Overview

Maximilianhöfe is a world-class property situated in the heart of Munich on Maximilianstrasse, one of Germany’s most exclusive luxury retail streets and an established business destination.

ESTATE OVERVIEW

Maximilianhöfe is a prestigious mixed-use property totaling approximately 20,000 sqm in two buildings including 13,000 sqm of high-class office accommodation, 4,000 sqm of luxury retail and 3,000 sqm of restaurant space. The property uniquely pairs the historic Bürkleinbau fronting Maximilianstrasse with the contemporary Maximilianbau overlooking the picturesque Marstallplatz.
 
The landmark Bürkleinbau was fully redeveloped in 2003 in keeping with the Italian neo-classical architectural style along Maximilianstrasse, designed by Friedrich Burklein in the mid-19th century. The 8,794 sqm Bürkleinbau offers four floors of modern Class A office space and three floors of luxury retail.
 
Maximilianbau was developed in a contemporary style arranged around a central courtyard with upper floor terraces. Retail and restaurant space is located on the ground level of the 11,192 sqm building. The former 19th century royal stables with their high vaulted ceilings have been integrated to Maximilianbau and now form part of one of Munich’s leading restaurants, the Brenner Grill.