DENK DREI: Office an Retail Space for rent in Leopoldstadt, Vienna

VIERTEL ZWEI already stands for modern working in green surroundings at a fascinating location in 1020 Vienna. And, of course, the offices and workplaces in the buildings currently being constructed will also be of the very highest quality. Contact us for detailed information!

Contact us!

The office buildings DENK DREI, designed by the French architects Chaix&Morel, consist of 3 structures: buildings B & C are connected to each other via three floors (1st?3rd floors) and have terraces or balconies in some areas, while the 6-storey building A stands self-confidently on its own on the central square.

  • Office spaces: 21,000 m² in 3 buildings
  • Retail spaces: 2,000 m²
  • approx. 480 to 2,300 m² on one level
  • Ground floor + 5th, 7th or 8th floor
  • Completion: first half of 2017
  • Heating requirement: 24 kWh/m²
Denk Drei Magazin

Come on in

Browse our DENK DREI Magazine.


Are you interested in office space in VIERTEL ZWEI?
Contact us:
Mag. (FH) Anna van der Veeken

+43 1 217 121-0

Floor plan

ONE floor plan - COUNTLESS possibilities. The extremely efficient space utilisation rate of around 88% and the high degree of natural lighting enable optimal solutions for every type of occupation, which are also highly flexible in terms of design and modification.

Office fittings

The modern office fittings offer the comfort and convenience that tenants expect as well as maximum flexibility:

  • generous 3 metre clear ceiling heights in the office area; 2.60 metre clear ceiling heights in the corridors
  • Windows that open
  • Triple sun protection glazing with internal glare protection
  • Raised floors throughout
  • Carpet in a flexible tile system
  • Floor sockets
  • Flexible standard lamp concept as well as pendant luminaires in conference areas
  • Mechanical ventilation throughout
  • Surface-near cooling ceiling set in concrete
  • Toilet units fitted and ready for use
  • Kitchenette connections available
  • Connections for supply cooling to the LAN rooms available
  • Access control system by means of chip card system
  • Balconies or terraces in some areas
  • Façade sprinkler system


VIERTEL ZWEI already stands for a modern working environment in a fascinating location. High-resolution visualisations of DENK DREI are available for you to download here. 

Photo credit: © IC Projektentwicklung / visualisations: OLN Office Le Nomade

Dek Drei Presse 1
Denk Drei Presse 2
Denk Drei Presse 3

This generation wants something different

Young employees have a somewhat different understanding of work - especially if they are talented. That’s why both the workplace and the surroundings have to offer a bit more than mere space - now and in the future.

Q: Why is the overall concept of a workplace so important when it comes to getting and retaining good employees?

Van der Veeken: Really good employees are now able to choose the company and environment they want to work in. Good people are hotly sought-after and they need to be offered something. Generation Y wants something new. And above all it also has the means to compare what’s on offer, because it has international experience.

Stückler: We undertake numerous relocations and location plans that clearly highlight this development. A CEO of a company we assisted told us after a successful change of location that the biggest surprise for him was the number of high-quality applications the business had since received. The new location has made the company even more attractive and in this sense he rightly sees it as a “return on investment”.

Van der Veeken: An attractive workplace also creates a sense of commitment to the company. Successful companies now have international guidelines with regard to spatial concepts, the surrounding environment and the infrastructure.

Stückler:A change of location represents the ultimate opportunity to rethink things and implement visions. What matters most for the tenants is how the office can be made even more attractive as a “swapping place” or communication platform.

Q: What must the perfect workplace be able to offer?

Van der Veeken: For me, the building is just a shell, but it must enable everything. It provides a pleasant working environment with the right technology in the background. The user should feel good; different rooms for different needs and requirements are important. The technology must ensure the comfort of the people who use the space.

Stückler:The qualities that are being built into DENK DREI are state of the art and always one step ahead. When a building is properly planned as a whole, it can also participate in the next shift in technology.

Q: Another important factor is the infrastructure in the surrounding area.

Stückler: The tenants want an oasis not only indoors but also outdoors. The quality of life and feel-good factor of the district and its surroundings are important.

Van der Veeken: We are currently working on a district management team which will be responsible for the entire district. A support mechanism that provides what the tenants need to make their lives here better. And then also the corresponding ideas adapted to the new circumstances. A location is about emotions. And it’s important for people to sense something of this.

Stückler: The VIERTEL ZWEI concept works so well precisely because of the honesty shown towards the tenants and the qualities found in the individual buildings.


Arbeiten 4.0 - A working society on the change

Current technological trends, social changes and the constant spread of globalisation have already fundamentally changed the working world of today. But what do these developments mean for how we will work tomorrow and in the future? What opportunities and challenges do they conceal for companies?

Digitisation as in important driving force

3D printing is being celebrated as a new production technique, consumers are being shaped into “prosumers” and self-driving cars promise a great future. Every day there are reports of new and innovative products intended to improve our everyday life - including that of companies. According to the Monitoring Report Digital Economy 2014 of the German Federal Ministry for Economy and Energy, some areas of the economy, such as the transport and logistics industry or energy and water companies, are still lagging behind in the digitisation of work processes. However, these sectors should catch up in the coming years. In 2014, 54 percent of German workers used a computer with an internet connection at work. It can be assumed that this figure will rise sharply in the coming years as those industries that have so far invested little in information and communication technology start catching up.

