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Office Buildings

A new lease of life for a city block in Stuttgart/Bad Canstatt

Added value

  • Repositioning of an inner-city precinct
  • Ideal conditions for a vibrant urban living environment
  • Cost-optimized solutions for facade design – with minimum intervention
  • Secure project execution


  • Feasibility study
  • Support during lease negotiations
  • BSE planning
  • Facade optimization
  • Integrated planning
  • Workplace consulting
  • Brand architecture
  • Redevelopment
  • General Construction Management (GCM)

Flanders Stuttgart S.à.r.l., Stuttgart, managed by J.P. Morgan Asset Management, Frankfurt


Stuttgart, Bad Cannstatt

Project duration

December 2019 – April 2021


58.000 m²

Investment volume

€ 65 million

In spring 2019, the client commissioned Drees & Sommer with a feasibility study for the repositioning of an office complex in the east of Stuttgart. Based on the results of the study, the company developed a viable concept for the future of the entire precinct. The experts also conducted facade studies and addressed new layout solutions for multispaces and individual workplaces.

Drees & Sommer user experience experts were able to demonstrate that user well-being in the office can be significantly improved, for example by dispensing with cubicles and using high-quality materials for the fitout. Working with their engineering colleagues, they also showed how a new BSE concept would support this transformation. At the same time, specialists developed solutions for optimization of the facade design – and cut costs by minimizing the number of alterations. Execution of the refurbishment began in spring 2020.

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