Tattersall Lorenz awarded property management of the new MO'ANDER office building in Munich
Tattersall Lorenz has been instructed by OPES Campus GmbH to undertake the technical and commercial property management of the new MO'ANDER office building in Munich. The OPES Immobilien Group pools the real estate activities of the family of the late entrepreneur Heinz Hermann Thiele, and will hold MO'ANDER in its own portfolio for the long term.
The five-storey building, still under construction on Moosacher Strasse in the north of the Bavarian capital, will be a high-quality office campus, designed by Henning Larsen, the acclaimed Copenhagen-based architectural firm. The 19,000-square-metre development will provide modern, highly flexible working environments. The building features several landscaped courtyards and terraces, while many of the offices on the ground floor, as well as the terrace of the staff restaurant, will have direct access to the newly created park.
The new building is being constructed to the highest ecological standards, with everything from the design of the building, the materials used and the construction process, through to the fit-out and operation over the entire life cycle focused on sustainability. MO'ANDER will be heated and cooled by heat pumps, utilising the groundwater in the area and creating virtually no emissions. Avoiding fossil fuels not only benefits the climate, but it will also reduce the ancillary costs for future tenants. One-third of the almost 160 underground parking spaces will feature charging stations for electric cars, and there will also be over 100 bicycle parking spaces in dedicated ground-floor bicycle lofts.
The first phase of MO'ANDER, providing around 12,400 square metres of office space, will be ready for occupation as early as March 2023. Completion of the second phase is slated for 2025.
The name MO’ANDER is derived from the district of Moosach and the architectural form of the building. In plan view, it resembles the meandering course of a natural river and shields the new urban district being built behind it from the traffic on Moosacher Strasse.
Tattersall Lorenz will manage MO'ANDER from its Munich office. Its head, Petra Demko-Gierth, is looking forward to collaborating with the OPES Immobilien Group: "To be involved in this auspicious project from the very start gives a great feeling. It is yet another opportunity for us to demonstrate how sustainable property management can succeed in challenging times."
MO'ANDER marks the start of OPES' development of the no-longer-used former Knorr-Bremse AG industrial site. Over the next few years, this will become a modern district, featuring a lively mix of housing with offices, shops, restaurants, a day-care centre and a nursing home. In this new neighbourhood, OPES is to provide housing for over one thousand people. A public park will be created on previously built-over land that is to be cleared in the future. The new neighbourhood directly ad-joins Oberwiesenfeld U-Bahn (underground) station.
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