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A CREATIVE GATEWAY INTO WEIMAR NORD Group 1 - Weimar Nord Real Estate Project Development Tania Kรถnig Jennifer Nitschke Sonia Cubides Onur Camurlu Kyu Suk Byun Christian Wagner Professorship for Construction Management and Construction Economics - Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Nentwig Supervisor: Dipl.-Ing. Arch. Kristina Hoffmann Bauhaus University - Weimar

architectural management Professor Dr.-Ing. Bernd Nentwig

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CONTENTS

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1.0 Background Analysis

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2.0 Location Factors

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3.0 Market Factors

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4.0 Potential Target Groups

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5.0 Concept and Strategy

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6.0 Urban & Architecture Design

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7.0 Preliminary Cost Calculation

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INTRODUCTION

BREAKDOWN OF ANALYSIS

For the completion of the degree studies in Advanced Urbanism and European Studies, the Project Development course is meant to introduce key terminology in the area of Real Estate Development. Our group comprises of 6 students, two of which are in the Advanced Urbanism degree, three of which study in European Studies and one PhD candidate in Urban Heritage.

BACKGROUND ANALYSIS: In this section, we will provide key research that defines the goals of the IBA, as well as a series of case-studies in a timeline format. We will summarize our case for bringing the IBA to Weimar Nord.

The site given to us, directly northwest of the Central Train Station of Weimar Nord, is a region with vast real estate opportunities. This report will demonstrate some of the key strategies for future development. Furthermore, our group was tasked with researching the Internationale Bauaustellung - a key player in the development of resilient regions in Germany. The reason for this analysis is that Thuringia will host the IBA 2019. Our hopes is that our regional analysis will aid future developers and investors in including Weimar Nord as a region of opportunity.

LOCATION FACTORS: In this section, we will provide a thorough analysis and prognosis of key location factors in district, demographic and macro scales. More specifically, we will demonstrate methods of accessing our site, and different realms and typologies that currently exist in our region. MARKET FACTORS: In this section, we will analyze the existing trends of the creative class, as well as understanding the potentials within the weimar region. Finally, research will be conducted to address the cultural/tourism industry in Weimar. POTENTIAL TARGET GROUPS: In this section, we wil l explain how the Internationale Bauaustellung and Film Industries are our primary target groups, as well as providing research on small businesses, such as a Welcome Center, and a Cafe.

CONCEPT AND STRATEGY: In this section, we have selected a site for further investigation based on a prognosis of location factors, as well as developed guidelines for a preliminary design. Finally, we will exhibit a few examples of building precedents that closely resemble our design intentions. URBAN AND ARCHITECTURE DESIGN: In this section, more in-depth analysis will be conducted that showcases why our proposed design would be successful on our site. We will provide a rough masterplan of our proposed solution for our site over the span of 20 years.

PRELIMINARY COST ASSESSMENT: In this section, we will provide the Preliminary Cost Assessment, a tool used to assess the financial feasability of our proposed design. Usually, the acceptable deviation from the actual cost using the preliminary cost assessment is 18%.

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1.0 BACKGROUND ANALYSIS

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1.0 INTERNATIONALE BAUAUSTELLUNG 1.1 Guiding Questions 1.2 Definition of the IBA 1.3 Key Resources for IBA 2019 1.4 Methodology 1.5 Timeline of the IBA 1.5.1 Berlin 1.5.2 North Rhine-Westphalia 1.5.3 Brandenburg 1.5.4 Saxony Anhalt 1.5.5 Hamburg 1.5.6 Thuringia 2019

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local local inhabitants. inhabitants.

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1.0 Internationale Bauaustellung (IBA) 1.1 Guiding Questions What is the International Bauaustellung? What is the Role of the IBA? Why is the IBA important for Weimar? How can the history of the IBA help us? What is the structure of the IBA?

1.2 Definition of the IBA The IBA is a Germany-based, nontraditonal, and large-scale building exhibition that focuses on spatial innovation, regional restructuring, fosters to develop new cultural landscapes, and appeals to an international audience. Each IBA has its own focus, initiatives and goals to the particular site chosen. The IBA cooperates with different governmental structures, such as the “Ministry of Urban Development and Environment,” which leads the IBA projects in Hamburg. The International Building Exhibition (IBA) plays an integral part of Urban development in Germany by providing an important momentum for architectural and technical innovation and the development of an urban region.

1.3 Key resources for IBA 2019 Prof. Max Guerra, Prof. Harald Kegler at the Institute for European Studies at Bauhaus University-Weimar.

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1.4 Methodology The IBA combines creative and technical innovation, creates relationships between science and art, and draws attention to design and planning. Its core aim includes the hope to generate regional economic growth and provide jobs to local inhabitants. At the same time, the IBA is at the heart of a network which uses a planned objective to connect stakeholders (planners, inhabitants, government officials, educators, private and public industries, etc..) within the affected sites as well as with national and international experts.

