The Circle community continues to grow

The Negishi Sushi Bar, a concept by Familie Wiesner Gastronomie AG, is already represented at various locations throughout Switzerland and will in future also ideally complement the gastronomy offer at the Circle. In addition to a show kitchen where sushi will be freshly prepared, the modern concept will include a poke bowl bar and a take-away ordering station. The restaurant is scheduled to open in January 2023.

Companies from various industries newly part of Circle community

The Circle as a campus offers its tenants a lively platform that promotes exchange. With Beyond Gravity and NEOSS AG, two more companies are moving into the Circle and thus contributing to the further development of this community.

Beyond Gravity is a leading supplier to the aerospace industry in Europe with a growing presence in the USA. The company develops and manufactures products for satellites and launch vehicles at twelve locations in six countries. It will relocate to the Circle in early 2023, occupying approximately 2700m2 of rental space.

The NEOSS Group manufactures implants and related products in the dental field and, in the course of its expansion, has chosen the Circle as the ideal location for the Swiss branch.

Since the Circle opened in November 2021, 46 companies and their 5000 employees have settled here. The Circle is a convincing location with a high quality of work and living. 


With Negishi, Beyond Gravity and NEOSS AG, three more companies from different industries have opted for office or restaurant rental space at the Circle.

About The Circle

The Circle is a commercial center jointly owned by Zurich Airport Ltd and Swiss Life AG. Since its opening in autumn 2020, the new district at Zurich Airport invites guests to discover the world of brands, and to relax and enjoy the ten restaurants and cafés. Two hotels belonging to the Hyatt group, a congress center accommodating up to 2500 guests, an outpatient health center of the University Hospital of Zurich, attractive office space as well as art, culture and education complete the wide range of services at Switzerland's largest national airport. The Circle, with its accompanying park, is a cultural and economic resource that extends beyond the airport region. The project was realized in joint ownership by Zurich Airport Ltd, holding 51 percent and Swiss Life AG, holding 49 percent.