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Hamburg Urban Design Project Ensuring Future Prosperity

Jacob Robertson Daniel Haigh Tom Barlow


Hamburg Urban Design Project Report MArch 7006 Dec 2015

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Master Contents

Introduction

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Section 01

Research & Brief

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Section 02

Site Analysis

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Section 03

Concept

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Section 04

Design Development

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Section 05

Proposed Design

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Section 06

Sustainability Strategy

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Section 07

Cost Plan

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Introduction

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Germany is the economic and industrial powerhouse of Europe and Hamburg is one of Germany’s leading cities along with Berlin and Muncih. Hamburg Harbour is the central hub for trade with Eastern and Northern Europe and as a container harbour, the city takes second place in Europe and seventh place in the world. As well as the port & harbour industry, Hamburg’s other main strengths are in the aviation and automotive industries, as well as having extensive expertise in media and life sciences. In 2013 Hamburg ranked fourth in the list of regional GDP per capita, with Inner City London ranking first.


Section 01 Research & Brief

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Introduction - Initial Research & Findings

Section 01

Research & Brief

Section 02

Site Analysis

Section 03

Concept

Section 04

Design Development

Section 05

Proposed Design

Section 06

Sustainability Strategy

Section 07

Cost Plan

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Interview with Guido Sempell Issue & Solution, Flow Diagram Manifesto Our Approach

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Hamburg 2015

Hamburg 2060

It is projected that the decline in numbers of the working age population of Hamburg will accelerate from 2020 and it is forecast that there will be 30% less workers in Hamburg in 2060 than in 2010. — For every 10 workers now, there will only be 7 by 2060 and Hamburg may risk a collapse of its industries and may struggle to keep pace with other major cities within Germany. Additional implications are that there will be increased pressure on fewer workers to keep pace with current production and quality levels. — To minimise the adverse economic effects of a diminishing workforce and an ever increasing skills shortage, Hamburg will need to attract and produce more skilled workers, but most importantly, will need to increase the skills levels of its current workforce, through innovation, creativity and invention, thereby increasing production efficiency that in turn, will offset some or most of the adverse effects of reduced workforce numbers and current skills shortages.


Hamburg in 1,000 1,222

1,252 1,187 1,114 1,028

906

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

Working-age Population (15-65) in Hamburg 2010 - 2060

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2060


Summary of an interview with Guido Sempell, from the Authority for Urban Development and Environment, Hamburg

Hamburg’s economy is growing and there is already a lack of skilled workers in Hamburg. — Increasing the levels of skills as well as attracting more workers with appropriate skills is a big challenge for Hamburg. — The number of people with the skills that employers seek is reducing. For example, since 1950, the level and variety of skills required to work in Hamburg’s harbour have increased. — There is a need for better education and to have enough people who want to work and live in Hamburg. — Southern Germany, has the better, more prestigious and higher achieving universities than Northern Germany, including Hamburg. — There is a big lack of innovation and research in Hamburg, exemplified by the many “technology” parks that exist in most cities in Germany where new businesses and enterprise start-ups are encouraged and supported, but not in Hamburg.


Less people in workplace

Problem

2015 -2060

So What?

Less people to maintain productivity levels & economic output

Fewer workers to support non workers

Resulting in a downturn in the economy

What can be done about the problem?

Make up for the deficit in workforce numbers and skills shortages by improving current and prospective workers’ skill levels & therefore their efficiency

Immigration?

Increase birth rate?

Not controllable

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How?

Our Proposal


Manifesto Our aim is to create an area in Hamburg that through excellence in training, innovation, research and development, will increase the number of skilled workers, and enhance the skill levels of the current/future working population. — Main Objectives: To provide the best facilities in Germany for the highest levels of research, innovation and training in the automotive, port & harbour and aeronautical industries. — To inspire people of all skill levels to become involved by becoming trainers, researchers, workers, innovators or students. — To provide high quality residential, leisure and retail facilities that will enrich the living and working experience of visitors, trainees, researchers and other participants.

To encourage people to study, work and live in Hamburg.