Problem

Tool

Synthesis

city / region

IBA

Redevelopment

Process

The “Memorandum on the Future International Construction Exhibition” was passed recently by collaborating authors of past and present IBA exhibitions. It will be used as a significant foundation for evaluating future IBA’s.

Strategies Methodology

Actors Funding

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1.5 Timeline of IBA In order to further understand the opportunities of the IBA in Thuringia for 2019, we have provided a series of examples of other IBA‘s throughout Germany. We will conclude with the opportunities of IBA in Thuringen in 2019.

1.5.1 Berlin The International Building exibition 1984 (IBA) was an architecture exhibition that showcased urban planning concepts to redevelop the rundown neighborhood of Kreuzberg in West Berlin into a residential area. The strategies employed included refurbishing existing buildings and adding new infrastructure in Berlin’s 19th century grid. The project was vast, and provided new and renovated housing, self-built projects, schools, kindergartens, landscaping, street-scaping and parks. Theme: Urban Renewal and New Forms of Planning http://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Datei:Berlin-Tegel-IBA-2-2007.jpg&filetimestamp=20090512091105

IBA Berlin (1910-1987)

IBA Emscherpark (1989-1999)

Berlin

North Rhine -Westphalia

8> Urban

renewel and

IBA See (2000-2010)

Brandenburg

IBA Stadtumbau (2002-2010)

Saxony -Anhalt

IBA Hamburg (2007-2013)

Hamburg

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1.5.2 North Rhine-Westphalia The International Building Exhibition Emscherpark (IBA Emscherpark) was a ten-year project to envision the future and redevelop the North Rhine-Westphalia region; an old, heavily industrial and unwelcoming zone. The task at hand of the International Building Exhibition was to envision ideas and projects for urban, social, cultural and ecological innovation, with hopes to obtain economic results to revitalize the area. Theme: Urban Conversion of an Old Industrial Site

http://deu.archinform.net/projekte/6228.htm

IBA Berlin (1910-1987)

IBA Emscherpark (1989-1999)

Berlin

North Rhine -Westphalia

IBA See (2000-2010)

Brandenburg

IBA Stadtumbau (2002-2010)

Saxony -Anhalt

IBA Hamburg (2007-2013)

Hamburg

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1.5.3 Brandenburg This former coal mine site was redeveloped within seven primary themes: industrial heritage, waterscapes, energy landscapes, new territory, border landscapes, urban landscapes, transitional landscapes. Theme: Transformation of Landscape and Structures

http://www.iba-see2010.de/en/projekte/projekt3.html

IBA Berlin (1910-1987)

IBA Emscherpark (1989-1999)

Berlin

North Rhine -Westphalia

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IBA See (2000-2010)

Brandenburg

IBA Stadtumbau (2002-2010)

Saxony -Anhalt

IBA Hamburg (2007-2013)

Hamburg

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1.5.4 Saxony Anhalt The International Building Exhibition in SaxonyAnhalt (2003-2010) includes 19 Saxony-Anhalt cities. Each participating city currently is developing sustainable strategies and urban renewal concepts for each particular city, as well as seeking marketable international solutions for cities with similar problems. The IBA Saxony-Anhalt cooperates with the Bauhaus Foundation in Dessau, urban planners, architects, local politicians and residents in their respective cities. Theme: Shrinking Region

IBA Berlin (1910-1987)

IBA Emscherpark (1989-1999)

Berlin

North Rhine -Westphalia

Weimar

IBA See (2000-2010)

Brandenburg

IBA Stadtumbau (2002-2010)

Saxony -Anhalt

IBA Hamburg (2007-2013)

Hamburg

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1.5.5 Hamburg The focus of the IBA Hamburg integrates the ENERGY ATLAS into its mission. The IBA Hamburg presents the strategic implementations and methodologies for a future where 100% of the energy supplied to the Elbe Islands come from renewable resources. Theme: Cities and Climate Change, Cosmopolis, Metrozones

http://deu.archinform.net/projekte/6228.htm

IBA Berlin (1910-1987)

IBA Emscherpark (1989-1999)

Berlin

North Rhine -Westphalia

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IBA See (2000-2010)

Brandenburg

IBA Stadtumbau (2002-2010)

Saxony -Anhalt

IBA Hamburg (2007-2013)

Hamburg > Cities and climate

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1.5.6 Thuringia 2019 Historically, the IBA has been a catalyst for improving existing infrastructures, buildings, cities and regions. All the regions the IBA has previously selected had specific challenges. Weimar Nord is situated in a prime location, and could potentially host the future growth of the city of Weimar. Bringing the IBA to Weimar Nord could serve as a tool to revitalize the local area of Weimar Nord. Theme: Reconstruction of Infrastructure, Protection of Cultural Heritage, Upgrading/Developing Living Conditions

Map of Weimar Nord, Class Map

IBA Berlin (1910-1987)

IBA Emscherpark (1989-1999)

Berlin

North Rhine -Westphalia

IBA See (2000-2010)

