“RathausQuartier Hohenems”: The next step in the development of the center in the northern part of the city

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On Friday, October 15 and Saturday, October 16, 2021, all citizens are cordially invited to the presentation “Development of the Hohenems Town Hall Quarter” in Villa Iwan and Franziska Rosenthal, Radetzkystraße 1.

The overall urban planning concept for the town hall district including the new location of the city administration, the public underground car park and the expansion of the public infrastructure is presented.

The presentation also focuses on the listed renovation of the Villa Iwan and Franziska Rosenthal with future main use as the Vorarlberg literary house, a publicly accessible park in the old villa garden with passageways as well as attractive retail and service areas to complement the existing city center offer and diverse, attractive apartments. The project partners and those involved are available for personal discussions.

· Public tours are offered on Friday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
· You can register for this at www.schadenbauer.at or during office hours at Tel. 05576 / 7101-1134.
· Alternatively, you can also scan the QR code on the next page and log in conveniently.
· The tours last around 25 minutes and are limited to 10 participants each.
· A valid 3-G certificate is a prerequisite for participation. Therefore, due to the 3-G controls, please appear at the south entrance of Villa Rosenthal about 5 to 10 minutes before your tour appointment (across from the florist shop Ecke33).

The tours are carried out in cooperation with the city of Hohenems and ARGE Schadenbauer and Swiss Town Consult. If you need support with your registration, we ask you to register by telephone on 05576 / 7101-1134.

Exhibition of competition models

Parallel to the guided tours in the Villa Rosenthal, all the work in the architectural competition around the new Hohenems town hall can be viewed in the premises at Marktstrasse 40.

Times: Friday, October 15, 2021, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.; Saturday, October 16, 2021, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Access is limited. No pre-registration is required here. Therefore there may be waiting times at the entrance. The usual 3-G certificate must be presented.

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