Built in 1984 according to the plans of the Munich architect Herbert Kochta and revitalized in 2013, the Elisenhof is one of the most central addresses in the Bavarian capital.
His new appearance with the high facade of stone and glass, elegant spacious entrance areas and a new exterior design invite you to discover it with the diversity of its offering.
For this he has five addresses
(Clockwise: Elise Road 3, Luitpoldstraße 3, Prielmayerstraße 3, Prielmayerstraße 1 and Luisenstraße 4).
Here on the upper floors one finds practices, law firms and offices of business consultancies, notaries and the City of Munich. In the basement, ground and first floors, visitors to the Elisenhof take advantage of textile shops, gastronomy and shops for daily needs.
Especially with its centrality, with direct access to the basement Munich Central Station, with the most spacious underground garage of the city, the Elisenhof proves once again class and quality of service for its tenants, customers and visitors.