The stylish corner building at Bischof-Faber-Platz 9, 1180 Vienna, receives a contemporary redesign while retaining the architectural language. The high-quality refurbished apartments are modern and yet reflect the good old days. The three floors and two attic levels are a fabulous place to live.
7 apartments, 2 offices and 3 top floor apartments, between 75-195 m2 in size, with 3-4 rooms, are being built. The generous windows and open spaces – balconies, loggias and terraces – create a classy living environment.
Planned completion of the project: spring 2022
Energy indicators: HWB 54.4 – class C; fGEE 1.11
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|Top 5||1. OG||3||99,58m²||10,91m²||SOLD|
|Top 5-V2||1. OG||4||99,20m²||10,91m²||SOLD|
|Top 6||1. OG||3||93,60m²||-||SOLD|
|Top 7||1. OG||4||99,58m²||7,63m²||SOLD|
|Top 8||2. OG||4||102,64m²||-||SOLD|
|Top 9||2. OG||3||99,86m²||-||SOLD|
|Top 10||2. OG||3||76,31m²||7,64m²||SOLD|
|Top 11||1. DG||4||133,57m²||30,31m²||-|
|Top 12||1. DG||3||90,93m²||31,58m²||SOLD|
|Top 13||2. DG||4||195,28m²||110,00m²||SOLD|
// barrier-free access
// apartment entrance doors RCIII 2,2m
// real wood – parqueting in oak/ Bauwerk
// carefully restored box-type windows with 3-fold insulating glazing (street side)
// wooden windows with 3-fold insulating glazing with chrome handles (style “Old Vienna”) on the courtyard side
// underfloor heating (district heating)
// floor-level walk-in shower
// high-quality, large-format (60 x 60) porcelain stoneware in the sanitary area
// high quality sanitary equipment
// video intercom system
// preparation for alarm system
// central locking system
In the immediate vicinity is the Türkenschanzpark with several monuments, play, sports and relaxation facilities. In 1888, Emperor Franz Joseph I opened this popular recreational area. The English-style park is located on a small hill, where an observation tower offers a good overview of the surrounding area. In the park’s own café-restaurant “Mayerei” guests are spoiled with Austrian cuisine.
Thick forests once covered the slopes of the Schafberg. Later, vineyards followed. The great housing shortage during the second half of the 19th century caused an immense building development on the eastern slope of the Schafberg. This counts as the beginning of the neighboring cottage colony in Neu-Gersthof.