A Pembroke Property
Honouring a royal past, building a Pembroke future

Pembroke is an international real estate advisor that acquires, develops and manages properties and places. Over the past twenty years, we have built a portfolio that encompasses office and mixed-use environments in the world’s leading cities. The services we provide are just as important as our properties because we create places that work for people.

Pembroke have been active in Germany since 2010, acquiring Maximilianhöfe in 2012. Our German portfolio comprises around 772,000 sq ft of office and retail space.
munich continues to be a very important market for us – we opened our seventh global Pembroke office at Maximilianhöfe late 2018.



Maximilianhöfe comprises two buildings: the historic Bürkleinbau and the modern Maximilianhof.

Echoing King Maximilian’s original idea, the building fuses traditional elegance and contemporary style to form one luxury retail, commercial and dining experience.

Built in 1858, the Bürkleinbau is a stunning example of neo-Renaissance architecture. It was restored in 2003, but much of the original façade remains, so that it boasts a legacy stretching back over 160 years.

In contrast, the glass-fronted Maximilianhof was built in 2003 as a home to the highest-quality offices, prestigious retailers and a premium restaurant that opens out onto a delightful courtyard.

By royal appointment - a fusion of timeless tradition and contemporary thinking since 1850.

Behind the Building



In the heart of Munich, close to the former royal Residenz Palace, Kempenski Four Seasons and National Theatre, lies our home, Maximilianstrasse

One of Munich’s four royal avenues, Maximilianstrasse was build in 1850 by royal decree of King Maximilian II of Bavaria.

The king’s vision was to fuse old architectural styles with modern building methods – a vision brought to life by renowned 19th-century architect Georg Bürklein.

Bürklein earned his reputation building Munich’s main railway station – the München Hauptbahnhof – and the striking town hall in Fürth.

For Maximilinstrasse, he fulfilled the king’s wishes by combining neo-Gothic and Renaissance styles to create something inspired by history yet with its own modern identity – an approach that influences Pembroke’s Maximilianhöfe building to this day.