In the entrance area, the historical grand rooms on the main floor, and the library located in the basement, the original architectural elements were meticulously restored and reconstructed. In the floors above, ultra-modern office spaces of the highest standard were developed.
The building stands out due to its extremely flexible floor plans and high-quality features. Technological measures ensure sustainability and high environmental compatibility.
The property has been awarded the 'GreenBuilding' certificate by the European Commission.
Contemporary history: The Palais Weihburggasse represents the first case of natural restitution in Austria, which occurred in 2003. With the renovation of the building, a commission was also given to research and document the entire history of the building.