Notice according to § 12 (2) VermögensanlagengesetzThis investment involves considerable risk and may result in partial or total loss.
In the heart of Vienna's 23rd district Liesing, a charming residential project is being built, combining modern urban living with quality architecture. The project "Aumühlstraße 1" includes the construction of a total of 14 residential units as well as a number of underground parking spaces to meet the needs of future residents. The approval planning has already been submitted to the responsible office. Construction activities are scheduled to start in the 2nd calendar quarter of 2024 and are expected to be completed by the 2nd calendar quarter of 2026.
A total of around 1,038 m² of usable space will be created here as part of the development project. Thereby 100% residential use is planned. The apartments are characterized in particular by their smart and compact floor plans. In addition, they offer a wide range of appealing private outdoor areas, ranging from balconies, loggias and terraces to small gardens. The proximity to green recreational oases and very good transport links ensure an exceptional quality of life and living.
For the purpose of partial financing, the development "Aumühlstraße 1" of AUMÜ1 GmbH & Co KG, a company of the MED Immobilien Group, intends to take out qualified subordinated loans in the maximum amount of € 1,000,000 at the stated conditions. The purchase agreement has been concluded and the issuer is already the owner of the property. The aim of the issues is to partially redeem the equity invested, to realize the financing of the construction measures of the new building as well as the individual sale of the residential units.
During the term, lenders will receive annual distributions of 9.50%.
Lenders will receive their invested capital back after the apartments have been liquidated. According to the planning, this is to take place after a maximum of 30 months.
The 23rd district, also called "Liesing", is located in the southwest of Vienna and borders Lower Austria with the southern district border. Liesing is home to about 115,000 inhabitants, and the district's population has almost tripled since 1960. More than 100 km² of green space is available to the residents of Liesing on 320 km². This high proportion of green spaces and recreational areas, such as the Mauerer Wald forest and the proximity to the Lainzer Tiergarten zoo, make Liesing a desirable district to live in. In addition to the popular residential areas, Liesing is also home to the important industrial center of Inzersdorf, which extends into the district area of Siebenhirten. Resident companies, including the well-known manufacturer of trucks Rheinmetall MAN, the Austrian State Printing Office and several logistics centers, take advantage of the excellent location near the A21 highway and the city center. Today, Liesing is one of the most popular districts in Vienna, as the city center is easily accessible thanks to the good public infrastructure and offers its residents many recreational areas to escape the stress of everyday life.
Nothing is worth more than a good location. The project "Aumühlstraße 1" is located in the middle of the 23rd district of Liesing in Vienna.
Stores for daily needs, several restaurants and cafés as well as public facilities such as elementary schools and kindergartens are in the immediate vicinity. The Liesing train station, which can be reached in 15 minutes on foot, offers a variety of rapid transit lines to the city center as well as other regional connections. Vienna's city center can thus be reached comfortably within 35 minutes. Green recreational oases such as the Perchtoldsdorfer Heide and the Lainzer Tiergarten border directly on the district and are equally inviting for recreation and sporting activities.
A lot of new development, growth potential and urban development in the south - this aptly describes the district and thus the location of the "Aumühlstrasse 1" project.
Liesing is a diverse district, comprising both industrially influenced areas with Inzersdorf, Atzgersdorf and Liesing and more rural areas with Rodaun, Mauer and Kalksburg. While Siebenhirten and Erlaa are home to large residential complexes, most notably the well-known Alt-Erlaa residential park, the idyllic Heurigen area of Mauer and Rodaun and Kalksburg are home to many single-family homes and villas. Between the historic centers of the district, extensive housing estates have been built and numerous industrial enterprises have settled. It is thanks to the district's proud industrial history that Liesing today has many land reserves for large-volume residential construction. The potential for redensification is used in many places and also in this project.
Above the rooftops of Perchtoldsdorf lies the Perchtoldsdorfer Heide, an idyllic natural area on the western edge of Vienna. A popular destination for families and hikers, it is home to rare habitats and endangered animal and plant species that are very rare in Austria and Europe - some of the diverse species are even threatened with extinction and protected by EU directives. The area of the Perchtoldsdorfer Heide was used as pasture land as well as a quarry until the 1960s. From Vienna, the heath is very easily accessible by streetcar line 60 to the terminus and a short walk.
A last piece of primeval Vienna Woods - this is the Lainzer Tiergarten, located on the outskirts of Vienna. For many decades, this special recreation area has been a popular destination for city dwellers, as well as tourists from near and far. Thanks to the unique cultural and natural landscape, the richness of the flora and fauna and the cultural-historical exhibitions in the Hermes Villa, the Lainzer Tiergarten is an ideal place to combine recreation and the experience of nature. Its total area covers 2,450 hectares, of which 1,945 hectares are forest land.
The history of Liesing Palace, located in Vienna's 23rd district of Liesing on Perchtoldsdorfer Strasse, dates back to the 14th century. In 1435, a building called "Hausgraben" was already mentioned in Oberliesing. The Viennese Augustinian Canons' Monastery of St. Dorothea owned the property from the second third of the 15th century until 1788. In 1876, the property was finally acquired by the Municipality of Vienna, which used the castle first as a care home and finally as a geriatric center. With the construction of a new nursing home in 2013, the old building was sold, renovated and put to use as a school and residential building.
The Wien Liesing train station is an important transportation hub for regional connections in the south of Vienna. It is located on Liesinger Platz and is in the immediate vicinity of the park-and-ride park house and the post office built in the expressive style in 1931. The surroundings of the station are characterized by public buildings such as the Amtshaus Liesing, the Haus der Begegnung, Liesing Castle, Liesinger Bad and the "Riverside" shopping center, which opened in 210. As the last station on the Southern Railway within the Vienna urban area, the station is served by S- 4 trains and part of the regional train lines of the Southern Railway.
The Alterlaa residential and shopping park in Vienna's 23rd district of Liesing is one of the largest residential complexes in Austria and is considered a showcase project of the functioning satellite city of the 1970s. The buildings, which are up to 94 meters high and were designed by architect Harry Glück, are considered prestige projects of social housing in the Second Republic. Above all, the walkable roofs with swimming pools, which also serve as fire water basins, as well as offering a spectacular view, are the hallmarks of the settlement. There are also schools, kindergartens, doctors as well as stores and restaurants in the complex.
The Liesingbach is a 30-kilometer-long river that rises in the Wienerwald region of Lower Austria. It then flows through the 23rd district, to which it gives its name "Liesing", and flows into the Schwechat in Lower Austria. Particularly in the context of ongoing renaturation, the Liesingbach is used today primarily as a recreational area. For 18.4 kilometers the Liesingbach flows through the Vienna city area, the first half was already renaturalized step by step starting in 1997. Since 2020, the 2nd half has been redesigned on the total 9.2 kilometer section between Kaiser-Franz- Josef-Strasse and Großmarktstrasse.
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MED Immobilien Entwicklung GmbH is active as a real estate developer in Vienna and the surrounding area and has already successfully completed numerous projects. As a former project partner of the KVIERREAL Group, also a Rendity Partner with numerous financings, the company has many years of industry-specific experience.
The core competence lies in the acquisition, sale and renovation of traditional Gründerzeit buildings as well as in the realization of high-quality new buildings.