The future is starting right here, right now: Bavaria Towers, Munich’s most forward-looking real-estate development, looks set to redefine the east of the city and create a striking new gateway to the Bogenhausen district. Ideally located, the building ensemble is comprised of four spectacular high-rises with inclined roofs and gently curved forms, which make a striking addition to the Munich skyline. The mix of three office towers and a hotel offer the perfect environment for discerning companies looking for stunning architecture, premium fixtures and fittings, and a high-end look and feel – with a first-rate infrastructure to boot.
Covering a total area of approx. 23,000 square metres, the plot is the property of Bogenhausener Tor Immobilien GmbH, jointly owned by the Von der Heyden Group and an institutional investor. The Munich-based development company Bayern Projekt GmbH is tasked with project development and representing the interests of the owners.
|Address:||Einsteinstrasse (corner of Prinzregenten Strasse), Munich|
|Architects:||Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos, Madrid|
|Date of completion:||mid 2018|
|Total rental space:||Approx. 62,000 m² GFA, split over three office towers; minimum rental space – 250 m²|
|Parking:||Two central underground car parks with a total of 798 spaces|
|Underground car park 1:||274 spaces, 125 spaces for bicycles, |
1,700 m² storage space
|Underground car park 2:||524 spaces, 190 spaces for bicycles, |
1,700 m² storage space
Bavaria Towers makes an architectural statement that will be felt far beyond the city where it is located. In and of themselves, each of the four towers is a design triumph: featuring a pentaganol floor plan, a slightly inclined mono-pitch roof, and a two-storey base building with a layout extending beyond that of the structure above. Together, they form a harmonious ensemble; a striking landmark that truly is one of a kind. A central plaza between the towers is home to a selection of eateries, attractive green spaces and water features – drawing tenants to this outdoor space and inviting them to stay a while.
With its soft, flowing lines and transparent facades, the ensemble creates a striking impression from all angles. By keeping the slightly inclined mono-pitch roofs free of any additional structures, the seamless continuity of the innovative design language is maintained. The architectural concept aims to counterbalance the complexity of the structures through recurring elements and variations on a theme. The pentagon is a shape often found in nature – in the formation of mineral crystals, for example. Intelligent elongation of selected sides of the floor plan maintains the basic pentagonal shape throughout while allowing visual proportions to vary, creating a unique architectural gem.
Few international architects have made a name for themselves as quickly as Fuensanta Nieto and Enrique Sobejano. With offices in Madrid and Berlin, the star duo from Spain already have an impressive portfolio of renowned international projects under their belt – from museums in their home country to plans for entire city districts in China. Their Munich office is currently working on the renovation of the Königshof Hotel. Many of the couple’s award-winning designs aim to integrate contemporary architecture into complex urban contexts. Bavaria Towers will be another fine example: the striking silhouette of the ensemble will beat a new path, while still slotting seamlessly into its surroundings. The towers’ organic shapes and striking façades represent the very best modern design has to offer, creating a welcome exception to the everyday monotony of conventional utilitarian architecture.
|Roof terraces:||2nd, 19th flr|
|Roof terraces:||2nd flr|
|Roof terraces:||2nd, 8th flr|
Rented to H-Hotels
Four-star hotel, 345 rooms
Sky Tower is the highest building in the Bavaria Towers ensemble. A spectacular roof terrace on the nineteenth floor provides a fabulous panorama view over Munich and beyond to the Alps. At a height of 83.6 metres, it is one of the tallest structures in the city and can be seen for miles around. Standing proud at the heart of Einsteinstrasse, it will be the first building that millions of visitors to the metropolis see when arriving from the east.
|Roof terraces:||2nd and 19th floors|
|Underground parking:||380 spaces|
Located in the centre of Einsteinstrasse, the 72.3-metre-high Blue Tower is set to become a key landmark on the eastern periphery of Munich. Those working in the offices on the upper floors will enjoy an unparalleled view over the city and across to the foothills of the Alps. The property is ideal for companies wishing to combine a central location and first-rate transport links with an upmarket look and feel. A real highlight is the large terrace on the second floor: a great spot to escape to and unwind, offering an attractive view of the surrounding greenery.
|Roof terraces:||2nd floor|
|Underground parking:||300 spaces|
It may be the smallest property in Bavaria Towers, but it still exceeds even the highest standards. Boasting silver-level DGNB certification and a spectacular roof terrace on the eighth floor, it is the perfect choice for any firm that wants a forward-looking building with a high-end look and feel. The tower forms the north-east corner of the complex, meaning it is set back somewhat from the busy main roads A94 and Einsteinstrasse – tranquil yet still at the heart of the action.
|Roof terraces:||2nd and 8th floors|
|Underground parking:||140 spaces|
Boasting a striking metallic façade, White Tower stands out from the rest of the complex and creates an exciting visual contrast to the other glass building fronts. All rental space in the tower has already been snapped up, with a business superior Hyperion-Hotel is set to open in the building in 2018. Guests from all over the world will stay in its 345 rooms and panorama suites, and enjoy a variety of restaurants and al fresco dining options.
