Vordere Zollamtsstraße 13
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Office Building Category:
Green office buildings
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Min. Office Space for Rent
Type of Parking
Year of Construction:
December 1, 1964
Year of Renovation:
December 1, 2011
SIGNA is developing the former bank headquarters at Vorderen Zollamtsstraße 13 into a modern office building. The six existing floors are to be adapted in line with the latest technological standards and a new floor is to be added.
Attractive and flexible office spaces will be created which will be optimally suitable for use as either individual, group or open plan offices. The three basement levels contain an underground parking garage with 91 spaces and large storage areas.
The location is convincing in every respect: The "haus an der wien" is located in the centre of Vienna and is very close to key public agencies, statutory authorities, government ministries and hotels. International companies such as Raiffeisen Bank International or card complete service bank and PayLife Bank are located here.
The location is ideal for a stimulating break from the office: a short walk in the richly traditional Stadtpark, a melange in one of the elegant local coffee houses or a visit to one of the multitude of shops or restaurants in the “Wien-Mitte” shopping centre (from 2012) or on the Landstraßer Hauptstraße shopping street.
The location on Vorderen Zollamtsstraße speaks for itself: it lies in the centre of Vienna, is directly situated on one of the main axes of Austria’s economic and commercial hub and has excellent transport connections. The Gigergasse entrance offers a direct access to “Wien-Mitte” station, a central public transport hub:
Underground railway lines U3 and U4
Local train lines S1, S2, S3, S5, S6, S7 (direct connection with the airport), S9 and S15
CAT (City Airport Train - non-stop to the airport)
Bus route 74A
Tram route O
Those travelling by car can make use of the Vienna Ring and Landstraßer Hauptstraße; the A23 motorway and the A4 airport motorway can also be reached quickly via the banks of the Danube. And cars are well served by the building’s own 91-space underground car park.