The Millennium Tower, designed by the internationally renowned architects Gustav Peichl, Boris Podrecca and Rudolf Weber, is a striking landmark on the Vienna skyline and is Austria’s most distinctive office tower.


Phenomenal – the view from the 202 m high Millennium Tower. An unobstructed 360-degree panoramic view over Vienna, the Danube, and far beyond. Including its antenna mast, the tower, by the Vienna architect group Peichl, Podrecca and Weber, rises 65 metres above St. Stephen’s Cathedral.


“Flair” is one of the most important assessment criteria for real estate today. What’s the use of the largest, most modern of offices if it’s on the outskirts of the city, difficult to reach by public transport, and the surroundings have nothing to offer other than more offices? The Millennium Tower was finished in 1999 as a multifunctional centre, and was Vienna’s first mixed development.


All the offices in the Millennium Tower enjoy generously sized windows; all of Vienna lies at your feet. The open architectural floor plan simply forms the frame, and leaves the structure and division up to the company’s specific needs.


The Millennium Tower is not only an impressive structure on the Vienna skyline, but the multifunctional building on the banks of the Danube has also been declared a “blue building”. This distinction from the Austrian Association for Sustainable Real Estate (ÖGNI) was awarded to the office tower for its sustainable energy concept and also for the space utilisation in the building as a whole.