Rented to H-Hotels AG
Business-Superior-Hotel, 345 rooms
|Height:||Height: 53.6 metres|
|Underground parking:||140 spaces|
Situated in the Bogenhausen district on the eastern edge of Munich, Bavaria Towers creates a stunning new gateway to the city – offering businesses a unique opportunity to claim a spot on one of the major thoroughfares into the regional capital. With its own tram stop and direct access to the A94 motorway and B2R ring road, this ideal location can be accessed quickly and easily from all directions. With transport links like these, Bavaria Towers is the perfect base for major corporations and mid-sized companies looking to make their mark on the south-German city.
It is the capital of Bavaria, an international hub for the automotive, IT and services industries, and a hotspot for trade fairs of all kinds – no wonder Munich is regarded as one of Europe’s most attractive urban centres. The “metropolis with heart”, as it is affectionately known, offers an unparalleled environment for doing business, and is a true melting pot attracting top companies from all sectors and all parts of the globe. Moreover, it is home to Germany’s second-largest airport, from which passengers can travel to and from over 240 destinations worldwide. And the city’s main train station offers rapid and easy access to major European cities such as Vienna, Milan, Frankfurt and Berlin. Surrounded by rolling Bavarian countryside and in the shadow of the Alpine foothills, Munich offers its inhabitants an enviable quality of life – combining a strong economy with the Bavarian joie de vivre.
Distances (point to point)
Conveniently located on the way into the Bogenhausen district in eastern Munich, all of Munich’s major destinations can be reached from Bavaria Towers in no time at all. Direct access from the complex to the A94 means the Messe München trade fair centre and the A99 ring motorway are close at hand. And with the commuter rail and underground stations just a few minutes’ walk away, those working in and visiting the complex can easily get around Munich by public transport, too. By the time the development is finished, Bavaria Towers will also have its own tram stop.
Distances by car
|Einstein shopping centre||1 Min.|
|Käfer fine foods store||5 Min.|
|Messe München trade fair centre||7 Min.|
|Townhall München||12 Min.|
|Main train station||15 Min.|
|Bavaria/Wiesn festival grounds||17 Min.|
|Munich Airport||28 Min.|
An eye-catching metallic façade, spectacular views over the city, excellent transport links in all directions – little wonder that the Hyperion Hotel in Bavaria Towers is in line to be Munich’s new hotel hotspot once it opens in 2018. And the fact that business travellers can enjoy the superb facilities on offer is another great benefit for companies based in the building ensemble. Whether for a business trip, a board meeting or just a coffee break – the full-service offering of the Hyperion-Hotel meets and exceeds expectations. A range of food and drink options in a number of restaurants and the bar, together with 345 luxury rooms and panorama suites ensure an enjoyable and relaxing stay.
Plus, a large spa and fitness area on the 14th floor provides the perfect opportunity to unwind. Moreover, this four-star hotel features a conference and event facility covering around 700 square metres. This makes the Hyperion-Hotel in the Bavaria Towers ideal for events of all kinds – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Tomorrow starts today – the fixtures and fittings in Bavaria Towers do full justice to the vision that inspired the development, combining leading-edge materials, minimalist design, and state-of-the-art building systems. The ensemble offers the perfect environment for innovative enterprises, supporting tomorrow’s world of work. There are two central underground parking garages with a total of 798 spaces, and every tower boasts its own driveway and a large, spacious lobby. High-speed elevators take you directly to the office floors, which can be designed in line with any conceivable usage concept: from individual to open-plan offices, or a combination of both. Moreover, full-length windows and a floor-to-ceiling height of three metres lend a roomy, airy feeling to the rental units. And the upmarket design is rounded out by premium features such as external solar protection and openable window elements.
Bavaria Towers is the epitome of sustainable design, embodying an end-to-end energy efficiency concept – from the double-skin façade structure to the district heating system. The buildings are set to achieve silver-level DGNB and/or gold-level LEED certification.
Breathtaking, mesmerising, one of a kind – Star Tower’s spectacular roof terraces are one of the real highlights of Bavaria Towers, providing an impressive panorama view over Munich and the Alps beyond. Located on top of the base building and on the tower roof, the terraces offer the perfect location for unforgettable receptions and events in a unique setting. Floor-to-ceiling glass panels guard against the elements, ensuring a pleasant environment whatever the weather.
Bayern Projekt GmbH
Riedenburger Straße 2
Tel. +49 89-4142489-0
Fax +49 89-4142489-29
Handelsregister: Amtsgericht München HRB 62485
USt-ID Nr. DE229959859
Gewerbeerlaubnis nach Paragraph 34c GewO durch die Landeshauptstadt München Januar 2003, Kreisverwaltungsreferat (KVR), Hauptabteilung I, Sicherheit und Ordnung. Gewerbe, Gewerbeangelegenheiten, Gewerbemeldungen, Ruppertstr. 19, 80466 München
Concept, web design, realisation: STERN GmbH, Wiesbaden, München, www.stern-agentur.de
Renderings: pure rendering GmbH, Berlin
Photos: Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos, Getty Images, Shutterstock
Status: December 2017 | All information without guarantee | Subject to change | All rights reserved