HANSAINVEST Real Assets developing an office ensemble with nearly 13,000 m² on the edge of Munich’s historic centre through to 2023
- The prestigious LUMEN Munich linking Munich’s historic centre with Sonnenstrasse
- Design by Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten
- DGNB Platinum certification planned
HANSAINVEST Real Assets GmbH is pushing ahead with the strategic expansion of its own project development business. With the realisation of the new construction LUMEN Munich it is intended to create some 12,600 square metres of commercial space at Sonnenstrasse 23 on the very edge of Munich’s historic city centre by the end of 2023. The winning design for the project originates from the renowned architecture firm Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten and foresees DGNB Platinum certification of the new construction.
“Both the architecture as well as the location are extremely appealing. Thanks to its greened, generously-proportioned inner courtyard, LUMEN Munich will offer a unique quality in terms of light and space throughout the entire building complex. As dictated by the needs of the modern working world, our tenants can expect to find flexible floor layouts tailored to meet their individual requirements and which will suit both classical and innovative office concepts,” says Nicholas Brinckmann, the speaker of the Management Board of HANSAINVEST Real Assets.
The floor layout and usage concepts have consciously been designed to be flexible, comprising widely differing cubicle, hybrid and open plan office space structures, as well as multifunctional and communicative areas, such as work and chill-out spaces, lounges and conference zones. In line with the attractive and high-frequency micro location the ground floor is to fulfil a local amenities function, while the six prestigious upper floors are intended for office tenants. It is planned that the basement will accommodate 67 car parking spaces and 90 bicycle stands.
LUMEN Munich is located halfway between the Sendlinger Tor node to the south and Karlsplatz / Stachus to the north. The office ensemble will form a new link between Munich’s historic centre and the main thoroughfare Sonnenstrasse. With the planned reconstruction of Munich central station – which can be reached in eight minutes on foot and in four minutes by public transport – the value of an already attractive location will be further enhanced. There are numerous shopping opportunities as well as gastronomic and cultural offerings of every kind in the immediate vicinity.