Gewerbeentwicklung HOKI8
Holzkirchen East

HOKI8. Commercial Complex

In October 2017, ECKPFEILER Immobilien Gruppe acquired the approximately 20,000 m² property in the Holzkirchen industrial park in the south of Munich from Panasonic Electric Works Europe AG. The commercial complex comprises a total gross area of around 12,000 m². The areas were revitalised and are now fully leased as office, laboratory, and production premises. Thus, the development goal of a multi-tenant building was implemented with tenants from the technology sector (technology park).

Holzkirchen is located about 30 km south of Munich and has the best location conditions for the most diverse companies – from the start-up to the global player. Since the 1980s, a lively and healthy middle class and internationally oriented and innovative companies from the fields of research, high tech, and pharmaceuticals have settled here – Hexal, Sandoz, and Novartis, for example, are among the prominent companies. This economically attractive environment makes the Holzkirchen industrial park ideally attached. By car, it is easy to reach via the A8 (Munich-Salzburg), the B318 (Tegernsee, Achensee, and Austria) and the B13 (Bad Tölz, Munich). The airports of Munich and Salzburg are not far away either. In addition, the location has a good public connection: in Holzkirchen, the Meridian and the Bayerische Oberlandbahn BOB stop along with the Munich S-Bahn.

The HOKI8 Technology Park offers various possibilities for future workplaces, both through flexible areas in existing buildings and on open spaces. These potential new building areas have great development potential in all areas – be it development & research, office, service, light production, technology, or housing.

Project Information

Location

Holzkirchen East

Living & Working

of the Future

2017

Purchase

Best

Site Conditions

approx. 20,000 m²

Land Area

approx. 12,000 m²

Floor Area

Development Goal

Revitalisation as
Multi-Tenant Building (Technology Park)

 

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