FB 16/18

Office and Logistics Building – Buchs, Zurich

The property comprises on the one hand an office and administration building and on the other hand an associated logistics building in Buchs ZH. In 2019, the office and administration building was converted from a single-tenant property into a multi-tenant property and modernised in a targeted manner. The website set up specifically for this purpose is www.fb16-18.ch.

The architecturally appealing office building was designed for a variety of uses, so that flexible tenant fit-out according to individual needs can be guaranteed at all times. For example, the space can be designed as individual or open-plan offices or as exhibition or communal areas. The commercial building serves as a logistics property and contains various storage areas and technical rooms.

The municipality of Buchs, with its direct neighbours Otelfingen, Regensdorf, Dällikon and Boppelsen, is located in the district of Dielsdorf, in the northwest of the Zurich conurbation. Zurich-Kloten airport is only 14 kilometres away. The distance to Baden is 12 kilometers and to Zurich City 15 kilometers. Thanks to its own Buchs-Dällikon railway station, the A1/A4 motorway connections and the Baden/Zurich cantonal road, Buchs is easily accessible at all times by both public and private transport.

Properties in Detail


Legal form

Swiss stock corporation

Address / registered office of the company

ACRON HELVETIA I Immobilien Aktiengesellschaft
c/o Dr. Raoul Stampfli
Rötistrasse 22
4500 Solothurn

The Property

Type of use

Office and logistics building


Furtbachstrasse 16-18
8107 Buchs (Canton of Zurich)

Year constructed

Office and administration building 1988, logistics building 1976 (addition and partial renovation in 2002)
Office and administration building 2019 (Conversion to multi-tenant property)

Site area

7,527 m² (80,990 sq. ft)

Net leasable area

11,145 m² (119,964 sq. ft.)

Parking spaces

Underground garage below the office building with 24 parking spaces, 65 parking spaces in the northern sector of the property

Key Figures (in CHF)

Investment volume (2001)


Share capital


Borrowed funds