Obersendling, in the south of Munich, is not far from the city center but still close to nature. The high banks of the Isar river can be found to the east of the plot, where the river winds past. Toward the south, Obersendling is practically the gateway to the Alpine foothills. Extensive green spaces characterize this area of the city.
Though the district was once geared toward production, by the 1990s it was already being transformed into a mixed zone through the creation of residential housing. Its proximity both to downtown Munich and to the Isar river is transforming Obersendling more and more into an up-and-coming neighborhood. Munich’s planning department is pushing ahead with numerous projects to develop Obersendling into a flagship urban district.
THE SOURCE is located at the intersection of Baierbrunner Straße and Siemensallee, directly opposite the Herrmann-von-Siemens-Sportpark. Due to its unique location, the property offers magnificent views of both the city and the Alps.
new apartments in the immediate vicinity
shops and practices in the neighborhood
meters to the renatured Isar river
With its three buildings, this piece of real estate is “in itself” already geared toward mixed use, offering catering, cafés, open spaces for relaxation and much more. However, the plan is to also encourage open engagement with the immediate surroundings. Perhaps a picnic on the roof terrace of the south building is not enough? Directly opposite is the Hermann-von-Siemens-Sportpark. The Isar river is only 600 meters away as the crow flies. The nearest gym which is popular with locals: 50 meters.
Everyday shopping needs are also met. The district has a wide range of amenities, including:
Once the south campus is completed, the neighborhood will be even more frequented – all in the spirit of building community in a lively environment.
Obersendling U-Bahn station
to the bus stop
to Munich central station
to Munich Airport