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Neutorgasse 7

A CLASSIC HISTORICAL
PROPERTY WITH A NEW LOOK

Facts

A turn of the century
house with history
Living areas between
approx. 64 m² and 230 m²
25 Prestigious
city residences
Spacious balconies and
terraces on all floors
Spectacular ceiling heights
of up to 6 metres
Modern specifications
in a historical setting
Cotton Residence
Highlights
  • Constructed in 1878
  • Highly sought-after city centre location
  • Excellent infrastructure
  • Roof terraces up to 170 m²
  • Penthouses with tower rooms
  • Completion in summer 2018

The fabric, dreams are made of

Passionate attention to detail is a common theme running through the luxurious “Cotton Residence”. The stylish, magnificent building dating from the turn of the century‘s heyday has been revitalised with great attention to the building‘s particular structure and handled with kid gloves during the extension. A representative loft conversion over the top two floors complements the historical characteristic building structure. The 25 exclusive residences – 17 of which are historical and classic in style, and eight modern loft conversions – are located over six floors with easy, barrier-free access via an elevator.

To suit all tastes: the apartment sizes range from approx. 64 to 230 square metres and are also ideally suited for use as chambers, medical rooms, or offices. Spacious balconies and large terraces, a true rarity within classic properties, offer an extended quality of living. Extensive rooftop terraces of up to 170 square metres afford superb views across the city. You hold the reins for the interior fit out, employing exquisite materials. Palatial ceiling heights of six metres and more at fourth floor level and in the individual tower rooms create an inimitable spatial flair.

COTTON RESIDENCE
MAJESTIC PROPERTY
WITH PRESTIGE

since 1878

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HARLANDER
MANUFACTORY

ORIGINS OF THE RESIDENCE

In 1878 the distinguished Austrian industrialist family ‘Salcher’ commissioned the construction of a cotton and yarn mill under the “Harlander” brand in the then thriving textile quarter at the heart of Vienna. The Harlander name hails from a district of St. Pölten where the company‘s headquarters were located. The leading architect Julius Koch was appointed. The area around Neutorgasse developed into the main textile trade district, known in Viennese dialect as the “rag quarter” (Fetzenviertel). The economic success led to substantial affluence, which was reflected in the intensive construction activity.

Many stately buildings emerged; historicism and art nouveau styles influenced the cityscape. Around 1911 the Harlander cotton and yarn mill was converted into a Royal and Imperial post and telegraph office. To this day, the property at Neutorgasse 7 is one of Vienna‘s distinctive architectural works that give the city its splendour and charm. This special characteristic is maintained at the “Cotton Residence” today – both the name and the logo relate to the building‘s origins.

Wappen
L‘ART POUR L‘ART
Art for art`s sake - Viennese modernism as the heyday of art, architecture, music, and literature.

RESIDENCES

PRESERVE THE BEAUTIFUL

The historical charm of this almost 140 year old building can be felt throughout the “Cotton Residence”. During the redevelopment, particular attention has been paid to maintaining the historical image.

Top Nr.GeschoßWohnflächeZimmerBalkon/TerrasseLoggiaGR-PlanStatus
Top 1.11. Obergeschoss103,11 m²71,06 m²PDFVerkauft
Top 1.21. Obergeschoss153,08 m²PDFVerkauft
Top 1.31. Obergeschoss94,40 m²56,72 m²PDFFrei
Top 2.12. Obergeschoss172,06 m²7,09 m²PDFReserviert
Top 2.22. Obergeschoss199,29 m²5,89 m²PDFVerkauft
Top 2.32. Obergeschoss195,93 m²5,89 m²PDFVerkauft
Top 2.42. Obergeschoss171,86 m²7,09 m²PDFVerkauft
Top 3.13. Obergeschoss143,09 m²7,09 m²PDFReserviert
Top 3.23. Obergeschoss152,86 m²5,38 m²PDFVerkauft
Top 3.33. Obergeschoss63,83 m²5,89 m²PDFFrei
Top 3.43. Obergeschoss76,45 m²5,89 m²PDFFrei
Top 3.53. Obergeschoss140,94 m²5,26 m²PDFVerkauft
Top 3.63. Obergeschoss141,31 m²7,09 m²PDFVerkauft
Top 4.14. Obergeschoss146,10 m²7,09 m²PDFFrei
Top 4.24. Obergeschoss232,78 m²5,89 m²PDFFrei
Top 4.34. Obergeschoss232,86 m²5,89 m²PDFVerkauft
Top 4.44. Obergeschoss145,15 m²7,09 m²PDFFrei
Top 5.15. Obergeschoss118,14 m²8,10 m²15,96 m²PDFFrei
Top 5.25. Obergeschoss94,02 m²11,07 m²27,14 m²PDFFrei
Top 5.35. Obergeschoss106,32 m²5,20 m²12,66 m²PDFFrei
Top 5.45. Obergeschoss94,51 m²11,81 m²27,05 m²PDFFrei
Top 5.55. Obergeschoss118,23 m²9,06 m²16,09 m²PDFReserviert
Top 6.1Dachgeschoss229,89 m²213,20 m²PDFFrei
Top 6.2Dachgeschoss87,51 m²28,10 m²PDFFrei
Top 6.3Dachgeschoss228,17 m²208,00 m²PDFReserviert
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Loft conversion residence heating requirements 32.67 kWh/m²a, overall energy performance factor 0.855

Classic residence heating requirements 70.35 kWh/m²a, overall energy performance factor 1.299

BEYOND ALL COMPROMISE

Highlights
  • Well considered floor plans
  • Sunny terraces and balconies
  • Light-filled rooms
  • Oak parquet floors
  • Electronically controlled sun shades
  • Fan coil air-conditioning
  • Exquisite materials and designer fittings in the bathroom
  • Garage car parking

REPRESENTATIVE RARITY

The design, quality, and comfort of the furnishings at the “Cotton Residence” all feature that extra something. Entrance doors of solid wood, some with original doorjambs and classic-style panelling, provide the highest level of security. Spacious floor plans create expansive living spaces flooded with natural light, offering plenty of space for family, friends, and guests. At all floor levels, balconies and terraces are tiled with exquisite stone elements, extending the reception room out into the open. Residences within the historical core of this classic property feature extravagantly fitted herring-bone parquet floors in oak, and contemporary interpretations of the traditional classic doors. Bedrooms feature walk-in wardrobes and en-suite bathrooms according to size.

