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Gumpendorfer Straße 22



4% p.a.


12 months

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Notice according to § 12 (2) Vermögensanlagengesetz

This investment involves considerable risk and may result in partial or total loss.

Project Presentation

The project "Gumpendorfer Strasse 22" is an almost fully let apartment building with a central location in 1060 Vienna. This impressive apartment building comprises 14 rented units with a total usable space of approximately 2,346 sqm.

The trendy 6th district of Mariahilf in Vienna is bordered by Mariahilfer Strasse, a lively pedestrian zone with shops for fashion and lifestyle. Vienna's large Naschmarkt magically attracts gourmets with food stalls and open-air market stalls. The 'Haus des Meeres' aquarium is located in a massive flak tower from the Second World War. In the streets of the quarter you will find hip shops, classic Viennese coffee houses and some theatres.

The property "Gumpendorfer Straße 22" is surrounded by all the important amenities of daily life and is excellently connected to the public transport network due to its proximity to the traffic junction Karlsplatz (underground lines, Badnerbahn, public transport). You can reach the city centre of Vienna on foot in a few minutes and at the same time quickly reach green areas such as the Wiener Resselpark, Schillerpark, Volksgarten, Burggarten and the Stadtpark.


The 6th district, also known as "Mariahilf", is located in the heart of Vienna. In addition to its excellent infrastructure with numerous local suppliers, shopping streets and transport connections, this district borders directly on the 1st district as the centre. The 6th district is a district of colourful hustle and bustle amidst its coffee house classics and new modern restaurants. With the "Naschmarkt", this is home to the largest and probably most famous market in the city centre with its special flair of market stalls and international locations. Mariahilfer Straße with its endless shops, restaurants and cafés is also particularly famous. Characteristic for the 6th district is probably also its sloping terrain, for which the architecturally significant and secessionist style staircases, such as the Fillgraderstiege and Rahlstiege are also known.

Historically, the area around Gumpendorf in what is now the 6th district was settled by Indo-Germanic tribes around 2000 years BC. During the Roman Empire the Romans established their military camp "Vindobona" in the area. After the Turkish siege and the later 2nd World War, the 6th district established itself as a small but exquisite district, characterised by historic old buildings, theatres, museums and parks. Today the 6th district is a district with a high quality of life, centrally located and with the best infrastructure and necessities of daily life.

Discover the surroundings

The 6th district lies in the heart of Vienna, the most liveable city in the world. Where history and cultural diversity unite, the beautiful apartment building is located at Gumpendorferstraße 22. The location offers everything that makes living in the city dignified and pleasant and also leaves nothing to be desired in terms of infrastructure. Gumpendorferstraße 22 has ideal transport connections, the underground station Kettenbrückengasse (5 minutes on foot), Museumsquartier (5 minutes on foot) and various bus and tram connections (5-10 minutes on foot) are within walking distance. Mariahilfer Straße, Naschmarkt or the Museumsquartier - all of these can also be reached on foot in just a few minutes. To the south-east, Vienna's Schwechat Airport is only a 25-minute drive away, while to the north, numerous recreational areas including vineyards and wine taverns can be reached.

Mariahilfer Strasse

As the longest shopping street in Europe, Mariahilfer Strasse stretches over a length of almost 4 kilometres, whereby the so-called "inner Mariahilfer Strasse" leads from the Getreidemarkt to the Mariahilfer Gürtel (Mariahilfer Belt), on which many international brand shops can be found and which is also dedicated in sections as a pedestrian zone. The inner Mariahilfer Strasse already served as a special shopping street of the k.u.k. Monarchy and even today it is still home to local suppliers, fashion, furniture, crafts and numerous restaurants and cafés. There is almost nothing that cannot be found on the "MaHü", which is colloquially known in Vienna. Meanwhile, it has established itself as the centre of the young and hip scene of Vienna and captivates by numerous shops that can only be found in this place. Many historically grown buildings and ornate old buildings adorn the Mariahilfer Straße and create a worth seeing symbiosis of old and new.

Museum Quarter

Vienna offers sights and opportunities en masse to experience great things. And one thing is for sure: if you like Vienna, then you also love the Museumsquartier. Originally built in 1725 as imperial court stables, today there are no horses to be found, but there are a lot of cultural and culinary possibilities. You should take enough time to get to know the MQ in all its splendour and discover all the corners, steps and platforms.

Snack Market

The Naschmarkt is located in the 6th district and is considered the largest inner-city market in Vienna. The special flair of the Viennese Naschmarkt is due to its mixture of market stalls and restaurants, which join together in a snake-like manner in the middle of the left and right Wienzeile. Along the entire length there are market stalls with fresh goods such as fruit, vegetables, spices, fish and meat, as well as restaurants with national and international cuisines, cafés, patisseries, bakeries and smaller bars that open early and where night owls sometimes mix with market traders. Culinary the Naschmarkt thus contains everything that makes gourmet hearts beat faster and supplies its surroundings with all necessary food as well as all kinds of other offered goods.


The Schillerpark is a historical green space. It consists of symmetrical meadow roundabouts and has old trees. In the centre of the park and square is the Schiller Monument,



JP Immobilien Group was founded more than 25 years ago by business partners Daniel Jelitzka and Reza Akhavan. It is one of the most active and successful market players in the Austrian real estate industry with a focus on Vienna. It is still owner-managed and therefore completely independent. According to the principle "Real Estate Business is People Business" all customers are personally attended to. The many years of experience, the know-how and the competence of our colleagues stand for sustainable real estate specific solutions for the benefit of our customers. Regardless of whether it is a matter of satisfying a residential need or optimizing the earnings of an entire real estate portfolio.

JP Immobilien

JP Immobilien

Dr. Daniel Jelitzka
Dr. Daniel Jelitzka
Reza Akhavan
Reza Akhavan