Brochures and working papers on HafenCity at a glance
HafenCity Hamburg GmbH is presenting the full breadth of innovative urban development at MIPIM, the international real estate fair in Cannes. From March 14–17, 2017, Europe’s biggest inner-city urban development project is a main partner on the Hamburg pavilion – Stand R8.B20 in the Festival Palais
On March 8, the Mayor of Hamburg, Olaf Scholz, the Chief Executive of HafenCity Hamburg GmbH, Prof. Jürgen Bruns-Berentelg, and Hamburg’s Chief Planning Officer, Prof. Jörn Walter, publicly laid out the conditions for this outstanding construction project in Hamburg’s Town Hall. A high-rise that makes a strong statement is envisaged next to the Elbe bridges, forming both a powerful culmination of HafenCity’s development in the east and an entrée to Hamburg’s inner city
Good urban development is characterized by progressive creative drive as well as multiple synchronized strands of development. That is especially true of HafenCity: In its western neighborhoods, Europe’s biggest inner-city urban development project is already a lively, culturally diverse home to 2,800 residents, a place of work for about 12,000 employees of more than 730 companies, and a center of learning for 5,000 students
Future-oriented development of a highly attractive real estate market
HafenCity Hamburg GmbH will be exhibiting again at the Expo Real real estate trade fair in Munich, October 4–6 2016. Europe’s biggest inner-city urban development project will be one the main partners on the City of Hamburg pavilion. The focus of this year’s HafenCity presentation is on the major comprehensive neighborhood developments in HafenCity’s central and eastern districts especially
Shared prevention center for two big employers’ liability insurance associations BGW and VBG to be built right next to the Elbe
The groundwork is laid for the first building construction project in HafenCity’s easternmost district. Two of Germany’s biggest employers’ liability insurance associations, BGW and VBG, are planning a shared prevention center on a pivotal plot sited next to the Elbe Promenade, the subway stop under construction and the planned rapid transit station.
Hamburg’s Mayor, Olaf Scholz, joined neighbors, HafenCity figures and many guests from other city districts July 9 to open the new Lohsepark. Covering 4.4 hectares, its generous sweeps of grass and trees stretch from Ericusgraben in the north to Baakenhafen in the south, making it a new, lively meeting place for everyone living in Hamburg or visiting the city. Lohsepark is a place of remembrance, too. The Lohsepark area was once the site of Hanover Railroad Station from where at least 7,692 Jews, Sinti and Roma were deported between 1940 and 1945.
11.03.2016 - Mipim 2016: HafenCity Hamburg displays full spectrum of forward-looking urban development
HafenCity Hamburg GmbH will be presenting the full spectrum of successful, urban, sustainable and innovative city development at the MIPIM international real estate fair in Cannes. From March 15–18, 2016, Europe’s biggest inner-city urban development project will be a main partner in the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg’s pavilion on Stand R8.B20 in the Festival Palais
12.02.2016 - HafenCity in 2016: major building projects, green spaces and long-term strategic challenges
HafenCity will continue to develop with great momentum 2016 and 2017: from the Elbphilharmonie, whose opening is approaching, Strandkai and various projects in the center, to the eastern extremity of Baakenhafen, HafenCity will be characterized by building work.