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Zurich University of applied Sciences draws in well-known high-rise building

The area is significant, with 3000 square meters of the Zurich University of applied Sciences (ZHAW) in the distinctive rent high house "red tower" in Winterthur. As the "country messenger" writes, the long-term lease from the beginning of the year, and includes seven sticks.

In the Red tower will stay in the School of Management and Law. It is the largest division of the ZHAW at the site in Winterthur. The University of applied Sciences, is already for a long time on the Site present. With the move to the Red tower, the excerpt from the ZHAW from the buildings is sealed at the town house road. Which should happen by the end of the year.

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according to the excerpt With the entry of the ZHAW, the Red tower is now completely occupied. That was some years After the departure of the insurance company Axa in its new headquarters on the former Sulzer Site in the year 2015, several sticks were always in the high house is empty. With a vacancy, the site owner, "Swiss Prime Site" for the near future. There are no signs, it is cited in the "country" offered.

Originally, Swisscom had built the tower, which is why he is no longer been as "Swisscom-tower" referred to. He opened is in the year 2000. Since 2016, he belongs, however, not the telecommunications company, but the Olten real estate company "Swiss Prime Site". (Tages-Anzeiger)

Created: 09.01.2019, 11:32 PM

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