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Favorites: What should old properties look like in the future?

Favorites: What should old properties look like in the future?

The old property aims to serve as a link between the interior and exterior parts of the Favoriten area. © Vienna from above

the Old rural estatethe area within the preferred distribution circle, has so far sold for less than its value – but that is set to change in the future.

The old area – the area within the distribution circle – served as a transit point, parking lot and storage area. Now the opportunities must be exploited and new plans should be implemented that will maximize the site: instead of the unattractive site, a climate-friendly Gratzel Center will be built in the 10th district. The Old Estate aims to become a model project of modern, sustainable planning and architecture as well as a popular meeting place for residents.

Planning at first

The city of Vienna made initial development plans for the old property 10 years ago. The area has been a designated site for high-rise buildings since 2013. With the U1 extension, the Alte Landgut, which got its own underground station in 2017, enjoys excellent public connections. This has laid the foundation for high-quality mixed use.

Anyone interested is warmly invited to participate by 27 October 2023 on aspects of particular interest when it comes to the future of the old estate.

Click here for the questionnaire

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