Changing times at Munich’s Ostbahnhof train station. Once the home to motorcycle, garment, and food manufacturing, the world of work here is experiencing a groundbreaking transformation. The re-imagining of the tradition-rich Werksviertel München location seamlessly joins what people require today: lifestyle, living, work, and mobility.
Situated in the north of the Werksviertel München, the iCampus offers optimal access to local public transportation. The 50,000-square-metre property is seeing the development of ten buildings that will offer 110,000 square metres of modern, future-oriented business spaces featuring outstanding design and functionality. Regionally-friendly development and public spaces in the Werksviertel are being combined with sophisticated architecture to achieve future work spaces that are inclusive, innovative, and functional. The buildings on the iCampus combine a variety of floor plans, flexible rental spaces, and the latest technology infrastructure. Just one highlight is the i8 office project: a 20,000-square-metre, low-CO2 Danish hybrid-timber architecture created in accordance with the highest sustainability principles.