Brandenburg

IBA Stadtumbau (2002-2010)

Saxony -Anhalt

IBA Hamburg (2007-2013)

Hamburg

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2.0 LOCATION FACTORS 2.1 Macro Analysis 2.2 District Level Analysis 2.3 Demographic Analysis 2.4 Access 2.5 Realms 2.6 Typologies

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2.0 Location Factors 2.1 Macro Analysis Situated at the heart of Europe, Thuringia, Germany’s green heartland, is home to a rich cultural history. At the heart of this history lies Weimar, home to Goethe, Schiller, Liszt, and Bach, among others. Weimar was home to Henry Van de Velde and Walter Gropius, as they founded the Bauhaus Movement within the confines of the city. Upon the completion of WWII, Weimar lied behind the Iron Curtain of Soviet dominion, and as a result one can see relics of Soviet rule in the northern industrial region of Weimar Nord. Weimar’s central location makes it a tourism hub and a source of national pride for the German people. Connected by the DeutschBahn rail system, it is only 270 KM from Berlin and Frankfurt, a trip that can be completed within a 2.5 hour train ride. It also holds relics of a grim past, including the nearby Buchenwald Concentration camp 8 kilometers north from the city of Weimar. Geographically, Weimar is situated between Erfurt, Thuringia’s capital, and Jena, a college town famous for optics research. The city center and the Bauhaus School buildings have been named UNESCO World Heritage Sites. In 1999, Weimar was named the European Capital of Culture. In 2010, the Bauhaus school celebrated 150 years. Weimar, and the state of Thuringia, will celebrate Liszt’s 200th birthday in 2011. Source: The Weimar and Weimarer Land Economic Region.

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A Gateway into Weimar Nord IMAGES OF THE CITY OF WEIMAR

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2.2 District Level Analysis The existing site has generally a poor image. The Plattenbau buildings from the GDR are symbolic to identity-less structures, and as a result denote occupants with low acquisitive power. To the north of our site exists a wasteland of space. CONFLICTS ON THE DISTRICT LEVEL SCALE: The northern portion of our site is scattered with few buildings. The lack of amenities on the northern boundary make it difficult for development. Although the allotment gardens are used sporadically during the summer time, it is a private institution with little room for innovative development. The former industrial site adjacent to the railway line is an eyesore, especially due to its proximity to the residential sector. Finally, the rail track forms a clear boundary to the connection of the inner city. The existing tunnel and the uphill slope detracts pedestrian traffic, and the velocity of traffic further impedes bicycle traffic.

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ASSETS ON THE DISTRICT LEVEL SCALE: One of the strong qualities of our site is that there is already a strong foundation of institutional facilities on our site, such as schools, kindergartens, elderly homes, supermarkets, and a surplus of on-street parking. The quantity of parking spaces denotes this area as a car-oriented region. The existing space between the GDR Platenbau buildings suggest a strong connection of nature to occupants in the site. Furthermore, between 1994 and 1998, a massive redevelopment/modernization of the GDR buildings was conducted. In the EXPO Hannover 2000, this site was home to an architectural intervention, linking the Altstadt to Buchenwald. The majority of the assets of the district are situated in proximity to the old GDR buildings.

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A Gateway into Weimar Nord REGION ASSETS AND CONFLICTS r te et re bu rs tr. nordstraße

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Assets undeveloped space between residential buildings

receation/ sport facilities eg

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lütz

infrastructure facilities like schools and kindergarden

rent rate

1994-1998 modernisation of the GDR building structure

living in a city with natrural view filzweidenweg

parking lots

much of green space between the buildings

concentrated commercial area

living conditions in GDR buildings fragmented sidewalk rießnerstraße

former industial area undeveloped space

allotment Gardens

history

rail track as border to the inner city

direct connection to traffic system

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nn s

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Population Weimar Nordstadt / Weimar number of occupants

Weimar

10-15 15-18

age groups

18-25 25-30 30-45

Schöndorf

45-60 Nordstadt

Tiefurt

Nordvorstadt Parkvorstadt

Ind.-ge. West

Tröbsdorf

Süßenborn

Altstadt

60-65

Westvorstadt Schönblick Südstadt

65-75

Niedergrunstedt Oberweimar/ Ehringsdorf

Taubach

Gelmeroda Possendorf

75-85

Legefeld

85-

Weimar Nord: 5.359 inhabitants 1,83 km², 2.928 inhabitants/ km² Weimar Land: 65.233 inhabitants 84,26 km², 774 inhabitants/ km² Sources: Statistisches Jahrbuch Weimar 2009, Stadt Weimar; page 100 Weimar in Zahlen 2010, Stadt Weimar - Abt. Geoinformationen und Statistik http://stadt.weimar.de/ueber-weimar/statistik/weimar-in-zahlen/ source: Statistisches Jahrbuch Weimar 2010, page 133; Bundesagentur für Arbeit, Lokale Serviceeinheit für Statistik http://www.immobilienscout24.de/Wohnumfeld/Thueringen/Weimar/Nordvorstadt/Statistik/index.html;jsessionid=CB8363281E88671D49DBA856B BC2C154.worker1 COSMOS RVM-Manager Quartal 01/09, Statistisches Bundesamt, Statistische Landesämter, Acxiom Berechnungen; 1/2009

