science faculties now occupy the remodelled Toni dairy – once Europe’s largest milkprocessing facility – and the Prime Tower (Hardstrasse 201, Zurich; primetower.ch/en) is Switzerland’s tallest skyscraper with a selection of bars and restaurants including Clouds (clouds.ch) on the 35th floor.
Frau Gerold’s Garten (Geroldstrasse 23/23a, Zürich; fraugerold.ch) started as a beer garden but morphed into a local haunt with casual places to drink and dine while Im Viadukt (Viaduktstrasse, Zürich; im-viadukt.ch) , which was built under the railway arches, has boutiques and galleries as well as a Market Hall that’s home to about 20 food producers. In a city staked with regal oldworld hotels – the fairytale Dolder Grand (Kurhausstrasse 65, Zürich; hedoldergrand.com) is an icon – there are still new accommodation options popping up. The Kameha Grand Zurich (Dufaux-Strasse 1, Glattpark; kamehagrand zuerich.com) opened on March 1, the Dorint Airport Hotel Zurich (Riethofstrasse 40, Opfikon-Glattbrugg; hotelairport-zuerich.dorint.com/en) and Sheraton Zurich Hotel (Pfingstweidstrasse 100, Zurich; sheratonzurichhotel.com/en) were unveiled in 2014.
And boutique Hotel City Zurich (Löwenstrasse 34, Zurich; hotelcity.ch) is back in business after undergoing a seven-month renovation.