Attractive redevelopment site in an up-and-coming part of the city
With the purchase of the FCA Switzerland SA site in the Altstetten district of Zurich, HIAG secured an urban redevelopment site with versatile potential for attractive residential and commercial areas.
New life in a former industrial quarter
Where spindles and water wheels once spun in Windisch, HIAG has created a lively residential and commercial destination. The Kunzareal site is now an exuberant quarter and home for individualists and families, start-ups and companies.
High quality working and living conditions that attract top talent
HIAG's “The Hive” campus concept is modelled after a beehive where tenants network at the campus. It offers a perfect environment for efficient and successful work as a key factor in the attractiveness of a workplace.
Customised sale-and-lease-back transaction strengthens eastern Switzerland as a business location
With a solution customised to the tenant’s requirements, HIAG made it possible to build the new production and office building for an international specialist in aluminium packaging flexibly and without bureaucracy in Goldach, thus strengthening eastern Switzerland as a business location in the long term.
An attractive leisure destination with a regional impact
HIAG’s successful interim use with attractive fine dining and cultural offerings at the “Porte Sud” site in the Lancy part of Geneva has enabled the creation of an attractive leisure destination with a regional impact.
Entrepreneurial community strengthens the long-term potential of the site
Within the framework of the redevelopment of the Papieri site in Biberist, which is optimally located in terms of transport, HIAG is supporting the long-term development of a distinctly entrepreneurial innovation site.
Cross-generational development potential in the St. Gallen Rhine Valley
In St. Margrethen, where HIAG was founded in 1876 as a timber trading company, Stadler Rail’s competence centre for double-decker trains now forms a cross-generational hub for the economic development of the St. Gallen Rhine Valley. HIAG transferred the construction rights for the approximately 70'000 m² site to Stadler Rail in 2017.