SOPHISTICATED LIVING IN CHARMING
Timeless style lasting over centuries: After its high-quality renovation, the impressive historic building now shines in new splendor with exclusive apartments matching the building’s elegant neighbourhood of Belvedere Palace and nearby embassies. All in all, the project exceeded the high expectations of its surrounding community.
New Prestige offers a perfect combination of Old-Vienna charm and modern trends in contemporary living. Fine herringbone parquets, box-type windows, and high ceilings of up to almost four meters reflect the uptown style of Old Vienna. The renovation smartly combines the character of a historical building with the advantages of modern furnishings.
- Exclusive condominium apartments ranging from approx. 30 to 159 sqm
- Prestigious historic building erected in a green courtyard
- Upscale living with sophisticated furnishings
- High ceilings of up to 3.9 meters
- Gardens, balconies, and terraces with a view of the green courtyard
- Roof terraces with 360° views
- Prime location in Vienna’s embassy district
- Underground garage
LEISURE AND GOOD LIVING ARE
INDESPENSIBLE PREMISES OF CULTURE.
Author and architect (1911 – 1991)
THE SPLENDOR OF
An exclusive location with a commitment to exceptional quality: Wohllebengasse, built in 1789 on the grounds of a former hospital, owes its name to the Viennese mayor and aristocrat Stephan Edler von Wohlleben.
At the end of the 18th century, the area was characterized by upper-class residences in the late-historic style. Still today, many of them are preserved in the area of the former hospital gardens. Historically, the most interesting building on the street is a palace, built in 1804 for the affluent aristocratic family of Johann Pálffy von Erdöd, Field Marshal and Palatine of Hungary. The palace’s large interior was also used as a riding school for the family.
The exclusive developments of this area are reflected in the New Prestige project on Wohllebengasse 3-5 which maintains a dignified, historic appearance.
Stephan Edler von Wohlleben was born in 1751 and ennobled by Archduke Franz I in the year 1801. A few years later he became mayor of Vienna. On his own merits, he was awarded the Knight’s Cross of the St. Stephan’s Congregation and the (civil) Honorary Cross in silver, both in 1814. He was a member of the citizens‘ militia in Vienna and honorary member of the Imperial Academy of Fine Arts.
SIMPLICITY IS THE
Leonardo Da Vinci
Artist and philosopher (1452 – 1519)
MOTIVATION IS WHAT GETS YOU STARTED.
HABIT IS WHAT KEEPS YOU GOING.
Enterpreneur (1930 – 2009)
Designed for sophisticated taste: It is the exclusive floor plans and first-class furnishings that create the lifestyle on Wohllebengasse. Your home is an expression of your personality. Clean lines and a balance of well-chosen materials are the foundation. All rooms are open and bright, accompanied by high-quality oak parquets and en-suite bathrooms attached to the master bedrooms.
Each apartment has optimized under-floor heating and air-conditioning systems to ensure comfortable temperatures in every season.
Electric shading on the top floor guarantees comfort. With a heat energy requirement of 28.58 kWh (levels 1 – 5) and 18.20 kWh on the top floor, the project boasts energy efficiency and sustainability.
- Individual ground floor layouts
- High-end furnishings on all levels
- Wide planks or herringbone parquets of high-quality oak
- District heat (heating and hot water supply)
- All apartments with under-floor heating and
- Underground garage
In the heart
Exclusive living near the historic city center. This is where the amiable Vienna charm connects to the dynamic life of the city. The location benefits from excellent public transportation links and automotive connectivity.
Another plus of this project is its proximity to the central train station which offers a broad choice of international as well as regional connections.
Wieden – Vienna’s Fourth District – is one of the most urban areas of Vienna. It boasts a myriad of cultural highlights at just a stone’s throw from the First District.
Wohllebengasse 3 - 5, 1040 Vienna
St. Charles Cathedral
This is the most beautiful Baroque cathedral north of the Alps.
Particularly attractive are the
frescoes in the dome.
Every year since 2009,
the Austrian capital has been
awarded the status as the
most livable city worldwide in
the Mercer City Ranking report.
The State Opera
The internationally renowned
opera offers a sophisticated
program, ranging from
Baroque to modern music.
The neighboring castle
with its Upper and
Lower Belvedere museums
accommodates an impressive
collection of paintings
and organizes prominent
Not just a feast for your eyes:
Enjoy the Volksgarten
between Hofburg Palace
and Ringstrasse, immersed
in enchanting fragrance
and a sea of flowers.
3,300 rose bushes paint
a colorful picture.
Living in Vienna
Vienna owes its reputation
to a unique combination
of its rich cultural heritage,
a high quality of living,
and perfect infrastructure.
It is a safe, clean and
peaceful place –
and the economic and
political center of the country.