Disclaimer and note on data protection: limitation of liability

The publisher is responsible for this information. The information on this website has been compiled with great care. However, no guarantee can be given for the correctness and completeness. For this reason, any liability for possible damage in connection with the use of the information offered is excluded. The mere use of this website does not create any contractual relationship between the user and the provider / publisher. With the following information, the provider provides information about the type, scope and purpose of the collection and use of your data.

Copyright notice

All content of this website is protected by copyright. Unauthorized use, reproduction or reproduction of the content or parts of the content is prohibited. For permission to use the content, please contact the publisher.

Note on external links

Our website may contain links to other websites. We have no influence on whether their operators comply with data protection regulations. We also have no influence on the legality of the content of these websites. We therefore reject any responsibility for the content of other websites.

Note on data protection: data collection

When you visit our website, the IP address of your computer is transferred to our web host. This is personal data that requires special protection. Our web host learns the name of your Internet service provider and the date and time of your visit to our website. The data is stored in order to guarantee the operational security of our website in the event of attacks on the website (hacking attempts, DDOS attacks, etc.) and to be able to take legal action if necessary.
An automatic collection of further personal data (e.g. information such as your name, address, postal address, telephone number) is not triggered by visiting this website. Personal data is only collected if you provide it to us voluntarily, for example by sending an email. The transfer of your data to third parties is excluded, as far as legal regulations do not allow or order it or we have your consent to the transfer of your data. Such a declaration of consent can be revoked at any time.
We would like to point out that there is no secure transmission with regard to data transmission over the Internet (e.g. when communicating by email). Sensitive data should therefore either not be transmitted at all or only via a secure connection (SSL).

Note on data protection: use of cookies

Cookies are small data sets that your browser stores on your local hard drive. Cookies may be used on our website. The cookies on our website do not contain any personal data about you. Cookies save you having to enter data multiple times, make it easier for you to transmit specific content and help us identify particularly popular areas of our online offering. So we are u. a. able to tailor the content of our website to the needs of users. If you wish, you can deactivate the use of cookies at any time via the settings of your browser. Please use the help functions of your browser window to find out how you can change these settings. However, this can mean that you can no longer use individual areas of our website. Deactivation may result in individual areas of the website not being displayed in the manner we provide, e.g. because other fonts or images that do not match the screen format are displayed. The information content of our website remains even with a different appearance.

Note on data protection: third-party codes

So-called third-party codes were also used in the programming of our website.
These are in detail:

– jQuery from; The program library ensures that website content is displayed correctly. A storage of data does not take place.

In this context, we would like to point out that external servers of Google or jquery in the USA can be called up through this use. Unfortunately, we do not currently know whether Google logs this server request and uses it further. However, we assume that Google’s privacy policy also applies in this regard. Therefore, your IP address will probably be stored for a period of several months in any case. Incidentally, the same also applies to JavaScript elements that might be loaded from Google servers for purposes of browser compatibility (e.g. with IE9).

Use of Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics to analyze website usage. The data obtained from this is used to optimize our website as well as advertising measures.

Google Analytics is provided to us by Google Ireland Limited (Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland). Google processes website usage data on our behalf and is contractually committed to measures to ensure the security and confidentiality of the processed data.

During your website visit, the following data is recorded, among others:

Pages viewed

Orders including sales and products ordered
The achievement of “website goals” (e.g. contact requests and newsletter sign-ups)
Your behavior on the pages (for example, dwell time, clicks, scrolling behavior)
Your approximate location (country and city)
Your IP address (in shortened form, so that no clear assignment is possible)
Technical information such as browser, Internet provider, terminal device and screen resolution
Source of origin of your visit (i.e. via which website or advertising medium you came to us)
No personal data such as name, address or contact details are ever transferred to Google Analytics.

This data is transferred to Google servers in the USA. We would like to point out that the same level of protection under data protection law cannot be guaranteed in the USA as within the EU.

Google Analytics stores cookies in your web browser for a period of two years since your last visit. These cookies contain a randomly generated user ID with which you can be recognized during future website visits.

The recorded data is stored together with the randomly generated user ID, which enables the evaluation of pseudonymous user profiles. This user-related data is automatically deleted after 14 months. Other data remains stored in aggregated form indefinitely.

If you do not agree with the collection, you can prevent it with the one-time installation of the browser add-on to disable Google Analytics or by rejecting cookies via our cookie settings dialog.


Data protection notice: Right to information, deletion and objection

At your request, we will at any time and comprehensively provide information about the personal data stored by us, correct the data or, at your request, delete the data, unless it is data that is subject to a statutory retention period in accordance with statutory regulations for the proper conduct of business. Data for which there is no retention period will be permanently deleted in regular deletion cycles.

Please contact the data protection officer of our organization if you have any requests for information or other queries:

Dr. iur. Christian Borchers
datenschutz süd GmbH
Wörthstrasse 15
97082 Würzburg

Postal address:
ABG Real Estate Group
c/o ABG Real Estate Holding GmbH & Co. Kommanditgesellschaft
Promenade Square 12
80333 Munich

Registered office of the company: Munich, Local Court Munich HRA 40395
General partner: ABG Real Estate GmbH, registered office of the company:
Frankfurt am Main, Frankfurt am Main Local Court HRB 53451
Management: Ulrich Höller (Chairman), Dr. Thomas Hartmann, Piotr Bienkowski

Note on data protection: Competent supervisory authority

The competent supervisory authority for data protection matters of the ABG group of companies is:
Bavarian State Office for Data Protection Supervision (BayLDA).
Promenade 27
91522 Ansbach


The location where the 1980s cult TV series “Monaco Franze” was shot is now the new hotspot in Munich.

FRANZ is an homage to a renowned Munich eccentric and a German TV and pop culture icon of the 1980s: “Monaco Franze – der ewige Stenz”. In the eponymous series shot by the Bayerische Rundfunk, the Bavarian Broadcasting Corporation, the building on Sonnenstrasse, which since 1953 had been a residence and had housed commercial premises, attained nationwide fame.

Monaco Franze

Cult TV series of the 1980s

Lovingly staged with plenty of local flair, the ten episodes tell the story of the big-city adventures of CID inspector and later private detective Franz Münchinger, aka “Monaco Franze”, in Munich of the early 1980s. Much to his wife’s annoyance, Monaco Franze investigates crimes after work, too. Because however much he appreciates the wonders of marriage, the feminine appeal of the charming repeat offender is seductive.

Ten-part TV series by the Bayerische Rundfunk

Idea and script:
Helmut Dietl, Patrick Süskind, Franz Geiger

First broadcast on 2 March 1983 on German TV

FRANZ Original

Adding to existing value

Across its seven stories, FRANZ Original provides high-end office spaces, exclusive apartments, and supplementary public usages on the ground floor. The sensitive revitalization of the building preserves its character while lending it a contemporary appearance.


Creating new space

As a three-storey, purist new build with a greened glass façade, FRANZ Neo grows up out of the greened inner courtyard. Office spaces with a high-end fit-out and generous floor-to-ceiling windows create an inspiring setting for the minds driving tomorrow.