Notice according to § 12 (2) VermögensanlagengesetzThis investment involves considerable risk and may result in partial or total loss.
The project "Hunoldstraße 14" is a stylish new construction project with 40 apartments in the center of Innsbruck. Not only the excellent transport connections due to the immediate vicinity of the Innsbruck train station are convincing here, but also the efficient element construction method made of reinforced concrete and sustainable wooden elements. The location is characterized by its interplay of vibrant urbanity and attractive local recreation.
As part of the new construction project, a total of 40 high-quality apartments will be built here, ranging from one-, two-, three- to four-room apartments, with a total usable floor space of 3,000 m². The units have a choice of balconies, loggias or private gardens, which are thoughtfully integrated into the park-like green space between Hunoldstraße and Sill-Promenade. This is a 100 percent residential use. From the time of construction negotiations, all residential units will be offered for sale individually. Part of the 630 m² usable space has already been successfully sold to a municipal real estate company.
The project will be realized by Moser Wohnbau & Immobilien, which has already acquired the property. A building permit has been applied for and is expected to be issued this year. The contracts for the execution of the construction measures have already been signed. Construction activities are scheduled to start in 2nd calendar quarter 2024 and completion is planned for the 4th calendar quarter 2025.
With its urban space and breathtaking mountain scenery, Tyrol is one of the most popular regions in Austria. The province is located in the west of the country and is divided into North and East Tyrol. Tyrol borders Bavaria to the north, Vorarlberg and the canton of Grisons to the west, Lombardy to the southwest, Veneto to the south and southeast, and Salzburg and Carinthia to the east. The entire region attracts many visitors each year who want to experience the best of both worlds - the urban elegance of the capital city of Innsbruck and the spectacular Alpine scenery that surrounds it. In winter, the beautiful province is one of the best ski resorts in Austria and during the summer, fantastic hiking trails and unique views of lakes and valleys can be discovered here. The long tradition of this charming province and its excellent infrastructure make Tyrol an exceptional place to live and visit.
Nothing is worth more than a good location. The "Hunoldstrasse 14" project is located in the middle of the Tyrolean capital in the Pradl district on the banks of the Sill River. In the immediate vicinity are numerous local amenities of all kinds, the shopping center Sillpark and the indoor swimming pool Amraser Straße. Due to the proximity to the Innsbruck train station (10 minutes on foot) as well as to the Leipziger Platz streetcar station, the location is excellently connected to the public transport network. Green spaces such as the Rapoldipark and Leipziger Platz are within walking distance and invite you to linger. Along the Sill River, you can reach the Sill Gorge in a few minutes, which serves as a beautiful recreational area.
The property is located in the district of Pradl, which is a cadastral municipality, a fraction (locality) and a statistical district of Innsbruck. Pradl belonged to Amras together with Reichenau until it was incorporated separately from Amras into Innsbruck in 1904. In addition, Pradl grew rapidly in the 19th century, not least due to its proximity to the Innsbruck railroad station, which opened in 1858. In addition to the historic old town, Innsbruck regularly attracts numerous visitors with a rich offer of cultural attractions and sports activities. From the city center, it takes just 20 minutes to reach the lofty heights of the Nordkette mountain range and experience the so-called Alpine Jewel up close.
The Bergisel Ski Jump on the outskirts of Innsbruck is a popular year-round visitor highlight in Tyrol. On January 23, 1927, the first jumping event took place at the natural hill. Later, the natural hill was rebuilt in 1933 for the Nordic World Ski Championships. In 1964, the Olympic Games were brought to Innsbruck, and the Bergisel Ski Jump played an important role in this. 1091 athletes from 36 different countries participated in the Olympic Games. The ski jump is also known for its unique architecture. The tower houses an observation restaurant and viewing platform that attracts numerous visitors with a breathtaking view.
Just a few minutes from the center of Innsbruck, you can explore Austria's largest nature park with the Innsbruck Nordkettenbahnen. After a trip up to the Hafelekarspitze, a breathtaking panoramic view of the Tyrolean capital on the one hand and the Karwendel Nature Park on the other can be marveled at. The 2,344 m high Hafelekar is within reach for residents and visitors thanks to the direct connection to Innsbruck's city center. On the Nordkette, views of the otherwise shy wild animals can be caught, and the extensive range of nature and sports activities leaves nothing to be desired.
Ambras Castle in Innsbruck is one of the most beautiful sights in Tyrol and, as the world's first museum, is formative for Europe's cultural heritage. The Tyrolean sovereign Archduke Ferdinand II (1529-1595), son of Emperor Ferdinand I, had the medieval Ambras Castle expanded into a magnificent Renaissance palace as a gift for his wife Philippine Welser. The Habsburg prince was one of the most important collectors in history. The Kunst- und Wunderkammer is an incomparable cultural monument as the only Renaissance Kunstkammer preserved in its original location.
The world-famous Swarovski Crystal Worlds are located just 20 kilometers east of Innsbruck. A wide variety of modern artists and designers present and interpret the theme of crystal in all its facets in the Chambers of Wonder. In the Garden of the Giant, contemporary art is combined with ancient history and pleasure. On 7.5 hectares, an extensive park landscape with art installations and new buildings was created in collaboration with internationally renowned artists, designers and architects around the icon of the giant. The centerpiece of the garden is the Crystal Cloud, designed by Andy Cao and Xavier Perrot. The Crystal Cloud consists of around 800,000 hand-set crystals from Swarovski.
Since its founding in 2005, Moser Wohnbau & Immobilien has combined forward-looking residential construction with attention to detail and guarantees the highest quality, value and reliability. They stand by their customers and partners as experienced residential construction experts from the first contact to the completion of the project. In doing so, they combine years of experience with competence, know-how and creativity, without ever losing sight of the essential, the customer's needs. Customer satisfaction is always the highest priority - from the first meeting to the handover of the keys and beyond.
With its roots in the Zillertal valley and its headquarters in Innsbruck, the company contributes not only to urban growth in the Tyrol but also to the urban development of the federal capital Vienna. In doing so, both individual living quality and future-proof investment opportunities are the focus of their work. This is made possible, among other things, by intensive cooperation with long-standing partners who share this quality philosophy, guarantee a high degree of deadline reliability, assume responsibility for costs and focus on effective communication.
Since Moser Wohnbau & Immobilien was founded, the 37th construction project will be completed at the end of 2023 and the 1,241st apartment will be handed over to future users.