Digital natives, ex-pats and newcomers accustomed to high standards in terms of comfort and digitally connected working will find their dream home here in Zurich's city center. And those who appreciate social interaction will feel right at home on the roof of Baslerpark. One of the loft residents is Thomas Dingel, of Bonn, Germany.
He began a new job in Zurich at the beginning of February 2022. Looking for a new apartment, he came upon Baslerpark. It offers the ideal conditions if he decides to work from home. Meeting rooms and a fully-equipped workspace are located on the lower floors.
When he moved in, he was especially pleased by one touch added by the lessor: To his great surprise, one of the support columns in the loft had been painted magenta – his employer's corporate color. "It's been a quantum leap in terms of hospitality here," says Dingel, a managing director at Deutsche Telekom Global Business in Switzerland.
His fully furnished apartment has a modern kitchen with cutlery and dishes as well as everything else he needs. But Dingel regularly cooks in the shared kitchen with his neighbors. Although he still has some trouble understanding the German spoken by his Swiss neighbors, he is slowly but surely integrating into Zurich and he feels "right at home" in Baslerpark.