Elegant, imposing and a listed building
The five-storey Kaiserbau complex consists of five buildings and is more than 50 metres wide, dominating the urban landscape of Marienplatz. Originally designed in neoclassical style by the architects Woltz & Bihl in 1911, the listed building’s basic structure has been conserved well.
Close to the centre and well connected
The Kaiserbau is located on the Stuttgart “Zacke”, the cogwheel railway to Degerloch. It is easy to reach the city centre and other parts of town quickly and there is good access to public transport, the B14, the Heslach Tunnel and the motorway.
Urban, modern and attractive
Marienplatz is a vibrant urban area with a high population density and close proximity to Stuttgart’s fashion, cultural and gastronomic scenes. The appeal and significance of Marienplatz have continued to grow since it was redesigned in 2002 and new businesses have opened.
The Kaiserbau’s renovation, modernisation and future usage
Together with the architects Sindlinger & Vogt PartG mbB the property has been carefully and systematically renovated and modernised and is now in a more up-to-date condition, while still preserving the historic nature of the buildings. New flats and offices have been developed, including a loft conversion using the original atelier glazing. The already established combination of commercial and residential units will be maintained. Commercial and residential space is available – please get in touch with us to discuss. Different options can be arranged.
Commercial units: 10
Residential units: 40
Total floor space: approx. 6.442 m2
Object architect: Woltz + Bihl
Architect for revitalisation: Sindlinger & Vogt PartG mbB
Users: LBBW | Pizzeria L.A. Signorina | BIKE SPORT |a.o.