Our Approach

The concept of our proposals for the masterplan needs careful explanation, consideration and understanding. While it is true that technology parks exist all over Europe and universities have campus’s devoted to innovation and technology, by definition, they may be described as somewhat selective and narrow in a number of ways. First, entrants are required to possess a minimum levels of educational attainment. Secondly, universities’ customers (students) are generally from the younger end of the age range (18-25). Thirdly, their aims and objectives are wide ranging in terms of subjects and they might not be sufficiently focussed upon the current and future industrial and economic needs of Hamburg and Germany. Our proposal will have an open entry/application policy that excludes no one of working age in the population, although it is acknowledged that participation opportunities will be limited. We want to encourage the cross fertilisation of ideas between each of the three industries which will occupy our site (automotive, aeronautic, port& harbour) as well as encouraging interaction and the exchange of ideas between different disciplines in each industry.

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- Research & Innovation - Practice & Production - Training & Education


Section 02 Site Analysis

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Introduction Section 01

Research & Brief

Section 02

Site Analysis

Section 03

Concept

Section 04

Design Development

Section 05

Proposed Design

Section 06

Sustainability Strategy

Section 07

Cost Plan

- Wider Context - Site Context & Photos - Disused Land & Green Space - Current Building Uses

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We identified the area of Bille as the site for our masterplan proposal. It is within close proximity to the centre of Hamburg, as well as the new Hafencity

Hamburg City Centre

Selected SiteBille

development. It is well connected by roads, railways and canals and could be considered the next step in the growth of the City of Hamburg. Hafencity Development


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Vacant Sites Sites Occupied by Vehicles Green Space Major Roads Minor Roads

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Section 03 Concept Development

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Introduction Section 01

Research & Brief

Section 02

Site Analysis

Section 03

Concept

Section 04

Design Development

Section 05

Proposed Design

Section 06

Sustainability Strategy

Section 07

Cost Plan

- Initial Concept Sketches

- Thought Process Diagrams - Precedent Images

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Site Area

The site is well connected to the city and easily accessible by train, car or boat. There are two S-Bahn stations within close proximity, Berliner Tor, a main connecting station, to the north and Rothenburgsort to the south. The many canals in this area, a feature of this urban space are not, as yet, anything like as attractive as they should be. Other interesting site features the cobbled roads, large trees, some historic brick buildings and opportunities to create visual links throughout. 30


Access & Routes

By considering the current routes and links around the site we identified a main route into the site which cuts through to the water ’s edge. Along this spine will be points of interest, to break up the linearity. A route perpendicular to the main spine provides a clear link from the south into the north, enabling the area to become a stepping stone into the city. The crossing point between these two main axis creates a centre point to the site.


“Branches of Industry�

The centre point becomes the central hub of all activity that occurs on the site, the place where all three industries come together, a place for collaboration, exhibition and cross fertilisation of ideas. By using existing roads as a guide, each industry branches off to different parts of the site. Existing buildings with architectural merit, as well as those with potential to be re appropriated to suit new or similar uses are kept to be integrated within the proposal.

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Clusters & Integration

Proposed buildings link to exiting buildings, creating spaces of different character and scale in between. Each cluster of buildings ensures that people of all skill levels are able to work and learn around each other. The public are able to take a meandering journey along each line of industry, where towers mark the end points. An inner loop for walking and cycling offers a more direct route linking all parts of the site together and the inclusion of parks, public realm, retail and residential helps avoid an ‘all work no play’ atmosphere.


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Section 04 Section 04 Design Development Detailed Development

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Introduction Section 01

Research & Brief

Section 02

Site Analysis

Section 03

Concept

Section 04

Design Development

Section 05

Proposed Design

Section 06

Sustainability Strategy

Section 07

Cost Plan

- Area of Focus - Designing Public Spaces - Demolition Plan - Initial Sketches - Draft Masterplan Proposal

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Area of Focus At this point in the design we have established a general concept and strategy for a large area in Hamburg. In order to delve more into the mechanics of how one of our proposed “branches of industry� works, we will continue the design process by concentrating on the automotive branch of the site. By investigating this specific area/branch, we are able to address the main entrance and axis cutting into the site, a prominent section of the water ’s edge and the proposed central hub.