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Nordstadt Weimar source: Statistisches Jahrbuch Weimar 2009, Stadt Weimar; page 101

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Industriegebiet Nord

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There is a decreasing trend in population in the Nordstadt, whereas an increasing trend in the Weimar Region. The average age is 44 years old. When looking at the age distribution, we see that there is a relatively low population of 0-18 year olds, and again a decrease in 25-30 year olds. There is a general decreasing trend in unemployment within the greater Weimarer Land.

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Population Weimar/ area: 84,26 sq km

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66000

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Weimar age groups 2009 year

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Population Weimar/ area: 84,26 sq km

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2.4 Access Weimar Nord feels gloomy, abandoned and the buildings are in disrepair. The gateway functions as the transition that separates the historical UNESCO World Heritage Old City Center from Weimar Nord. The existing bridge feels dangerous, as the steel sections are rusty and the concrete is weathered. Weimar Nord has an inclining topography, making pedestrian travel difficult. Bus line 1 loops around the entire site, while bus line 5 makes a smaller loop around the GDR developments. Parking lots lie parellel or perpendicular to the prefabricated GDR flats and apartments. The new roads make it easier for the commuters to reach supermarkets and other amenities from other areas.

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A Gateway into Weimar Nord PRIMARY STREETS er ur rb te et . str nordstraße

Primary Access primary road . er str

ndorf

secondary road

Secondary Access

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lütze

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orfe

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lütz

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rsbu

ette rger str.

traße

bonhoeffers

bonhoefferstraße

marcel-paul straße

filzweidenweg

bonhoefferstra

marcel-paul straße rießnerstraße

ann

lm t-thä

erns str.

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A Gateway into Weimar Nord PARKING AREAS

Personal Vehicle Parking

Personal Vehicle Parking

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A Gateway into Weimar Nord PRIMARY, SECONDARY AND TERTIARY STREETS s er ur rb te et tr. nordstraße

bus line 1 Bus Line 1 - Weimar Nord - Taubach weimar nord ehringsdorf - taubach

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er str

ndorf

lütz

lütze

bus line 5 weimar nord - klinikum

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eg

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orfe

end

lütz

ße

rger

rsbu

ette str.

traße

bonhoeffers

bonhoefferstraße

marcel-paul straße

filzweidenweg

bonhoefferstra

marcel-paul straße rießnerstraße

ann thälm

terns str.

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2.5 Realm There are numerous gaps between buildings, and these gaps are used for public greenery and privacy between buildings during the summer. The wooden barn and the abandoned Villa in the South-East corner of our site showcases the disrepair of the existing commercial building stock. The Villa has not been used for decades, whereas the large barn has been used as an art gallery and a Papieraufkauf. Playgrounds are spread at the edges, whereas parks are integral to the fabric of the neighborhood. Private Gardens are included. Weekend farms are situated on the southwest portion of our site. Open green areas were sometimes covered with garbage and glass; however an advantage included the sheer number of green spaces and corridors between buildings. There are also numerous play spaces for children on the site. 30% of the whole site is not developed, and only a quarter of it is used as recreation which consists of park and open space. Residential areas are surrounded by recreational and green spaces, whereas not much land is allocated for commercial, industrial and memorial uses.

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A Gateway into Weimar Nord GREEN SPACES

Private park |Garden open space playground

Playground Private Gardens Public Park Athletic Facility

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A Gateway into Weimar Nord UNDEVELOPED SPACE r te et r bu er . str nordstraße

Undeveloped undeveloped space with Recreation without use

undeveloped space used for recreation

orf

end

lütz

Undeveloped without use

eg

rw

orfe

end

lütz

filzweidenweg

rießnerstraße

tr.

nn s

lma

t-thä erns

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A Gateway into Weimar Nord LAND USE s er ur rb te et tr. nordstraße

Residential residential recreation

e lütz

Recreation

ndo rf

industrial

commercial

Industrial memorial

recreation Commercial

eg

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orfe

end

lütz

Memorial Not in Use

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rießnerstraße

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tr nn s

lma

t-thä

erns

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2.6 Typologies The rundown house of Ettersburgerstr. used to be a place for students’ gathering and art gallery in 1990s. There is also a strong visual connection to Weimar’s old city center and Buchenwald. Facilities such as the school, health clinic, hotel/restaurants, services, and shops tend to lean on the south east border, while the recreation facilities are situated in the northwest. Marcel-Paul Str. is planned, car-dominated, commercial corridor that supplies conveniences for the residents in the entire site. Few pedestrians were visible upon our visit to the site. Some of the commercial amenities found on this street included a hairdresser, a stone shop, numerous supermarkets and dollar stores, an insurance company and a carpenter’s workshop. The dominant building typology in our site is a prefabricated residential building that is 5-8 storeys. This cluster of the medium-density flats can be considered the dominant building typology of our site. Furthermore, adjacent to our site are a series of converted military bunker units converted to residences as well as a new, award-winning residential unit.

