Finance City councilor Peter Hanke and Vienna Holding CEO Kurt Gollowitzer have now established a project company for the new 21st century Viennese multifunctional arena – it should accommodate 20,000 guests and meet all the requirements of sports, entertainment and music.
"We are consolidating Vienna as a world capital and we can continue to attract international stars," says Hanke. "The new arena will be a quantum leap for this industry and we want to become Europe's number one," Gollowitzer said.
Close the plan. Web search is scheduled for completion in January 2019. It will officially examine eight sites, including Dusika Stadium and Seestadt Aspern. The obvious favorite is probably the place in Neu Marx, which was once designated for the new ORF center.
New Marx is popular, Meets all criteria for an area of up to 40,000 square meters, access U3 is not longer than U6 to the City Hall – and: "It can create creative and media clusters,
costs: over € 200 million. Costs were provisionally estimated on the basis of comparable arenas in Europe with approximately € 220 million. Once the place has been explained, a call for tender will be launched, then it should be built relatively quickly – for 2020 -.
Sparte Prater StadiumWhat this big investment means for Vienna's willingness to co-finance the Prater national stadium has remained open to those responsible. The fact that such a placement would be a great competition for musical events, of course, is clear.
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