Schwabinger Carré, Munich
In the well-known Schwabing district in Munich, Investa Immobiliengruppe is revitalising the original building complex, known as the Schleissheimer Carré since its construction in the 1970s on Schleissheimer Strasse between Winzerer, Herzog, Clemens and Schleissheimer Strasse. The complex will be entirely rebuilt and revitalised in two phases with some parts serving new purposes.
In the first (northern) section of the future Schwabinger Carré, some 15,500 sq.m. of premium retail and office space will be created in which one of the buildings will house the Higher Regional and Labour Court. In the second phase, roughly 14,500 sq.m. will be built for rental apartments, micro apartments and condominiums in the southern part of the complex. In addition, the existing space used by REWE market on the ground floor will be renovated and expanded.
The first phase of construction will start in the autumn of 2012. Completion is scheduled for the end of 2013. The second construction phase will begin immediately thereafter.
Healthcare Centre Giesing Süd, Munich
Investa Immobiliengruppe is developing the second construction phase of the Giesing Healthcare Centre at Giesinger Bahnhofsplatz 2 in Munich. The first phase of construction was completed in 2010 and the property was leased long-term to a number of registered medical specialists. The second phase, the future Giesing Süd Healthcare Centre with floor space of 4,200 sq.m., is scheduled to begin at the end of 2012, with completion expected in the autumn of 2014. Responsible for the overall construction plan is the Munich-based architects’ office Steidle Architekten.
Thanks to its proximity to excellent public transportation links and the central location in Giesing, the centre has established itself successfully over the past three years. With completion of the Giesing Healthcare Centre and the Hirschgarten Healthcare Centre in Arnulf Strasse, this new project makes the third healthcare centre built by Investa Immobiliengruppe in Munich.
Neue Mitte Karlsfeld
The new Karlsfeld centre is a project development in the town centre in the Karlsfeld district, consisting of some 22,000 sq.m. GFA residential building and of some 7,300 sq.m. GFA retail space. For its completion an adjustment of the current construction planning law is necessary.
Investa Immobiliengruppe is building a student dormitory with 349 micro-apartments under the "Campus Viva" brand in the centre of Bahnstadt, the largest urban development project in Heidelberg at present. The property which will have gross floor space of 15,000 sq.m. will be developed on the "Baufeld Z6" plot which measures approximately 3,500 sq. m.
The apartments measure between 20 and 38 sq.m. Facilities intended for joint use will be located in functional cubes on the ground floor.
Construction began in January 2012 and should be completed by the beginning of 2013 in good time before the summer semester starts.
Plans were designed by the Munich architects GSP Architekten.
Healthcare Centre Hirschgarten - Arnulfstraße 199, Munich
The Investa Immobiliengruppe is developing a modern, centrally located healthcare centre in Munich (in Neuhausen/Nymphenburg) at Arnulfstrasse 199. In the existing building which has been structurally renovated and will have an attractive green inner courtyard, Investa will construct four floors of office and medical offices covering a total of approximately 8,650 sq.m..The building will have space on the ground floor for large retail shops. Construction has begun in January 2012, and the completion for the project is slated for spring 2013.
iCU - Intelligence Cube, Munich-Gräfefing
In Munich-Gräfelfing, on a 7.500 sqm area, the Investa Immobiliengruppe is realising a new building project with about 13.700 sqm floor space. The "Intelligence Cube" convinces through a modern and lasting standards. The building will be certified after DGNB as a Green Building and offers prospering businesses in the Würmtal the possibility of further expansions. The main tenant is Philip Morris, who moved their headquarters for Germany and Austria from Munich-Sendling to Gräfelfing.