Hall of Residence Kaulbachstraße
At the moment, there is construction work going on in these halls of residence. More information can be found here.
The history of this hall of residence is inextricably linked with James Loeb and his wife Marie-Antonie Hambüchen. James Loeb (1867-1930) used the majority of his fortune to promote social causes, art and research, without ever wanting to be named as sponsor or patron. Thanks to his generosity, students can now enjoy living in the Kaulbachstraße, also known as the Marie-Antonie House, which is the first and therefore oldest student resisdence in Munich. He gave the building to the equivalent of the Munich Student Union at the time, with the request that it be dedicated to his beloved wife. Students first began living in the house, which is practically next door to the lecture halls of the LMU, in 1970, and since then have been enjoying a harmonious and cooperative atmosphere.
Kitchens, garden, two sun decks, cellar bar, fireplace room, music room with piano, hobby room with workshop, laundry room, drying room, photography lab, table tennis table.
Shopping in Schwabing and the city centre, take away, copy shop, library, canteen, cafeteria, Scwabing scene cafes
Activities and Culture
Englisch Garden, diverse gastronomy and culture in Schwabing