At Blumengasse 54, in the 17th district of Vienna, a new building with four standard floors and two attic floors will be built, accommodating 33 apartments. The construction project offers a wide range of differently cut apartments for those looking for a flat: everything from well-organized single flats to spacious 101m² apartments. The cellar compartments are located in the basement, as well as a parklift system with 16 parking spaces for the residents. The apartments are characterized by a sophisticated living concept, large windows and the quiet location. The courtyard side apartments are also equipped with balconies offering space for an open-air breakfast on the balcony or flowers and herbs. In the attic, the apartments are particularly vast with their spacious kitchens and open areas.
Vienna's 17th district is located between the nearby woods Wienerwald and the Gürtel, adjoining the city center. The district is characterized by a variety of different building types. For example, old Viennese housing complexes are mixed with municipal buildings as well as old village centers hosting cottage-house flair.
Blumengasse is not far away from the Währinger Gürtel and offers – due to the directly adjacent tram lines - a good connection to the city centre as well as to the countryside. In the area and especially on square Elterleinplatz you will find everything for your daily needs: drugstores, fashion shops, pharmacies or a bank. For families, culture- or sports-enthusiasts is also catered for: there are few kindergarten and schools nearby for the best education. The Schwarzenbergpark, the oldest landscaped garden in Austria, as well as the Postsportverein, the public bath Jörgerbad and numerous fitness centers or city-bike stations.