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The project "Hauptstraße 87" involves the construction of eight terraced houses in the idyllic village of Kritzendorf just outside Vienna. The ensemble is divided into two structures, each with four residential units, and creates a spacious courtyard area with private gardens in the middle. Located in the center of Kritzendorf, the project site convinces with an exceptional recreation factor, a high quality of life as well as with good transport connections to the city of Vienna.
Already in 2019, a crowdinvesting campaign via Rendity was carried out for the project as part of the purchase and planning phase, which 2021 was successfully completed as well as repaid to the investors. In the meantime, plans were modified, the building permit was submitted and the start of construction activities was set.
Within the framework of the development project, a total of approximately 879 m² of usable space will be created here with 100% residential use. Following completion of the project, all units will be sold individually. The purchase agreement has been concluded and the issuer is already the owner of the property. A building permit and the contracts for the execution of the construction measures are currently not yet available; preliminary negotiations are underway. The construction activities are scheduled to start in the 4th calendar quarter 2023 and are expected to be completed by the 2nd calendar quarter 2025.
Kritzendorf is a tranquil suburb of Vienna in the northwest of the city and belongs to the municipality of Klosterneuburg in Lower Austria with 2,652 year-round residents. In the summer season, this number rises to over 5,000. The small village is quietly and idyllically located in the Vienna Woods and offers its residents a high standard of living with plenty of nature. Kritzendorf has a long and traditional history and is already mentioned in documents since the 11th century. The cozy village center invites you to stroll and linger. Lots of greenery and the hilly terrain make Kritzendorf a popular destination for hikers and nature lovers from Vienna. The idyllic suburb offers its residents a high quality of life with short distances, fresh air and plenty of space for relaxation. In addition to the direct road connection, Vienna's city center can also be reached via public transportation within 45 minutes.
Nothing is worth more than a good location. The project "Hauptstraße 87" is located in the center of the tranquil village of Kritzendorf, not far from Vienna. Stores for daily needs, several inns and cafés as well as an abundant offer of local recreation and leisure facilities are in the immediate vicinity. Via the Kritzendorf train station, which is a 10-minute walk away, the municipality of Klosterneuburg can be reached within 5 minutes and Vienna's city center within 40 minutes. The idyllic Danube with the directly adjacent floodplain promises an outstanding recreation factor and invites equally to linger and water sports activities.
A green idyll and a high quality of life at the gates of Vienna - this aptly describes Klosterneuburg together with the surrounding area and thus the location of the "Hauptstrasse 87" project. The municipality of Klosterneuburg is known for its famous collegiate church, which is one of the most important Romanesque buildings in Europe. The monastery complex dates back to the 12th century and is an important historical site in Austria. The town is also known for its wine production and invites visitors to taste its fine wines. The vineyards around Klosterneuburg extend into the surrounding hills and offer breathtaking views of the Danube and the surrounding countryside. Klosterneuburg also offers a variety of recreational opportunities, including hiking and biking along the Danube and through the vineyards. There are also numerous restaurants and cafes serving local specialties and wines. In addition to the collegiate church, Klosterneuburg is also home to other attractions such as the Essl Museum of Contemporary Art, which impresses with its extensive collection of works by Austrian artists.
Strombad Kritzendorf is a bath and vacation colony, located about twelve kilometers north of Vienna on the right bank of the Danube in the Lower Austrian village of Kritzendorf. It was one of the first open-air baths in Austria and had its heyday in the interwar period, when up to 12,000 visitors from all social classes frequented it on individual weekends. Although the facility is no longer operated as a public outdoor pool today, the sunbathing lawn on the banks of the Danube is freely accessible and is also used by numerous guests in the summer. The garden plots in the complex are now leased all year round under the name "Donausiedlung" by the baths administration of the Klosterneuburg municipality.
Since the regulation of the Danube, the area of floodplains along the Danube has been in sharp decline. It was not until about 1950 that the first measures were taken to preserve and secure the Danube floodplains. In 1996, the Danube floodplains were officially declared a national park with a total of 9,300 hectares of forest, meadow and water areas. Floodplain areas existed mainly on both sides of the (unregulated) Danube, including the Danube Canal and the Danube islands (heaps), and to a lesser extent along the Vienna River, the Liesingbach and smaller Vienna Forest streams. Slightly more than one third of the present city area was formerly alluvial landscape, which is about 150 square kilometers. Only parts (Lobau) have survived to the present day after the Danube was regulated. Place names as well as street names derived directly from these or from the floodplain area remind us that in the Middle Ages, partly even in the 19th century, large areas in Vienna's districts 2, 9, 20, 21 and 22 were covered by floodplains.
The Danube Cycle Path is one of the most famous cycling routes in Europe and runs along the picturesque Danube River. The cycle path stretches over 2,800 kilometers from its source in Germany to its mouth in the Black Sea and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes. The seventh stage of the Danube Cycle Path involves cycling along Vienna's beautiful Danube riverfront, passing Kritzendorf and Klosterneuburg. During this stage, cyclists can also visit the famous Klosterneuburg Collegiate Church and taste local wines at nearby wineries. The route also passes through the Vienna Woods, providing a welcome change from the urban landscape of Vienna.
Klosterneuburg Abbey is one of the oldest and most important monastery complexes in Austria and is also home to the famous collegiate church, which is one of the most important Romanesque buildings in Europe. The monastery was founded in 1114 by Margrave Leopold III and has experienced a rich history over the centuries. It served as a center of science and art and also housed one of the most important libraries of the Middle Ages. The collegiate church is the centerpiece of the monastery complex and impresses with its rich furnishings, including the famous altarpiece by Kremser Schmidt. The church also houses the relics of St. Leopold, the patron saint of Austria. In addition to the church, Klosterneuburg Abbey also has many other attractions, such as the Museum of Sacred Art with an impressive collection.
The Essl Museum is a renowned museum of modern art located in Klosterneuburg, near Vienna. Founded in 1999 by Karlheinz Essl and his wife Agnes Essl, the museum houses an impressive collection of works by Austrian artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. The Essl Museum building is itself a work of art and was designed by architects Heinz Tesar and Manfred Wehdorn. The building is an impressive example of modern architecture and blends perfectly into the surrounding landscape. The Essl Museum's collection includes works by well-known artists such as Franz West, Maria Lassnig and Arnulf Rainer. The museum also regularly hosts temporary exhibitions and events that attract visitors from all over the world.
Laura Bauträger GmbH only uses high-quality building materials. The individual building components are all coordinated and are subject to the strictest quality criteria. We play it safe and you benefit, because our work lasts "a lifetime".
With our experience and our numerous, presentable reference objects in Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland, you can see us as a reliable and stable partner. In recent years, we have increasingly shifted our focus to project construction and have already realised several of these plans.