Saturn Tower

The construction of the Saturn Tower started in 2003 following the Andromeda and Ares Tower. It was designed by the Austrian architects Heinz Neumann and Hans Hollein. As early as 2004, the office tower was completed. The skyscraper is located on the edge of the Danube Park and is about 95 meters high. The tower was named after the Roman god Saturn. Saturn was in the Roman mythology the god of sowing or agriculture.

The developer of the building is the WED Vienna Danube Region Development Corporation. The owner of the Saturn Tower is the GENO Saturn Tower / T-Center Immobilienbeteiligungsholding GmbH & Co. KG. Further the main tenant of the building is the Austrian steel construction company Waagner-Biro.

Facts

With a gross floor area of ​​57,200 sqm, a total amount of 33,000 sqm can be rented. This adds up to four rental units per floor. Furthermore, there are a five basement floors. There are technical and location areas, entrances and exits as well as parking decks. In front of the entrance hall is even an own right of way for taxi companies.

Also, deliveries are no problem due to the direct access to the goods lift on the level -4. Passenger drivers are also provided with 329 parking spaces. Overall, there are with 23 floors, a basement and four parking floors in total 28 floors.

Appearance and special features

The Saturn Tower is characterized by an interplay of bay elements and strong cuts. It also has a variety of balconies and terraces. Furthermore the pompous glass surfaces allow a breathtaking view.

The absolute highlight at the Saturn Tower is the sky lobby on the top floor. The so-called wolke21 offers its guests an unique view over Vienna. A 160 sqm large area is perfect for any type of event. There is also a 50 sqm bar area and a 160 sqm terrace.

In addition, the Saturn Tower has:

  • Openable windows
  • 2.80 m ceiling height
  • Cooling with chilled beams
  • Sun or glare protection
  • Fast data transmission via CAT-7 cabling
  • Tea kitchens
  • Optimal lighting conditions

Therefore it is not surprising that internationally renowned companies such as Waagner-Biro, Nokia, Kuehne + Nagel, Actelion or Avenum have decided to headquarter in the Saturn Tower.