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Old Brick Structure old brick structure detached housing

rf ndo

e lütz

Detatched Housing apartment building 4 floors/ old

apartment building (3 floors/ 2002)

Apartment - 4 fl, old pre-fabricated residential building 5 to 8 floors

education building Apartment pre-fabricated - 2 fl, 2002

eg

rw

orfe

end

lütz

industrial buildings (different structure)

industrial hall Prefabricated 5-8 fl (for commercial)

former cattle industry hall

Education Building (prefab) former loading station (connected with rail track) cottages

(1 floor) Industrial Buildings

Industrial/Commercial Hall

filzweidenweg

rießnerstraße

Viehauktionshalle Former rail Loading 1-floor cottages

t-thä

erns nn s

lma tr.

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te tr.

rs

e ur nordstraße

< 4.0 e/sqm < 4,0 € per sqm

orf end

lütz

4,1 - 5,0 € per sqm 4.1 - 5.0 e/sqm 5,1 - 6,5 € per sqm

5.1 - 6.5 6,6 - 8,5e/sqm € per sqm > 8,5 € per sqm

r

orfe

end

lütz

6.6 - 8.5 e/sqm

g we

> 8.5 e/sqm

filzweidenweg

rießnerstraße

ann älm

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2 room apartment, 4th floor, 39m²

3 room apartment, 2nd floor, 52.5m²

Angebotsart

Rent

Rent

Immobilienart

Apartment

Apartment

Street

Bonhoefferstraße

Bonhoefferstraße

Building number

50

30

City

Weimar

Weimar

Area

Nordstadt

Nordstadt

Building type

MFH (Plattenbau) prefabricated building

MFH (Plattenbau) prefabricated building

Room number

2

3

Area

39,0 m²

52,5 m²

Level

4

2

Lift

Yes

no

Furnished

No

no

Kitchen

yes

yes

Built in kitchen

nein

no

Bathroom/ WC

Bathroom (shower)

Bathroom

Balcony/ Terrace

yes

yes

Basement

yes

yes

Built

1985

1978

Rent

257,40 EUR

260,00 EUR

Service fee

58,50 EUR

60,00 EUR

Heating fee Bond

46,80 EUR 771,00 EUR

63,00 EUR 550,00 EUR

Available

now

now

3 room apartment, 4th floor, 39m²

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2 room apartment, 2nd floor, 52.5m²

http://www.weimarer-wohnstaette.de/Scripts/ProductDetail.aspx?CLSOID=10001&MODE=3&PA GE=1&PRODUCTOID=40002&VAL_60000=Ve rmietung&VAL_60011=Wohnung&VAL_60018= Nordstadt

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Shopsshops services

end

lütz

Services

orf

health

Health

hotel | restaurant recreation

Hotel school

eg

rw

orfe

end

lütz

Athletic School

filzweidenweg

rießnerstraße

ann

älm

t-th erns str.

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Detatched Housing old brick structure detached housing

e lütz

Apartment - 3 fl, 2002 apartment building

ndo rf

4 floors/ old

apartment building (3 floors/ 2002)

Prefabricated Apartment - 5-8 fl, 2002 pre-fabricated residential building 5 to 8 floors

education building Apartment pre-fabricated - 4 fl, old

eg

rw

orfe

end

lütz

industrial buildings (different structure) industrial hall (for commercial) former cattle industry hall former loading station (connected with rail track) cottages (1 floor)

filzweidenweg

rießnerstraße

t-thä

erns nn s

lma tr.

Sources: Google maps , bing maps http://maps.google.de/maps?hl=de&tab=wl http://www.bing.com/maps field work

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3.0 MARKET FACTORS - SUPPLY 3.1 Targeting the Creative Class 3.1.1 Universities & Creativity Training 3.1.2 Weimar Land & Creativity 3.2 Culture and Tourism 3.2.1 Cultural/Tourism Industry in Weimar

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3.0 Market Factors 3.1 Targeting the Creative Class Economist Richard Florida coined the term „The Creative Class.“ Florida‘s theory asserts that metropolitan regions with high concentrations of technology workers, artists, musicians, lesbians and gay men, and a group he describes as „high bohemians“, exhibit a higher level of economic development In Cities and the Creative Class, Florida devotes several chapters to discussion of the three main prerequisites of creative cities. For a city to attract the Creative Class, he argues, it must possess „the three ‚T‘s“: Talent (a highly talented/educated/skilled population), Tolerance (a diverse community, which has a ‚live and let live‘ ethos), and Technology (the technological infrastructure necessary to fuel an entrepreneurial culture). He posits that the creative class fosters an open, dynamic, personal and professional urban environment. This environment, in turn, attracts more creative people, as well as businesses and capital. He suggests that attracting and retaining high-quality talent versus a singular focus on projects such as sports stadiums, iconic buildings, and shopping centers, would be a better primary use of a city‘s regeneration of resources for long-term prosperity. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Florida). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creative_class http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/creative_industry Jahreswirtschaftsbereicht Weimar, 2010, pg 30

