Skyline with history and tradition
Today, the Gasometer is part of the skyline of Vienna and is something with high visibility and easy accessibility.
The Gasometer of Vienna was the largest gas plant in Europe and began operation in 1899. The four cylindrical buildings have been the symbol for the city of Simmering since the beginning.
The gas plant shut down in 1975. 2001 began with the revitalization of the facilities. The characteristic brick wall and the roof have been preserved, but the interior has been completely redesigned. Thus, apartments, offices, a shopping mall, student residence and an event hall were created.
Each gasometer received its own identity.
French star architect Jean Nouvel is responsible for the interior of this object.
The appearance is characterized by a light-filled and ease-radiating structure of glass and reflective steel. The lower floors are used as retail space. On the floor above, there are offices and flats.
Here the inner part bears the hallmarks of Architect Manfred Wedehorn. This building is the only one in which the historic portal was obtained.
Set up your office in a unique location and benefit from ideal infrastructure and generous space.
- Top infrastructure
- Direct stop U3
- Easy access to the motorway
- Plenty of parking available