LabCampus, the unique cross-industry center at Munich Airport, continues to take shape. After a year of construction, the management teams of Munich Airport, the subsidiary LabCampus GmbH and representatives of the general contractor Züblin celebrated the topping-out ceremony for LAB 48 on the airport site. Due to COVID-19, the ceremony was only symbolic.
LAB 48 is the first building on the LabCampus and its design reflects its network and innovation character. With an area of around 30,000 square meters, the four-story office building offers its tenants a wide range of uses. The overall layout is divided into smaller units that form a multi-faceted facade with large window fronts. While the top floors are intended for tailor-made offices, the first floor serves as a network and communication forum for all users of the building and their guests. There is the modern lobby in an inner courtyard with a glass roof, exhibition rooms and design studios for the development of prototypes as well as gastronomic offers. The special features of this modern building also include exclusive and frequently used terraces.
Construction of LAB 48 began in February 2020 and the building is expected to be ready in the second quarter of 2022. The sale and marketing of the office space is managed in cooperation with the distribution partner CBRE.