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3.1.1 Universities & Creativity Training The creative industries refers to a range of economic activities which are concerned with the generation or exploitation of knowledge and information. According to Howkins, the creative economy comprises advertising, architecture, art, crafts, design, fashion, film, music, performing arts, publishing, R&D, software, toys and games, TV and radio, and video games (Howkins 2001, pp. 88–117). The UK Government Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) defines the creative industries as: “those industries which have their origin in individual creativity, skill and talent and which have a potential for wealth and job creation through the generation and exploitation of intellectual property.”

Ranking: 12th Tolerance

WEIMAR 16th Ranking: 11th

Ranking: 20th

Talent

Technology

Bauhaus University-Weimar, is a university for creative studies in Weimar. Bauhaus University is historically focused on architectural studies, art and civil engineering. The programs offered include: Architecture - Architecture, Archineering, European Urban Studies, MediaArchitecture, Urban Studies Civil Engineering - Civil Engineering, Building Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Management (construction real estate infrastructure), Teaching Construction Technology, Building physics and building energy optimization, Water and the Environment Gestatlung (Art and Design) - Free Art, Public Art and New Artistic Strategies, Teaching: Art Education, Product Design, Product-Design/Nachhaltige cultures, Visual Communication, Visual Communications / Visual Cultures

Academy of Music Franz Liszt Weimar - Franz Liszt, who spent a great deal of his life in Weimar, encouraged the founding of a school in 1835 for the education of musicians in orchestral instruments. It was his student Carl Müllerhartung who realized Liszt‘s dream, founding the school on June 24, 1872. Music programs offered include: Music Programs - String Instruments and Harp, Wind/Brass Instruments, Percussion, Conducting and Opera Accompaniment, Vocal Studies and Theatre, Guitar, Keyboard Instruments, Early Music, Jazz, Contemporary Music, Music Pedagogy, School Music and Church Music, Musicology Weimar | Jena, Arts Management

Media - Media Arts / Media Design, Media Design / Integrated International Media Art and Design Studies, Media Culture, European media culture and European Film and Media Studies, Cultural Studies Media Theory, Media Management, Media computer science (Media Systems), MediaArchitecture

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Architecture. 1000. 24% Civil Engineering. 858. 20%

Franz Liszt A Media Franz Liszt Academy. 850. 20%

Gestaltung. 653. 15%

Gestaltung

Civil Enginee

Architecture Media. 907. 21%

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3.1.2 Weimar Land and Creativity Weimar is in a position to develop the center of creative industries in East Germany (architects, designers, artists, musicians, arts managers, creative engineers, etc.). The Ministry of Economy „intends to include a Thuringian incubator close to the Bauhaus University.“ This structure will be an important milestone for future development in the pulse region Erfurt-Weimar-Jena. Weimar is in an outstanding location for cultural and creative industries. In a study of cultural and creative industries in Thuringia, Germany, revealed that all cities except Weimar had declines in social insurance contributions for cultural industries in the years 2003 through 2008. Weimar had a 6% growth rate, higher than the national average. Prof. Dr. Ivo Moss from Bremen determined characteristic „location effect“ is Weimar (1.055) in the so-called „Alpha Category“: Berlin (1.012), Hamburg (1.046) and Munich (1,083). The Thuringian Ministry of Economy expects to see synergies and potentials to improve the Weimar Economy through the creative industry. Recently, it was announced that the Foundation for Technology, Innovation and Research Thuringia (STIFT), a national incubator for commercial creative businesses will be built near the Bauhaus University campus. This has gathered momentum in the ErfurtWeimar-Jena region.

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Weimar has the highest abundance of architects in Thuringia with 6.4 registered practitioners per 1000 occupants. More are expected to join them: the quality of the teaching provided by the architectural facility at Weimar‘s Bauhaus University is rated as excellent. Weimar is the second youngest city in Thuringia. The average age is 42.9 years. It has a stable birth rate and inward migration.

Wirtschaftregion English Version 2010, 1-12 Jahreswirtschaftsbereicht Weimar, 2010, pg 8 http://aeb.staatsbibliothek-berlin.de/images/ StadtplanWeimar.jpg

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3. 2 Weimar Culture & Tourism 1. Goethe-Nationalmuseum, Wohnhaus, Austellung 2. Stadtschloss, Schlossmuseum Weimar 3. Bauhaus-Museum Weimar 4. Neues Muesum Weimar 5. Schillers Wohnhaus, Schiller-Museum 6. Wittumspalais 7. Kirms-Krackow-Haus 8. Goethes Gartenhaus 9. Romisches Haus 10. Parkhohle 11. Liszt Haus 12. Nietzche Archive 13. Historischer Friedhof 14. Schloss Belvedere 15. Schloss Tiefurt 16. Anna Amalia Bibliothek 17. Stadtmuseum Weimar 18. Deutsches Bienenmuseum 19. Museum fur Ur- und Fruhgeschichte Thuringens 20. Gedenkstatte Buchenwald

What about Weimar Nord??? The existing map of Weimar that is distributed at Information Centers does not include Weimar Nord. Weimar Nord has a few places that should be considered as historic visit sites. By expanding the tourism map one could potentially attract tourists into the region.