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When considering the more detailed design of the automotive branch of the masterplan, we began with the idea of creating a series of spaces, each with its own scale and character and thinking of ways that they could be linked together. The branch acts as a primary route through the site and so gravitational nodes along the way keep the journey fresh and interesting for visitors and users.

In order to achieve our aim of creating a place that will inspire people to become involved, it is important that these spaces are public and have a real sense of accessibility to encourage pedestrian movement around the site. 40


The three main types of spaces would be: Completely hard landscapes, for more flexible and interactive uses. — A mixture between hard and soft landscape, for more relaxed meeting and interaction. — Completely soft landscapes, to enable visitors and users to experience more tranquil place.


Demolition Plan We propose to keep a selection of existing buildings, including industrial buildings to incorporate into our masterplan. These buildings will be re appropriated to suit new or similar uses and will be integrated within our proposal where research, innovation, education and industry coexist. New buildings are interwoven into existing fabric; plugging into existing buildings. Each of the buildings to be kept vary in scale and are able to accommodate many different uses. The size and orientation of these buildings are useful points of reference when entering the next design phase.

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Total Floor Area of Each Building to be Kept 315 m2 324 m2

5640 m2

920 m2 3938 m2 794 m2 3348 m2

3348 m2

1062 m2 748 m2 5016 m2

6660 m2

18744 m2

801 m2 3945 m2

7686 m2

3246 m2 1479 m2 2020 m2 6245 m2

36856 m2


Detailed Design Concept Sketches The following development sketches show the continued thought process of addressing the main public access route cutting into the site and the chain of spaces which will become the primary route for the automotive branch. In these drawings thought is being given to the possible uses for buildings, as well as constantly thinking about how a design move might affect the user ’s experience when passing through the spaces. By referring to existing buildings on the site, we are able to suggest a mixture of building plot sizes to allow for buildings to be flexible and responsive to their function, and possible changes in function.

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Following the production of a series of development sketches, we produced a more detailed design for our masterplan. This masterplan adheres to our ethos of cross fertilisation and exchange of ideas though a chain of linked spaces surrounded by buildings housing places of research innovation and training. From this point the next step takes the design further in order to establish a process and programme of specific uses within different buildings and sections of the site. 50


Section 05 Proposed Design

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Introduction Section 01

Research & Brief

Section 02

Site Analysis

Section 03

Concept

Section 04

Design Development - Final Masterplan

Section 05

Proposed Design

Section 06

Sustainability Strategy

Section 07

Cost Plan

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Figure Ground Map Programme Internal Site Visuals Section External Site Visuals

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Private Spaces Public Spaces Primary Routes Secondary Routes

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tuning & production

Recycling and Dismantling Centre Energy Plant

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Practice and Production Spaces

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Tuning and Production

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68


70


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Section 06 Sustainability Strategy

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Introduction Section 01

Research & Brief

Section 02

Site Analysis

Section 03

Concept

Section 04

Design Development

Section 05

Proposed Design

Section 06

Sustainability Strategy

Section 07

Cost Plan

- Map - Sustainability Diagram

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Refer to Sustainability Strategy Attachment


Section 07 Cost Plan

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Introduction Section 01

Research & Brief

Section 02

Site Analysis

Section 03

Concept

Section 04

Design Development

Section 05

Proposed Design

Section 06

Sustainability Strategy

Section 07

Cost Plan

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Demolition Refurbishment West Site North Site Central Site The Hub South Site East Site Landscaping Total Cost

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Demolition

1

2 3

4

5

6

7

Due to the nature of the industries in Rothernburgsort, the density of the area is very sparse. The area is lacking an efficient land use strategy and therefore demolition is

8

necessary to create a well

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organised, productive and

12

efficient area that has a high

13 14

density on a human scale.

