Adolf-Kolping Straße

Mobility Hub and Office Space in Munich Central Station Area

In the middle of the station district, near Sonnenstraße, a new MOBILITY HUB and OFFICE SPACE is being built - the MUC.ONE. The central location offers ideal conditions to realize our vision of a low-traffic city, increased electric and sharing mobility as well as new spaces for culture and residents. The design provides for five basement floors, ground floor, three upper floors and two staggered floors. The goal for the office building is maximum floor plan flexibility. Rooms for public meeting places, such as a cafe, as well as bicycle parking and mobility hubs, including a transfer point for logistics service providers, are planned for the first floor.

MUC.ONE - Mobility Hub & Office Space →

Adolf Kolping, Render OSA Ochs Schmidhuber Architekten

A forward-looking property that simultaneously meets the requirements of a modern city centre and combines public and private uses. In addition to the rentable office and restaurant space, as well as the extensive infrastructure of MUC.ONE, a green facade and a flourishing green garden with trees on the roof will invite visitors to linger, thus serving as a link between Matthäser roof gardens and the green courtyards to the "green" clinic district at Sendlinger Tor. A high level of sustainability certification (LEED GOLD) is being sought for the building.

Adolf Kolping, Render OSA Ochs Schmidhuber Architekten
Adolf Kolping, Schnitt OSA Ochs Schmidhuber Architekten

The automated parking garage and the special civil engineering make the planning and technical requirements extremely complex. Up to 24m deep, the cars are brought to the parking racks by an elevator completely without a driver. A digital parking management system is used to make optimum use of the parking spaces.

Key Facts

Location: Munich

Client: Element of Infrastructure GmbH

Period: 2020 - ongoing

Size: 26.000 sqm

Commission: LPH 1-6

Certification: LEED gold

Renderings: In House (Inside); Nightnurse (Exterior)

Adolf Kolping, Render OSA Ochs Schmidhuber Architekten
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