In the heart of Munich’s city centre, the Karolinen Karree towers above the space between the main railway station, and the Karlsplatz, Karolinenplatz and Königsplatz squares. Numerous banks and law firms, government offices, the Chamber of Skilled Trades, the Ministry of Justice and the Higher Regional Court of Munich are located in the immediate vicinity.
The famous art collections of the museum quarter and various educational institutions, including the Technical University of Munich and LMU Munich, also help to define the borough of Maxvorstadt. The parks of the old botanical garden or Maximilianplatz are each just a block away, and Munich highlights such as the Frauenkirche church, the City Hall or the opera house are within walking distance.
The Karolinen Karree features a simple, minimalist stone façade defined by spacious, ceiling-high windows that are ideal for letting in daylight. The green inner courtyard and the terraces surrounding it in the sixth storey offer employees relaxing breaks.
The Karolinen Karree was completed in 2008 and is one of the pilot projects certified by the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB) and the German Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development. The building’s design takes not only the environment, but also the nearby historic buildings into consideration.
The impressive foyers are spacious and fitted with high-quality natural stone floors. The office spaces have ceiling-high windows and office doors with glass elements on the sides, as well as acoustic ceilings in the rooms. All the rooms are supplied with cooled fresh air by the decentralized air-conditioning system. The imaginative modern lighting concept is particularly eye-catching.
|Gross lettable area||approx. 11.400 sqm|
(Rental space calculated to GIF standard MF-G I+II)
Object is sold.