The residential complex consists of 5 components, which have different facade designs depending on their spatial location - inside (courtyard) / outside (public space). A large part of the apartments is oriented on two sides and has a private open space. The variety of housing types addresses a diversity of users: Singles, young families, patchwork families, students, single parents, refugees, etc. and, of course, senior citizens and the young at heart.
A central concern of the project is the formation of house communities and generally good neighborliness. In moderated workshops, interested residents were able to co-determine the concrete use and furnishing of the rooms within a given budget. In addition to the common room ("Kids Corner"), which is intended for the entire Neu Leopoldau neighborhood, and the mobility station, the southern building also houses the common rooms related to the building site. On the 3rd floor there is an attractive community room with a large roof terrace.
In addition, social housing offers for various target groups were implemented in the project in cooperation with Neunerimmo, Volkshilfe and JUNO, an association for separated and single parents.