Our newly built apartment house is centrally located in Vienna's 3rd District on a quiet lane off the Landstraßer Hauptstraße, near the picturesque Rochus Market.  Its unique environment within the gardens of the 75-year old Palais Hardegg, sheltered by a quaint city park to the west, offers comforting green surroundings which mask its proximity to the city center. The U 3 subway station at Rochus Market is only a 2-minute walk.  St. Stephen's Square, the very heart of Vienna, is just three subway stops away.  And in between: the very best Vienna has to offer in sightseeing, restaurants, cafes, museums, opera, theatre and concerts.

A mere 5-minute walk in another direction will take you to the Prater – a vast recreation area offering a multitude of leisure activities, such as jogging, riding, tennis, bike riding, golf, or the simple savoring of nature.  Inside its huge park grounds, the elegant "Lusthaus" will beckon you to stop for imperial Viennese delicacies. 

The city's autobahn is close enough to get you to Schwechat International Airport in only 20 minutes, but far enough away so as not to impose its noise.  Its link-up with the south-bound A2 or the west-bound A1 autobahns makes the Austrian countryside equally accessible.


(History and Surroundings)

Salmgasse has been documented since the 18th century under the name of Gemeinde Gasse; it received its present name of "Salmgasse" in the 1870s.  Its J-shaped bend links Landstraße and Rasumovskygasse.  From the street-side back walls of the Palais Salm, a short bifurcation leads to Rasumovskygasse. This ensemble of buildings formed an important axis in the neighborhood around Palais Rasumovsky, with its typical late-baroque and "biedermeier" architectural style, which also included Siegelgasse.  Notable architectural edifices are the Palais Salm, the former Palais Sylva-Turucca, and two smaller buildings in "biedermeier" style – Palais Hardegg (Nr.8), and the building Nr. 15.

The area around Salmgasse


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