With HOKI Living, an innovation centre with housing, coffee shop and daycare centre is being built in Holzkirchen on the approximately 4,500 m² site between Industriestrasse and Rudolf-Diesel-Ring. The design comes from the renowned architectural firm steidle from Munich and, as an urban area, will form a lively interface between the industrial area and the town centre in the future.
The up to 5-storey buildings will be constructed mainly in timber hybrid construction using a modular system. The aim is to achieve the KfW 40 efficiency house standard, which means that the project meets today's requirements for economical and sustainable construction.
Flexible office space, co-working spaces, conference rooms, a day care centre and a public café with outdoor seating on the landscaped forecourt are planned for the ground floor. On the upper floors, bright, micro-apartments with up to 30 m² of living space as well as 2- and 3-room flats will be built.
Holzkirchen, 30 km south of Munich, is characterised by its proximity to the Bavarian capital, the Alps and beautiful lakes. From Holzkirchen's train station, you can reach Munich's city centre directly by train or S-Bahn (S3). Equally advantageous is the proximity to the A8 motorway, which leads towards Munich or via Rosenheim to Salzburg.
Holzkirchen also offers ideal conditions as a business location – also for global players. Innovative and internationally oriented companies from the high-tech, pharmaceutical and research sectors as well as a healthy and lively middle class have settled here since the 1980s. The planned development on Rudolf-Diesel-Ring will be a mix of urban living and communal working and thus a further enrichment for the entire Holzkirchen location.