courtyard
  • Prestigious premium units, sub-divisible, starting at about 421 sqm
  • Underground car park with car and bicycle parking spots
  • Comprehensive energy efficiency upgrade in 2015

Generously Sized Rooms Full of Character –
Ready for Bespoke Layout Ideas

Natural stone, plenty of glass, and solid real-wood parquetry define the building interior, investing it with an ambience of suave understatement. It is complemented by technical specifications that create perfect conditions for a digital and networked business environment.

Naturally, the units on Brienner Strasse offer the greatest possible freedom when it comes to fit-out configurations, permitting a wide variety of office concepts. Your options here include open communal zones as well as the creation of think tanks, ample collaboration areas or classic open-plan solutions.

  • Modern office units starting between 218 and 520 sqm
  • Open for modern office designs
  • Excellent specification with upscale details

Prestigious, flexible and modern

GF Old building approx. 570 sqm rented
1st fl Old building approx. 570 sqm rented
2nd fl Old building approx. 570 sqm rented
3rd fl Old building approx. 570 sqm rented
GF New building approx. 825 sqm rented
1st fl New building approx. 825 sqm rented
2nd fl New building approx. 825 sqm rented
3rd fl New building approx. 825 sqm rented
4th fl New building approx. 825 sqm rented

Prime Location,
Perfect Accessibility

As far as its role as a business hub goes, the centre of Munich has traditionally been the home of numerous management consultancies, law firms, banks and financial services providers. In this setting, the east end of Brienner Strasse with its prestigious buildings is one of the finest addresses in town. Its streetscape is defined by vibrant urban infrastructure, dotted with restaurants, cafés and renowned boutique stores.

The “Odeonsplatz” underground station is right outside the door, while easy access by car is provided via the inner ring road.

  • 1-minute walk to nearest underground station
  • 6-minute underground commute to the central railway station
  • 10-minute drive to the A9 motorway
  • 15-minute drive to the exhibition grounds
  • 28-minute drive to Munich Airport


Generali Real Estate S.p.A.
Zweigniederlassung Deutschland
Wolfgang Steinmetz
Tunisstraße 29
50667 Köln

T: +49 221 4203 – 4350
M: +49 172 26 23 165