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Total (m2) Total Cost 60236 â‚Ź 2,304,069.92

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(Note: For Breakdown of Cost per Building please refer to the appendix)

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43

41 42

40

39

33 31 30 38 34 32 37 35 36

29

9

15 18 21 24

10

16 19 22 25

26

27

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Refurbishment

5

4

13

14

3

2

1

A selection of existing buildings, including industrial buildings have been kept, to fit into our design where education and industry coexist. These buildings will remain untouched or will be refurbished to suit their use, and will be incorporate into our Urban Design to keep the area interwoven with its existing purpose. Building

Building Type

Total m2

Cost

1

Remains as Existing

748

€-

2

Remains as Existing

6245

€-

3

Remains as Existing

3348

€-

4

Remains as Existing

315

€-

5

Remains as Existing

794

€-

6

Remains as Existing

7686

€-

7

Museum Refurbishment

920

€ 1,348,829.31

8

Remains as Existing

3246

€-

9

Museum Refurbishment

3938

€ 5,773,575.90

10

Remains as Existing

2474

€-

11

Remains as Existing

6660

€-

12

Office Refurbishment

1479

€ 3,356,940.79

13

Remains as Existing

36856

€-

14

Remains as Existing

297

€-

15

Remains as Existing

801

€-

16

Museum Refurbishment

324

€ 475,022.50

17

Office Refurbishment

1062

€ 2,410,460.53

18

University Refurbishment

5640

€ 3,393,112.24

19

Remains as Existing

3945

€-

20

Remains as Existing

5016

€-

Total

82

€ 16,757,941.27

7 10

9

8 11

12

15 16 17

18 19

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West Site The west side of the site creates the gateway to the area from the city centre and from the major transport links to the south. We aim to create buildings containing offices, retail and units for the Canal transportation system that we have introduced. Building

Building Type

Total m2

Cost

1

Retail and Offices

1317

€ 3,292,500.00

2

Retail and Offices

1000

€ 2,500,000.00

3

Retail and Offices

1000

€ 2,500,000.00

4

Offices

1000

€ 1,430,317.85

5

Offices

1000

€ 1,430,317.85

Total

€ 11,153,135.70

1 2 3 4 5


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North Site The North of the site benefits from a main road that wraps around the top of the site, allowing HGVs to deliver and export goods from the site. The area accommodates the majority of the High End Manufacturing. Building

Building Type

Total m2

Cost

1

High End Manufacturing

13850

€ 23,420,668.06

2

General Education Facilities

1140

€ 2,259,598.33

3

University

4320

€ 8,829,321.02

4

Workshop for People with Disabilities

1077

€ 1,292,400.00

5

Laboratory

3878

€ 12,460,929.76

6

High End Manufacturing

8568

€ 14,488,684.76

7

High Quality Office/ Industrial Business

9486

€ 17,315,342.87

Total

84

€ 80,066,944.80

2 3

4 5

6

7


Central Site Along the main axis into the site, we want to combine an area where people become interested in manufacturing, research & development with a place where people enjoy eating, drinking and study. Building

Building Type

Total m2

Cost

1

Offices

3668

€ 5,246,405.87

2

High End Manufacturing

7056

€ 11,931,858.04

3

High End Manufacturing

3180

€ 5,377,453.03

4

High End Manufacturing

6462

€ 10,927,390.40

5

General Education Facilities

1276

€ 2,529,164.45

6

High Quality Office/ Industrial Business

1340

€ 2,445,979.28

7

General Education Facilities

861

€ 1,706,591.37

8

High End Manufacturing

1234

€ 2,086,722.34

9

Offices

648

€ 926,845.97

Total

1 2 3 4

€ 43,178,410.73

5

6

7 8

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The Hub

1 2

3 4

The Hub is central to our whole concept, this is where the highest concentration of collaboration and celebration of industries occur. It is the starting point of the three routes of industry and therefore the signature building of the entire project. Building Building Type Total m2

Cost

1

Mixed Use

10810

€ 22,124,400.59

2

Mixed Use

10810

€ 22,124,400.59

3

Mixed Use

10810

€ 22,124,400.59

4

Mixed Use

10810

€ 22,124,400.59

5

Mixed Use

10810

€ 22,124,400.59

6

Mixed Use

10810

€ 22,124,400.59

7

Mixed Use

10810

€ 22,124,400.59

8

Mixed Use

10810

€ 22,124,400.59

Total

€ 176,995,204.76

Note: The Building Type ‘Mixed Use’ is a combination of Offices, Retail, Laboratory, General Education Facilities, High End Manufacturing and Exhibition Space 5

