Maria Enzersdorf, Österreich
→ This is an old-fashioned specialist market centre. An upgrade of the project is achieved by a complete demolition in two construction sections with a corresponding new building. This creates new residential areas and new attractive business areas.






Maria Enzersdorf is a market town with about 9,000 inhabitants (as of January 2014) on the Thermenlinie in the industrial district of Lower Austria. The Südstadt part of Maria Enzersdorf was conceived as a planned residential and business area as a “garden city”. The location is located on the A2 Südautobahn, in the south of Vienna at a distance of about 4 km / about 6 minutes car driving time from the city limits.

The southern railway runs through the village and is thereby connected to Vienna in 15 minutes. In addition, a considerable number of bus routes lead through the village, which, among other things, ensure a good connection to Mödling and Siebenhirten. The Wien-Liesing train station and the Shopping City Süd are also within easy reach. The district of Südstadt is located directly on the Badnerbahn, which runs every 8 minutes towards Wiener Neudorf and Wien-Oper.



The property is the South Town Center 1 building, which was built in 1975. It consists of a cellar floor, a ground floor and an upper floor. On the ground floor are numerous shops such as a bank, tobacconist, café, hairdresser, masseur, travel agency, restaurant, etc. The South town centre runs parallel to the streets Erlaufstraße and Hohe Wandstraße.

The building is like an “H”, where a restaurant with a stylish restaurant connects the two oblong shoplines. In between were generous green areas, trees and a children’s playground. Arcades make shopping possible even in bad weather. On the first floor there are office areas, each of which is accessible via various staircases. In addition, 180 new underground parking spaces are to be created. Additional to the 250 parking places there will be a further 60 spaces.