This house is fully refurbished and the facilities upgraded to meet the highest standards. The floor plans have also been adapted to meet modern requirements. In addition, new apartments with spacious terraces are being built in the attic. There is also a garage with four parking spaces.
The original structure of the street-side facade is preserved, while the inner facade is equipped with thermal insulation. Windows have been replaced with wood-aluminum windows with triple glazing. All electrical lines and gas/water pipes are new. A central hot water treatment system supplies the apartments. Elevator, bicycle and baby carriage storage facilities are newly built and available to all residents. The courtyard is being redesigned.
The property itself is divided into a main house and a courtyard tract. In the two tracts, a total of 32 apartments between approximately 35m2 and 140m2 are in progress. A large section of the apartments also has private outdoor spaces in the form of terraces, balconies or private gardens.
Energy efficiency: HWB 80.42, fGEE 1.58
Expected completion: Autumn 2016
The Praterstern railway station is a 5-minute walk away, and you are well-connected to Vienna’s public transport network. The city center and Danube Island can be reached in just 3 minutes via the U1. Many universities (WU, TU, University of Vienna) are also directly accessible via the U2 U-Bahn station, which is only a 5-minute walk away. Praterstern is well-connected to Vienna’s public transport network. The tram lines 0 and 5, as well as numerous local and commuter trains stop at the Praterstern station. There are also four supermarkets, a pharmacy, bakeries, and many other shops in the surrounding area. The supermarket at Praterstern is open daily until 22h, including on Sundays. Numerous educational facilities are located in the surrounding area, including four primary schools and two high schools within a radius of 700 meters, which can be reached in 5-7 minutes by foot. The Viennese Grätzel culture is in full-bloom at the nearby Volkert Market. The market square, which was totally refurbished in 2000, is a popular meeting place and offers a wide range of fresh products in additional to the rest of the local suppliers.
Augarten and the Prater, two of the largest recreational areas in Vienna, are within walking distance. In the next few years, the range of green spaces will be supplemented by two further large parks in the city extension areas of the former North and Northwest railway stations.