Wipplinger Straße 22, 1010 Vienna

The Object

The building at Wipplinger Straße 22 is a block of flats from 1898 whose lot measures 232 m² of which 198 m² are taken up by the building itself.

It is a closed-construction corner house which, thanks to its location at Hohe Brücke, features a ground floor and five upper floors at its Wipplinger Straße side and a ground floor and seven upper floors on its Graben side.

The façades at both street sides are richly structured, featuring striking round oriels at the building’s corner and rectangular oriels on the Tiefer Graben side.

Rehabilitation

The building was comprehensively rehabilitated in 2003 and 2004. The attic floor was converted and a new passenger lift was installed. Electrical, gas and water installations were renewed.

The former storage space on the first basement floor was reclassified to serve as office space and the basement floor on the Tiefer Graben side now houses an underground car park with 3 car parking spaces, divided into one fixed parking space and one double parking space, furthermore a little storage room, a restroom and multi-purpose rooms.

The building at Wipplinger Straße 22 stands out with its excellent location, transport connections and infrastructure in Vienna’s 1st district. Situated at the crossroads of Wipplinger Straße and Tiefer Graben, the so-called Hohe Brücke, the building lies in close vicinity of the so-called “golden quarter” in Vienna’s inner city. The building’s immediate surroundings feature an exceptional number of public transport connections with stops of the lines U1, U2 and U4. One can reach attractions such as St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the opera house or Karlsplatz (St. Charles Square) on foot in a matter of minutes. Supermarkets and little shops offering all the goods one needs for daily life are located in the building’s close vicinity.

Vienna’s first district is the city’s heart and historical centre. Tourists love the inner city, and not just because of its many attractions such as the city hall, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Burgtheater or the Ring Road but also thanks to its many shops, particularly those selling luxury items. Many companies still regard this district as the first address in Vienna and the prestige of giving one’s office address with the postal code 1010 is extraordinarily desirable.

 
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CPI Immobilien GmbH
Hahngasse 3
1090 Wien

Tel: +43 1/409 54 40-0
E-Mail: office@cpi.co.at