Frankfurter Ring 150, Munich

Diverse mix of uses in the north of Munich

In the up-and-coming north of Munich, in the district of Schwabing-Freimann, the Frankfurter Ring 150 plot, which covers more than 10,000 sqm, consists of five different buildings constructed between 1955 and 1983. Until the 1990s, the plot was used by the Franz Schneider Verlag publishing house and today represents a colorful mix of office and commercial space. The four-story office building belonging to the building complex was extensively renovated in 2016 to 2017 and is particularly impressive with its striking view over Munich. Another office building, spacious ateliers, a studio and a shed roof hall with a room height of approx. eight meters and studio windows have already attracted an attractive tenant base.

Frankfurter Ring 150, Munich Facts

Frankfurter Ring 150, Munich
Project type:
Frankfurter Ring 150, 80807 Munich, Germany
Plot size:
10,262 sqm
8,600 sqm
Parking slots:
Office, Commercial
Acquired in:

Frankfurter Ring in Detail

Prime location at an innovative commercial site

Frankfurter Ring 150 is in a prime location in the Schwabing-Freimann district, Munich’s third largest district, which connects the almost rural Freimann with the vibrant Schwabing. The formerly very industrial commercial strip is currently experiencing a strong upswing due to innovative new utilization concepts and is increasingly perceived as an attractive office and commercial district. The proximity to the modern new residential development Domagkpark and the residential and commercial quarter Parkstadt Schwabing, one of the most ambitious urban development projects in Munich, are further plus points that make the office and commercial location Frankfurter Ring particularly interesting.

Good accessibility by car and public transport

Conveniently located in the north of Munich between the B 13 / Ingolstädter Straße and the A 9 freeway, the building complex is very easy to reach by car. The connection to the Munich city center, but also to the airport is optimal. A bus stop is located directly in front of the building complex, the streetcar stop Schwabing-Nord can be reached within a few minutes by foot, and the subway stop Frankfurter Ring too as a junction can be reached by foot in less than 15 minutes and guarantees convenient public transport connections at short intervals.