This 270,000 square meter area close to Munich’s famous Hirschgarten landscape park had been unused for many years. Marienplatz, Munich Central, Mittlerer Ring and many other key city locations are just a short ride away – on public transportation or by car.
We developed the new usage concept for the brownfield site in close collaboration with the city of Munich. This concept was in line with Munich’s urban planning philosophy of “compact, sophisticated and green”, comprising residential areas, a city district center with office and retail space, and extensive parkland. Furthermore, the building height was set at a maximum of 60 meters; the planned urban character could emerge without impairing the view of the surrounding buildings.
Aurelis co-financed a new rapid transit station. For the first time in four decades, the main line is getting an additional station, to be named “Hirschgarten”, which the existing residents and businesses will also benefit from.
Within around ten years, we had concluded the development and marketing of the Am Hirschgarten city quarter. Advantages of the newly created district include its peaceful location and extended green corridors, as well as attractive apartments, modern offices, and good local availability of shops and eateries.