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In the middle of the action
thanks to excellent connections

Mingard is also easy to reach via public transport, with two underground stations (‘Am Hart’ and ‘Frankfurter Ring’) located within comfortable walking distance of the complex. Underground trains connect the north of the city with Munich Central Station. From here you can then take S-Bahn trains to the airport and to Munich East station. There are also plans for a direct S-Bahn train connection. For this purpose, the DB Nordring line will adapt to accommodate S-Bahn trains. In addition, there’s already a bus stop right by Mingard.

For those travelling by car, the B13 (federal highway) and the A9 and A99 motorways are just minutes away.

All paths
lead to

S-Bahn train station due to open in 2026: For this purpose, the DB Nordring line will adapt to accommodate S-Bahn trains

2.5 km

to the next motorway


The no. 180 bus line passes Mingard and provides excellent connections to various S-Bahn trains, underground trains and trams

10 Min.

to reach the Central Station on the U2 underground train

Good news for bicycle commuters: a wide cycle path leads right past Mingard

A breath of fresh air
in the north of munich

A neighbourhood
where you instantly
feel at home

The new Hufelandplatz site is located in the north of Munich – in the Milbertshofen district, to be exact, which also happens to be the home of the Olympic Park. One of the most prominent features of the park is the Olympic tower, offering spectacular views over the city and of the Alps.

The district is dominated by the automobile industry, BMW being perhaps the most prominent example. The BMW Welt exhibition centre and BMW Museum are both located in the direct vicinity. In addition, the site also houses the main engineering and development campus of the BMW Group, BMW FIZ. Plans are in place to expand the FIZ campus in stages over the next decades. By the time the work is completed in 2050, some 41,000 BMW employees will work here.

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The precinct will provide parking spaces for around 1,000 vehicles and use a digital parking app to ensure these are utilised as efficiently as possible. Tenants can book their space online, while visitors can make use of the parking space reservation system. To support e-mobility, we’re installing charging stations for electric cars and bikes. Consumption will be registered and invoiced digitally.

Those who cycle to Mingard can lock their bikes up safely in the bike storage room. We’ve also included spaces here for larger cargo bikes. And to make sure cyclists can freshen up before starting work, employees will also find lockers and showers on the ground floor.

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