Eisenberger & Herzog has advised the Switzerland's Brisen Group on its entrance into an operating agreement with the Mandarin Oriental hotel chain.
According to Eisenberger & Herzog, the Brisen Group acquired the premises of the former commercial court on Riemergasse, in Vienna, in 2016, with plans to transform it into a five-star hotel by 2023. In doing so, the firm reports, the Brise Group will invest “more than EUR 100 million in the expansion and comprehensive modernization of the former court building. A total of 151 rooms and suites, a top-class restaurant, a spa area with swimming pool and fitness center, and banquet and conference facilities will be created for the Mandarin Oriental hotel [over] approximately 17,000 square meters of floor space.“
Eisenberger & Herzog‘s team included Partners Alric Ofenheimer, Christopher Engel, Marcus Benes, Laurenz Liedermann, Ulrike Sehrschoen, and Andreas Zellhofer, Attorney Karoline Hofmann, and Associates Helena Neuner, Wolfgang Koefer, Josef Moser, and Titus Kahr.
Eisenberger & Herzog was unable to provide more information on the matter.