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Research and insights > Trí: Munich’s first hybrid timber office building
Asset management, ESG, Product insight, Sustainability

Trí: Munich’s first hybrid timber office building

July 1, 2022
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Sustainability in action: Munich’s first hybrid timber office building

The LaSalle Encore+ fund, in collaboration with ACCUMULATA Real Estate Group, is developing Trí, Munich’s first hybrid timber office building

Scheduled for completion in the first quarter of 2024, Trí will be Situated on Elsenheimerstrasse in the city’s Westend district, have a floor area of approximately 16,000 square meters and provide flexible, multifunctional spaces including a ground-floor café/bistro and landscaped roof terrace, as well as various wellness amenities, including a yoga studio and a relaxation lounge.

Trí will meet the highest sustainability standards through a variety of methods. The construction process will use reclaimed concrete from the existing building and make use of timber in the load-bearing structure, as well as ensure that materials used in construction can be recycled at the end of their service life. Trí will host a photovoltaic system for electricity generation, efficient heating, cooling and ventilation systems and make use of a ground water heat pump. The building will also harvest and store rainwater, supplying irrigation systems for the benefit of surrounding green areas.

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