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6

7

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South Site The south of the site is lacking the larger infrastructure needed for HGVs therefore we decided to place the smaller industries to the south with a higher concentration of education, research and development facilities that will benefit from quieter locations. Building

Building Type

Total m2

Cost

1

High Quality Office/ Industrial Business

7828

€ 14,288,899.85

2

High End Manufacturing

2748

€ 4,646,931.11

3

Retail and Offices

580

€ 1,450,000.00

4

Retail and Offices

963

€ 2,407,500.00

5

University

7816

€ 15,974,530.80

6

Offices

1036

€ 1,481,809.29

7

High End Manufacturing

2310

€ 3,906,263.05

8

Laboratory

3785

€ 12,162,098.80

9

Laboratory

3642

€ 11,702,606.03

10

Offices

2072

€ 2,963,618.58

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Offices

1920

€ 2,746,210.27

Total

1 2 3

€ 73,730,467.79

4 5 6

7

8

9 10

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East Site Situated in the desirable location, the east site is an appropriate location for a housing development. We aim for the site to be in use 24/7 and for people to be able to live, work and enjoy the area. Although the bottom floor will generally be retail space, the upper floors will be apartments and accommodation for visitors to the area. Building Building Type Total m2

Cost

1

Housing Development

14220

€ 16,941,704.59

2

Housing Development

9130

€ 10,877,479.81

Total

€ 27,819,184.40

1

88

2


Landscaping High quality Landscaping of the site is paramount to entice people to come and enjoy the spaces but also to spend time amongst industrial buildings and Laboratories. We have planned to have areas of expansive parks, feature landscaping and some areas will be enclosed areas for the occupants to

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experience on their downtime. Building

