Situated in a central location in the historic 1st district of Vienna, directly opposite the Opera, the Opernringhof combines the utmost flexibility with contemporary comfort. The heritage-listed building complex, constructed in 1955, offers office spaces ranging from small offices for young entrepreneurs to prestigious, state-of-the-art office floors with a unique view over the rooftops of Vienna, which can be tailored to individual business needs.
Located on the edge of the inner-city pedestrian zone 'Kärntnerstraße' and directly opposite the Opera, the building impresses with its exclusive location and address. The connection to Vienna's public transport is excellent, with access to the 'Karlsplatz' subway station directly opposite the main entrance.
Historical background: Initially named 'Heinrichhof,' the 'Opernringhof' was a typical, ornate Viennese Ringstraße building, which was destroyed in bombing raids in 1945 and demolished years later. In its place, the Opernringhof was constructed in 1955 based on the designs of architects Carl Appel, Georg Lippert, and Alfred Obiditsch.