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SBB has approved final construction stage


The construction of Europaallee in Zurich is progressing as planned: SBB has approved the final phase of construction and has signed a framework contract with Google for offices on Europaallee. Google will move into several buildings over a period of five years. This means that SBB has let all of its office and service areas on Europaallee five years before completion. Meanwhile, construction is progressing as planned.
The construction of Europaallee is progressing as planned: SBB has approved the final phase for construction. SBB has therefore signed a framework contract with Google for offices at the premises of Europaallee. The technology company is creating new jobs in this area, which is likely to span 50,000 square metres, by 2020. The office spaces are spread across multiple buildings. These are situated on the site of former platforms 51-54 owned by SBB and continue towards Langstrasse.
The determining factors behind Google’s decision to rent office space on Europaallee were the attractive urban environment it offers for employees and the convenient access by public transport. The wide range of usage possibilities, including places to live, work, shop and rest as well as educational and cultural spaces, was an additional incentive. Educational establishments, financial service providers and Google will each occupy a third of the 150,000-square-metre area, creating a good balance.

Europaallee is taking shape
SBB is investing a total of CHF 1.2 billion in Europaallee and its future appearance is gradually taking shape: around 13,000 people will visit Europaallee every day, including Google employees and students from the Zurich University of Teacher Education, Juventus and the KV Business School as well as employees from UBS, CS and Swisscanto. In addition, the site will boast more than 50 shops, restaurants and bars, which, along with the Kosmos cinema and arts centre, will ensure that there will be lots going on in the public space even outside of office hours, not least for the inhabitants of the 400 flats. The range of facilities will be rounded off with the 25hours Design Hotel with its 174 rooms, the Di Gallo Group’s “Gustav” Residence and the OBC Suisse Business Centre.

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