Building Type

Total m2

Cost

1

Feature Landscaping

4755

€ 332,010.43

2

Expansive Park

4037

€ 174,325.00

3

Feature Landscaping

3127

€ 218,337.88

4

Expansive Park

2099

€ 90,638.64

5

Expansive Park

1499

€ 64,729.55

6

Expansive Park

31219

€ 1,348,093.18

7

Expansive Park

6938

€ 299,595.45

8

Feature Landscaping

4388

€ 306,385.23

Total

2

3 4 5

€ 2,834,115.37

6

7

8


Total Costs

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Demolition

€ 2,304,069.92

Refurbishment

€ 16,757,941.27

West Site

€ 11,153,135.70

North Site

€ 80,066,944.80

Central Site

€ 43,178,410.73

The Hub

€ 176,995,204.76

South Site

€ 73,730,467.79

East Site

€ 27,819,184.40

Landscaping

€ 2,834,115.37

Total

€ 434,839,474.74


Appendix Demolition Costs Building Building Type Total m2

Cost

1

Warehousing

316

€ 8,841.68

31

Warehousing

294

€ 8,226.12

2

Warehousing

3487

€ 97,566.26

32

Office Space

810

€ 36,749.70

3

Warehousing

62

€ 1,734.76

33

Warehousing

410

€ 11,471.80

4

Office Space

5395

€ 244,771.15

34

Warehousing

88

€ 2,462.24

5

Office Space

1476

€ 66,966.12

35

Office Space

1260

€ 57,166.20

6

Office Space

9630

€ 436,913.10

36

Warehousing

502

€ 14,045.96

7

Office Space

3184

€ 144,458.08

37

Warehousing

497

€ 13,906.06

8

Office Space

386

€ 17,512.82

38

Office Space

902

€ 40,923.74

9

Office Space

542

€ 24,590.54

39

Office Space

372

€ 16,877.64

10

Office Space

1779

€ 80,713.23

40

Warehousing

1395

€ 39,032.10

11

Warehousing

404

€ 11,303.92

41

Warehousing

613

€ 17,151.74

12

Warehousing

8721

€ 244,013.58

42

Office Space

1044

€ 47,366.28

13

Office Space

576

€ 26,133.12

43

Office Space

204

€ 9,255.48

14

Office Space

157

€ 7,123.09

15

Warehousing

676

€ 18,914.48

16

Warehousing

487

€ 13,626.26

17

Warehousing

1694

€ 47,398.12

18

Office Space

663

€ 30,080.31

19

Warehousing

670

€ 18,746.60

20

Warehousing

386

€ 10,800.28

21

Warehousing

293

€ 8,198.14

22

Office Space

2472

€ 112,154.64

23

Office Space

1128

€ 51,177.36

24

Office Space

852

€ 38,655.24

25

Office Space

988

€ 44,825.56

26

Warehousing

298

€ 8,338.04

27

Office Space

278

€ 12,612.86

28

Warehousing

426

€ 11,919.48

29

Office Space

1478

€ 67,056.86

30

Warehousing

2941

€ 82,289.18

Total Cost

€ 2,304,069.92


Demolition

Cost Per m2

Office Space

€ 45.37

Warehousing

€ 27.98

Housing Development

€ 1,191.40

Gerstäckerstraße

Cost References

Development Size (m2)

Development Cost (€)

Link to reference

€ 1,348.84

6450

8700000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/43717_Gerstaeckerstrasse

HofQuartier

€ 806.45

7192

5800000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/33340_HofQuartier

Grundbau und Siedler

€ 712.50

1600

1140000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/42697_Grundbau_und_Siedler

Woodcube Hamburg

€ 1,897.81

1370

2600000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/41625_Woodcube_Hamburg

Office Refurbisment

€ 2,269.74

JohannisContor

€ 2,269.74

3040

6900000

http://www.german-architects.com/de/kbnk/projekte-3/johanniscontor-16098

Offices

€ 1,430.32

Wohn- und Geschäftshaus

€ 1,430.32

4090

5850000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/24894_Wohn_und_Geschaeftshaus

Retail and Offices

€ 2,500.00

Große Bleichen

€ 2,500.00

1400

3500000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/review-detail/27522_Mit%20neuem%20Anspruch%20 gefüllt

Laboratory

€ 3,213.24

Zentrum für Optische Quantentechnologien

€ 2,756.30

2975

8200000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/33544_Zentrum_fuer_Optische_Quantentechnologien_ZOQ

Bernhard-Nocht-institute

€ 3,670.17

6185

22700000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/18804_Bernhard_Nocht_Institut

General Education Facilities

€ 1,982.10

Forum Johanneum Erweiterung der Gelehrtenschule des Johanneums

€ 2,214.45

2574

5700000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/27419_Forum_Johanneum_Erweiterung_der_Gelehrtenschule_des_Johanneums

Sprach- und Bewegungszentrum

€ 1,749.76

2044

3576500

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/43081_Sprach_und_Bewegungszentrum

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University

€ 2,043.82

HafenCity Universität Hamburg

€ 2,043.82

University Refurbisment

€ 601.62

Hauptgebäude der Universität Hamburg

€ 601.62

Museum Refurbisment

€ 1,466.12

30531

62400000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/47041_HafenCity_Universitaet_Hamburg

11760

7075000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/45756_Hauptgebaeude_der_Universitaet_Hamburg

Prototyp Museum Hamburg

€ 1,466.12

6632

9723300

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/45752_Prototyp_Museum_Hamburg

Kultureinrichtung Zinnschmelze - Umbau und Erweiterung

€ 2,971.77

673

2000000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/44584_Kultureinrichtung_Zinnschmelze_Umbau_und_Erweiterung

High End Manufacturing

€ 1,691.02

Laser Zentrum Nord

€ 1,691.02

4790

8100000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/35295_Laser_Zentrum_Nord

High Quality Office/Industrial Business

€ 1,825.36

Neubau Tischlerei

€ 1,825.36

2027

3700000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/49208_Neubau_Tischlerei

Remains as Existing

€-

Workshop for People with Disabilities

€ 1,200.00

Workshop for people with disabilities

€ 1,200.00

3000

3600000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/1185_Workshop_for_people_with_disabilities

Mixed Use

€ 2,046.66

Landscaping Expansive Park

€ 43.18

6600

285000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/17976_Open_spaces_Log_In

Feature Landscaping

€ 69.82

6230

435000

http://www.german-architects.com/en/projects/23442_Eingangsbereich_der_Freien_Universitaet_Berlin

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