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Project information:

  • Construction phase started in 2013
  • First construction stage completed in 2015, second construction stage to be completed in 2017
  • Architects and planners include 03 Architekten, Max Dudler, Hild und K Architekten, Hilmer & Sattler and Albrecht



  • 4.2 hectares
  • 89,000 m2 above-ground floor area
  • 57,000 m2 underground floor area
  • approx. 500 m length along Leopoldstraße



  • 7,300 m2 for restaurants and hotel
  • 21,000 m2 for modern offices
  • 210 apartments of various sizes
  • Lifestyle boutique hotel


Jost Hurler Beteiligungs und Verwaltungs GmbH & Co. KG

Urban Spaces


The vibrant Schwabinger Tor quarter, where more than 3,000 people will live and work, is taking shape along Leopoldstraße in Schwabing, Munich. The city quarter consists of nine buildings developed by a range of well-known architects. A colourful array of public squares and varied green areas and playgrounds are springing up between multifunctional buildings for office, retail, cultural and residential use. Three 14-floor buildings are already visible landmarks from far away. Residents and visitors alike will benefit from a wide range of shops, manufacturers, restaurants, an art collective and a weekly market, creating a wonderful blend of everyday and special attractions. 50 modern offices, 200 individual attractive apartments and an international lifestyle boutique Andaz hotel fill the city quarter with life. Special features of the new quarter include the "sharing" theme, reflected in many aspects such as co-working, car-sharing and an app for the quarter. Schwabinger Tor will encourage new cooperations and a feeling of community between all users.

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