With the acquisition of the former parcel distribution centre on Arnulfstraße , Google is creating a new campus in the centre of the Bavarian capital. The listed ensemble with the rotunda will provide space for around 1,500 Google employees, as well as public areas for visitors
The concept for the renovation and expansion of the entire facility emphasizes the original architecture of the building from the 1920s, thus preserving its historical heritage. This is complemented by holistic solutions in terms of sustainability – including the selection of materials harmless to health, the use of renewable energies, and the use of technologies to improve the building’s carbon footprint. A sustainable overall concept that will meet the strict criteria of LEED Platinum certification.
“We are proud to partner with Google in the realization of this pioneering office and innovation center,” says Dr. Andrea Borgato, CEO of FRENER & REIFER Holding AG. “With the revitalization of Arnulfpost, Google is not only setting high standards in terms of sustainability. The new Arnulfpost will also be a modern meeting place in a historic setting. This is another highlight project for the urban design of Munich and for us as a group of companies, it is confirmation that sustainable, internationally significant real estate projects of outstanding quality requiring our expertise and skills are indeed being realized in Germany.”
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