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3.2.1 Cultural/Tourism Industry in Weimar Cultural industries are best described as an adjunctsector of the creative industries. Cultural industries include industries that focus on cultural tourism and heritage, museums and libraries, sports and outdoor activities, and a variety of ‚way of life‘ activities that arguably range from local pet shows to a host of hobbyist concerns. The Weimar Classics Foundation, Germany‘s second largest cultural foundation, encompasses 25 museums, palaces, and historical estates including the Dutchess Anna Amalia Library, which holds one million books. To the right, one can see the existing hotel infrastructure in Weimar. As one can see, there are three hotels/hostels/guesthouses within 500 meters to our site. (Light Pink marks the 500 meter distance). Most hotels are situated either near the Hauptbahnhof or in the Altstadt.

Obtained from Juan Carlos Mejia, Sebastian Weber and Diljana Daskalova

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Tourism Arrivals: Staying over night: Staying in days:

335.900 614.515 1,8

Statistisches Jahrbuch Weimar 2010, page 222; Kommunale Statistikstelle

JANUARY FEBRUARY

JULY

Klezmer Festival

AUGUST

Annually, Weimar hosts over 3 million tourists Over 1 million stay overnight

MARCH

Concerts of the thuringia Bach

Weimar, relative to its population, is a more popular destination than Berlin, Munich, and Dresden. It records 856 overnight stays per 100 residents, ahead of : Munich with 724 Dresden with 657 Berlin with 508. (Weimar Wirtschaftsregion English Version, page 10)

ART FESTIVAL

SEPTEMBER

ART FESTIVAL

APRIL

http://www.weimar.de/fileadmin/Dateien_Tourismus/Dateien_Tourismus_EN/ Downloads_and_pdf/I-EN-web.pdf

It is estimated that 350.000 visitors attend the Zwiebelmarkt in October

Wine Festival Goetheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Birthday

Pottery market

OCTOBER

ONION MARKET

MAY

Thuringian Jazz Mile

Flowers Festival Kostritzer Spiegelzelt festival

JUNE

Kostritzer Spiegelzelt festival

NOVEMBER Weimar Bauhaus Anniversary

Christmas Market

DECEMBER Christmas Market

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4.0 Potential Target Groups 4.1 The Internationale Bauaustellung 4.2 The Film Industry 4.2.1 Film Industry in Weimar 4.2.2 Film Industry at Bauhaus U. 4.3 Small Businesses 4.4 Welcome / Information Center 4.5 Prognosis based on Market Factors 4.6 Suggested Target Groups/Tenants

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4.0 Potential Target Groups 4.1 The Internationale Bauaustellung The Free State of Thuringia will host an International Building Exhibition (IBA) in 2019. Chief personnel in the IBA met on November 16, 2010 at Ettersburg Palace, headquarters of the Foundation for Building Culture, to discuss the feasibility of IBA Thuringia. The project group consisted of representative from government, industry, science and culture. The committee spoke about courage, creativity and commitment for the execution of this endeavor. They analyzed the IBA strategy and generated ideas for the future of Thuringia.„ Collaborators in this meeting included: the CEO of IBA Pückler country, Prof. Rolf Kuhn, Prof. Wulff Bennert from the Schloss Foundation Ettersburg, Rector Prof. Gerd Zimmermann and Prof. Max Welch Guerra from Bauhaus University-Weimar, staff from the Technical University of Ilmenau and Erfurt Universities, architects, the Chamber of Engineers, and craft and industry specialists. Representatives of social groups - associations, clubs, communities, churches - are to be included in a second step in the planning. „A resilient network,“ said minister Carius , „and strong partnerships are the foundation for a successful IBA. I view the cities and regions in Thuringia equally in view. The entire state of Thuringia is being used to stage the IBA.“

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State of emergency on time

Future issues on social change

Modern strategies of presentation and the Communication

Model solutions to Courage to take risks

Visual urban space

current problems

Qualifying process

Occasion and place events

Adequate organizational forms

International dimension

IBA Strategies

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Demographic change

Key Targets Demographic Change: Aging and Dwindling population, internal migration

Energy transition

Energy Transition: Potential and need for centralized energy supply in brain areas

Cultural landscape

Cultural Landscape: Development potential

Key Objectives Reconstruction of Infrastructure Protecting cultural heritage/background Upgrading/Developing living conditions

Conclustion Historically, the IBA has been a catalyst for improving existing infrastructures, buildings, cities and regions. All the regions the IBA has previously selected had specific challenges. Weimar Nord is situated in a prime location, and could potentially host the future growth of the city of Weimar. Bringing the IBA to Weimar Nord could serve as a tool to revitalize the local area of Weimar Nord.