The two newly constructed upper floors are also state of the art. Extensive glazing brings the breathtaking feeling of spaciousness and height into the property. The loft conversion`s beletage is devoid of sloping ceilings.

"ONE MAY ONLY DO SOMETHING NEW,
IF ONE CAN DO IT BETTER"

Adolf Loos

AT THE HEART
OF THE CITY

WITH ITS FINGER ON THE PULSE

The “Cotton Residence” is situated at the heart of the vibrant and diverse city centre with its elegant boutiques, exquisite restaurants, and peaceful green oases.

By virtue of the property's city centre location, public transport connections are outstanding. A dedicated garage provides ample parking for cars.

By virtue of the property`s city centre location, public transport connections are outstanding. A dedicated garage provides ample parking for cars.

Vienna districts

By virtue of the property`s city centre location, public transport connections are outstanding. A dedicated garage provides ample parking for cars.

  1. Kärntner Straße
  2. Graben
  3. Kohlmarkt
  4. Tuchlauben
  1. Palais Hansen Kempinski
  2. Exquisite florist Lederleitner
  3. University of Vienna
  4. Café Landtmann
  1. Volksgarten
  2. Hofburg
  3. Burggarten
  4. Palmenhaus
  5. Hotel and Café Sacher
  1. Café Hawelka
  2. Konditorei Demel
  3. Zum Schwarzen Kameel
  4. St. Stephen`s Cathedral
  5. Motto am Fluss

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  1. Kärntner Straße
  2. Graben
  3. Kohlmarkt
  4. Tuchlauben
  5. Palais Hansen Kempinski
  6. Exquisite florist Lederleitner
  7. University of Vienna
  8. Café Landtmann
  9. Volksgarten
  10. Hofburg
  11. Burggarten
  12. Palmenhaus
  13. Hotel and Café Sacher
  14. Café Hawelka
  15. Konditorei Demel
  16. Zum Schwarzen Kameel
  17. St. Stephen`s Cathedral
  18. Motto am Fluss
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IMPERIAL
SPLENDOUR

VIENNA - THE WORLD’S
HIGHEST QUALITY CITY LIVING

The diverse cultural offer, the exclusive shopping streets and pedestrian zones, the sometimes grandiose architecture set within magnificent parks – just a few reasons to fall in love with the city of Vienna.

Unesco World Heritage
UNESCO
WORLD HERITAGE

Scarce few cities present so much imperial grandeur as the Danube metropolis Vienna. The elegantly prancing Lipizzaner horses, the world renowned Vienna Boys` Choir, palatial residences such as the Hofburg and Schönbrunn – the splendour of the empire is all around.

In 1996 Schönbrunn Palace and gardens and in 2001 Vienna`s historical city centre were declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Highest quality of living
HIGHEST
QUALITY OF LIVING

The city receives regular acclaim from international studies for its outstanding quality of living. For the seventh time consecutively, international consultancy Mercer has pronounced Vienna the city with the highest quality of living in the world.

1st place in Mercer study
2nd place Economist Intelligence Unit
High levels of safety
HIGH LEVELS
OF SAFETY

The city`s unsurpassed air and water quality and high level of personal safety were highlighted. With a score of 97.4 / 100, Vienna`s quality of living is second only to that of Melbourne in a recent study by the renowned London-based Economist Intelligence Unit.

High levels of safety.
International schools and universities
City of music
CITY
OF MUSIC

Vienna is known around the globe as the City of Music. Artists such as Johannes Brahms, Anton Bruckner, Gustav Mahler, and Arnold Schönberg lived here, working in the many opulent concert houses such as the State Opera and the Musikverein.

Contemporary and postmodern architecture harmonise wonderfully with the classical and monumental.
Viennese lifestyle
VIENNESE
LIFESTYLE

Magnificent cafés such as Café Sperl, Café Central, and Café Landtmann were the meeting places and homes from home for artists. To this day they are an expression of the renowned Viennese lifestyle. The relaxed, inspiring atmosphere and simply endless selection of coffee specialities are perfect for immersing oneself in the international press and debating over it for hours.

“Culture is the habit of being content with the best.”
Henry van Dyke, US-Author
Culinary classics
CULINARY
CLASSICS

The Viennese have always had a penchant for all things beautiful in life. Alongside haute cuisine, the Viennese have an ongoing love of wholesome, hearty food as served at the typical "Beisl" eateries and the legendary "Würstelstand".

Traditional classics such as the Wiener schnitzel, apple strudel, and Sachertorte are re-interpreted in the many restaurants and bars with great creativity and passion.

Contact

Neutorgasse 7
Vienna 1 - Inner City

Our competent team of OTTO IMMOBILIEN advisers is available to address all your questions and requests!

Mag. Michaela Orisich

Mag. Michaela Orisich
+43 1 512 7777-323
cotton@otto.at

Elfie Zipper

Elfie Zipper
+43 1 512 7777-333
cotton@otto.at

OTTO Immobilien
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