Requirements for the labour markett

Apart from the never-ending changes in technology, companies are also faced with worldwide competition due to globalisation. In order to survive in a competitive marketplace, highly qualified employees are needed who can excel through their efficiency, power of innovation and creativity. In addition, employees are confronted with both an increasing pressure to perform and an increasing workload. According to a study by the Health and Work Initiative, two thirds of working people in Germany regularly work overtime. Almost 25 percent indicated that they were too exhausted after work to meet their private obligations. Above all, the “squeezed middle” often feels overburdened by professional and private demands.


Challenge of “Generation Y”

On the other side of the coin are the individual needs of the modern employee. Well trained people are a sought-after resource: they would like to be courted, but they also make demands. The calls for work-life balance and time flexibility made by the so-called “Generation Y” - which describes the population group born between 1985 and 2000 - are getting ever louder and more precise. Employees in this age group above all want more control over their working time, which will permit them to determine the duration and location of their working time for themselves. According to a study by PwC, this generation is characterised by a willingness to change and low levels of employer loyalty. Over 25 percent of respondents expect six or more employers over the course of their career - in 2008, the figure was just 10 percent. This shows how difficult it will become in the future for companies to retain talents amongst their ranks. To do so will require new incentive mechanisms and the advancement of creativity, innovation and agility. The following informational graphic shows which factors are important for the members of Generation Y.

The road to the new work model

Source: Grünbuch Arbeiten 4.0, S. 33

Ewald Stückler Gründer und Geschäftsführender Gesellschafter, Tecno Office Consult

Integration of work and leisure

Young professionals in particular have difficulties balancing private and professional requirements. Thus two thirds of respondents in Germany indicated that the balance between work and family did not function as well as they hoped. These problems should be taken seriously by employers; they should create incentives for employees that have a positive effect on employee satisfaction. For example, studies by the Fraunhofer Institute for Work Management and Organisation show that the organisational, technological and spatial arrangement of the work environment has a big impact on the mood, motivation and performance of employees. An innovative work environment is an effective instrument both for satisfying the increasing needs of the workforce and for appealing to potential employees. “Good people are hotly sought-after and they need to be offered something!” says Mag. (FH) Anna van der Veeken - responsible for Sales & Development of office properties at IC Projektentwicklung - in an interview on the topic of Generation Y. An attractive workplace with leisure options in the immediate vicinity not only attracts willing employees but also creates a sense of commitment to the company. “We carry out numerous relocations and location planning activities in which we see strong signs of this development. A CEO of a company we assisted told us after a successful change of location that the biggest surprise for him was the number of high-quality applications the business has since received. The new location has made the company even more attractive and in this sense he sees it entirely as a ‘return on investment,’” says Ewald Stückler – founder and managing partner of Tecno Office Consult – emphasising the importance of an appealing office space.

VIERTEL ZWEI is right on trend

Vienna-based IC Projektentwicklung GmbH addresses this trend and enables the work of tomorrow and into the future. Together with architects and planners, these trends and the results of studies are continuously implemented in order to offer optimal solutions to interested companies. The aim of this is to make a contribution to ensuring that Austria and Europe remain locations for doing business. Since 2008, a total of 26 international companies have moved into VIERTEL ZWEI. Around 4,000 people work on 80,000 m2 of office space. New conclusions are constantly being drawn from the experiences obtained in order to make further developments in respect of working people’s needs and requirements.

An additional extra of VIERTEL ZWEI: the area surrounding the offices ideally offers recreational space for before, during and after working hours. In the case of VIERTEL ZWEI, Vienna’s biggest park - the Prater - starts right on the doorstep.


Different working methods - one goal


“The new way of working needs absolute flexibility of the spaces and structures in order to be able to implement all kinds of modifications without complication. Different working methods must be supported beyond the limits of function and position. A modern office must create the freedom necessary for this. Today’s IT technology now makes everything possible - but the office spaces and infrastructure must allow and encourage this. It’s about using the maximum of creativity and performance of the employees to achieve the best result for the company. This maximum will be achieved in a very different and individual way. That’s why it’s essential to be able to respond flexibly to personal requirements. The wish for flexibility comes from the employee - the company’s spatial concept must take this into account - the building must permit that,” is how Anna van der Veeken describes her vision of Arbeiten 4.0.


Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (2015): Arbeiten 4.0 Greenbook

Federal Ministry of Economy and Energy (2014): Monitoring Report Digital Economy 2014

Frauenhofer IAO (2014): Innovation Offensive Office 21

Health and Work Initiative (2013): iga. Report 27 - The work situation in companies

PwC (2012): Millennials at work: Reshaping the workplace

Zukunftsinstitut (2013): Generation Y – How the managers of tomorrow see themselves

Stadtquartierszertifizierung in PLATIN

Stadtquartier certification

Breeam Award 2014

Green-Building-Certificate BREEAM 2014

Diva Award 2009

DIVA Award 2009 – RUND VIER,

Immobilienmarken Award 2011

Immobilienmarken-Award 2011

Cäsar 2009

CÄSAR 2009 - Developer 2009

Bauherrenpreis ZVAÖ 2009

Developer der ZVAÖ 2009

A project of

IC Development GmbH
Stella-Klein-Löw-Weg 8
1020 Wien
Telefon: +43 (1) 217121 0

About Us | Privacy | Green living | Green Workplace | legal notice | Links | Contact    © 2015 Viertel Zwei