HISTORICAL SPLENDOR AND NEW SHINE
The italian Palazzo
In 1836, the Palais was converted into the Royal Residence Post Office and housed postal functions until 2009. Between 2010 and 2013, the former Residence Post Office was re-erected with the exception of the historic facades. Today, exclusive stores and restaurants have settled around the sheltered courtyard and, on the upper floors, offices and medical practices have been established, rounded off by unique apartments in the two uppermost stories.
In this way, a unique symbiosis has evolved with an interesting mixture of tenants all sharing the same attribute: the desire for premium quality. Even though the use, areas and offerings at Palais an der Oper greatly vary, the interaction of these defines the character of high-class urbanity.
RETAIL / RESTAURANTS
TOP OFFICE CATERING AND MEDICAL TENANTS
Big names have settled on the ground floor of the Palais. Maison Luis Vuitton, traditional jeweller Bucherer, Boutique Daniels and the two restaurants Kuffler Grill – a restaurant of the Munich cuisine dynasty Kuffler with first-row seats under the famous arcades – and the Kleine Kameel – a favourite among staff at the Palais who appreciate the excellent Italian cuisine and a cosy atmosphere.
OFFICES / DOCTORS
TOP OFFICE, EATERIES AND DOCTOR TENANTS
World-famous companies and internationally renowned physicians specialised in various fields have all found their home at the Palais. Traditional private banks, like Warburg or Pictet, are similarly domiciled at this property as is DLA Piper as globally operating business lawyers or Bloomberg from the finance world. The physicians at the property also have an outstanding reputation and an international clientele.
A CLASS OF THEIR OWN
Under the aegis of prestigious interior designers, apartments on the fifth and sixth floor were furnished individually and fitted out down to the smallest detail. A retreat in the heart of Munich for connoisseurs and cosmopolitans.