Vavrovsky Heine Marth has successfully represented the Bodner Group in proceedings before Austria's Constitutional Court regarding the development plan and building permit for the Quadrill urban development project in Linz, challenged as unconstitutional by one of the project's neighbors.
With the Quadrill project, the Bodner Group is creating around 18,000 square meters of office space, 8,400 square meters of residential space, and 2,800 square meters of retail and restaurant space. According to the firm, "the eponymous 109-meter-high Quadrill Tower will be Austria's tallest office and hotel building outside of Vienna. This means a skyline-defining construction project for the city of Linz and a booster for the Upper Austrian economy."
"We are very happy for our client as the legality of the project has now also been confirmed by the highest court," Vavrovsky Heine Marth Partner and Head of Linz Office Lisa Haslinger commented.
The Vavrovsky Heine Marth team was led by Haslinger.