Schillerstraße has had its fair share of adventures: this is where the painter Franz Marc was born and where many art studios existed until the First World War. The street was considered an artists’ neighbourhood.¹ Today, this central part of the Ludwigvorstadt district is once again in motion. A range of (new) building projects can be found in its immediate vicinity. The northern end of the street, for instance, will become home to budget design hotels and a new Motel One building. The main train station is only a short walk away and will be entirely redeveloped to become part of the pedestrian zone that leads to Stachus and Marienplatz. The southern part of Schillerstraße, which already features micro-living and rental apartments, will also be significantly enhanced by the new building planned for Ludwig Maximilian University.
Located on the corner of Schillerstraße and Landwehrstraße, the multi-tenant property will take centre stage during the medium-term upgrading and development plans of the district. The rooms of this renovated property offer natural lighting and generous layouts. This is further enhanced by a ceiling height of around three metres. Two additional full floors and a roof terrace will be created as part of an extension. The courtyard will be livened up by balconies, bay windows, and a fully-glazed annex, which will create new terrace areas. The floors can be divided up flexibly and a floor-by-floor usage is also possible. They can easily be reached via an elevator. An added benefit in the busy city centre: parking spaces are available in the courtyard, along with duplex parking spaces in the underground car park.