Notice according to § 12 (2) VermögensanlagengesetzThis investment involves considerable risk and may result in partial or total loss.
In the project "Schillwasserweg 1", a residential complex with a total of 6 condominiums and a weighted floor space of 739 m² is being built in the middle of the 22nd district. The new building project offers generous terraces and balconies, an attractive and contemporary architecture as well as a modern facade. In addition, a total of 6 parking spaces will be built.
The good location of the project is characterized by its good public transport connection to the nearby subway station Donaustadtbrücke and the Stadlau train station. The residents of the residential complex benefit from the proximity of all important amenities for daily needs. The traffic connection for cars is provided by the freeway access road Tangente, so that the superordinate traffic junction Kaisermühlen can be reached quickly. The city center of Vienna can thus be reached within a few minutes.
The building permit has been granted and the planning phase has been completed. Construction will start shortly and completion is planned for the first quarter of 2022.
The 22nd district, also known as "Donaustadt", is located east of the city center of Vienna and is Vienna's most populous district. The 22nd District covers almost a quarter of the total area of the Vienna municipal territory and is characterized by its comprehensive appearance. In addition to numerous green spaces and local recreation areas, which make up almost 50% of the total area of the 22nd district, there are numerous large housing and single house settlements, such as the Donau City district, which is characterized by office and high-rise residential areas.
Historically, the 22nd district was created in its present form in 1954. Over the years, many housing estates have developed there, for example, the extraterritorial area of the UNO was created in 1979 and in recent years the office towers of the "DC-Towers" have opened there, of which Tower 1 is the highest building in Austria to date. Today, the 22nd district is an up-and-coming urban district with good infrastructural connections, many local recreation areas such as the old Danube and the urban district of Donaucity, which is characterized by office buildings and can be easily reached by subway lines 1 and 2. Vienna's largest shopping center, the Donaucity, located in the 22nd district, is also particularly well known with its endless stores, restaurants and cafés.
The 22nd district in Vienna, also known as "Wien Donaustadt", is home to a variety of leisure and recreation areas. Particular hotspots of the district are the Old Danube, the area around Donau-City and the lakeside town of Aspern. Many inhabitants appreciate above all the family-friendly and quiet residential areas of the 22nd district with sufficient space for family and sports activities.
The area of the Vienna Prater, which covers over 9 km², includes an amusement park, the so-called Würstelprater, several bodies of water and a huge recreational area. The area belonging to the Prater, once floodplain of the Danube, has been documented since 1162. At the end of the 20th century, numerous investments were made in the infrastructure of the Prater. The Jesuit meadow was converted into the largest playground in Vienna with a toboggan hill and a winter snowmaking system. For over 100 years the Vienna Giant Ferris Wheel has been turning at the entrance of the Prater. The Giant Ferris Wheel is both a sight and a landmark of Vienna. A curiosity of the Wurstelprater is the Republic of Kugelmugel whose only inhabitant had proclaimed a separate state in 1970, because his house was a sphere, whereby the bearing surface is thereby only a point. Since a point has however no spatial extension it was the opinion that it is in a state-free area.
The 21-kilometer-long Danube Island is not only the most popular recreational area for the Viennese, but also an unforgettable experience for visitors to Vienna. From the city center, the Donauinsel can be reached in just a few minutes with the subway lines U1 and U6. An extensive network of paths invites sporty people to go hiking, jogging, cycling and skating. Water fun is promised by bathing bays with flat beaches as well as wild bathing places, a water slide, a surf school, a water ski lift and a boat rental.
The Vienna International Centre (VIC), also known as UNO-City, is one of the four headquarters of the United Nations, along with New York, Geneva and Nairobi. The UNO-City serves as a location for many organizations of the UN family that promote peace, human rights and sustainable development in a variety of ways. Its aim is to ensure the peaceful use of nuclear technology and space, to put an end to nuclear testing, to eradicate poverty and to reduce the global impact of drugs, crime and terrorism. The UNO-City can be visited within the framework of multilingual guided tours. Highlights of the tour usually include a visit to a conference room and exhibits, such as a piece of a real moon rock. Visitors interested in art have the opportunity to view original works by renowned artists on Wednesdays at 3:30 pm. The collection ranges from Friedensreich Hundertwasser to Hermann Nitsch.
Not far from the Schillwasserweg is the popular Stadion Center. 60 stores and restaurants offer all the important amenities of daily life. The Stadion Center, adjacent to the Ernst Happel Stadium, scores points with visitors with its variety of stores, services and its child-friendliness. The appealing architecture and the good connection possibilities make this shopping center very popular - not only with the inhabitants of the 2nd district of Vienna. The shopping center is located between the Grüner Prater and the Handelskai, has a very good infrastructure and therefore fits very well into the urban area of the 2nd distric.