The two towers – designed by the architects Murphy/Jahn and completed in 2004 – have a height of 126 and 113 metres, respectively; with a leasable area of approx. 85,800m² they provide office space over 33 and 28 storeys. In addition, the ensemble includes a five-storey forum and a seven-storey hotel building with 160 rooms, as well as a three-storey underground car park with 756 parking spaces. The ensemble is located at Mies-van-der-Rohe-Strasse 4-10 at the intersection of Munich’s ring road and the A9 highway in Park City Schwabing, a former industrial area which the City Of Munich has been developing since 2001 with office buildings and a number of residential properties.
The property was acquired in 2016 for the open-ended real estate fund hausInvest, and Commerz Real has succeeded in increasing the occupancy rate for the landmark building during the holding period to 100%. Among the 27 current tenants are Fujitsu, IBM, Amazon, Sol Melia and Design Offices.
“We have utilised the ongoing high level of demand for premium properties so as to attain a result attractive for our investors,” explained Maja Procz, Global Head of Transactions at Commerz Real. “At the same time, we are gaining leeway for investments in other properties in Munich, for example in subsidised residential real estate.”