IBA Thuringia - Model Program source thrungia map wikimedia.org

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4.2 Film Industry

CITIES IN GERMANY WITH FILM FESTIVALS

Cinema in Germany can be traced back to the very beginnings of the medium at the end of the 19th century. German cinema has made major technical and artistic contributions to film. On November 1, 1895 Max Skladanowsky and his brother Emil demonstrated their self-invented film projector the Bioskop at the Wintergarten music hall in Berlin. This performance pre-dated the first paying public display of the Lumière brothers‘ Cinematographe in Paris on December 28 of the same year, a performance that Max Skladanowsky attended and at which he was able to ascertain that the Cinematographe was technically superior to his Bioskop. By the early 1900‘s, the German film industry became the largest in Europe. Due to the complicated German history from 1919 to 1989, one can trace significant trends and relationships of the film industry to German culture. Today‘s biggest producers include Bavaria Film, Constantin Film, Studio Hamburg, and UFA. Apart from the international releases, a number of intimate German films have enjoyed critical success in France, where the term Nouvelle Vague Allemande has been applied to smaller productions mostly coming out of Berlin. The new decade has also seen a resurgence of the German film industry, with bigger-budget films and good returns at the German box office.

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Lubeck Hamburg

Population

Berlin

65.233 hab. WEIMAR - GERMANY

≈ ( Cannes festival )

Bochum

Leipzig Chemnitz

Cologne Bonn

71.790 hab. CANNES - FRANCE

Mainz Mannheim Ludwigshafen Landau Karlsruhe

Cities with Film Festivals in Germany http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinema_of_Germany

Frankfurt Sulzbach-Rosenberg Heidelberg

Nurnberg

Stuttgart

Biberach an der Riss

Passau

Munich

Tegernsee

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4 2.1 Film Industry in Weimar

Recently, films such as „A Mighty Fortress,“ „October Spring,“ and „White, White World,“ have received numerous awards nationally and internationally. „White, White World‘s“ actress Jasna Duric received the Leopard prize at the Locarno Film Festival. At the Film Festival in Cottbus, „White, White World“ received the top prize, the Lubina. Ostlicht filmproduktion, based in Weimar, received the Audience Award for the short film „The Pig“ and are now completing their third future film, „For Elise.“ Ostlicht Filmproduktion was founded by Hagen Keller, director and screenwriter, and producer Guido Schwab in 2003. Marcel Lenz, who also acts as producer, joined the company in 2004. ostlicht filmproduktion focuses on the development and production of feature films as well as advertising and image films for Cinema and TV. Ostlicht‘s philosophy: Cinema is the most beautiful way to travel real worlds as well as imagination. Cinema is an image of life. It is a symbol for the numerous ways of life, for exchange, recreation, orientation and stimulation. We love Cinema and we love stories. We are convicted of what we do and we’ve got a clear vision. Our goal is to narrate dramatic, stirring stories for young and old, we want to move and inspire. Our emphasis is on the cooperation with renowned filmmakers as well as young talents, on good handwork, detailed planning and endurance.

Hamburg Studio Hamburg

Telenovelas and popular Daily series

299 km

Potsdam

Babelsberg Studios cinema productions

Weimar Cologne T.V Studios Cologne Third of German T.V production

195 km

305km

315 km

Primary Film Industries in Germany

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Munich The Bavarian Film Group T.V programs

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Expansion of cinematographic experimentation

4.2.2 Film Industry at Bauhaus University In 2008, Bauhaus-University Weimar launched the Bauhaus Film Institute (BFI). The BFI is the result of years of rigorous research and the creative interaction with the medium of film at the Bauhaus University. The three founding professors are Prof. Dr. Lorenz Engell (Film Studies), Prof. Dr. Thorsten HennigThurau (sound economics) and Prof. Wolfgang Kissel (sound design). Prof. Wolfgang Kissel has accepted the position of Executive Director of the BFI.

FILM INDUSTRY IN WEIMAR

The BFI aims to improve the core area of Film Studies through creative, scientific, and economic 3.2km means. Furthermore, the BFI aims to contribute 36 min and strengthen the location of Weimar as a creative media source for the region. The BFI is a center for 3.5km film literacy in the Bauhaus University 7 min in Weimar and at the same time a contactFilm forproducers design, consultation and cooperation with the film and television industry Cinemas globally. i Tourist information

i New tourist The BFI aims to be a landmark film institute, promoting information

center artistic expression, productive development, and scientific research. This allows for a systematic and extensive film-and-television-related education, cultural exploration and economy training. Events such as conferences and film festivals, film and television productions, and publications can be realized through the BFI. Critical to the work of the Institute is in all of the orientation of international visibility and effectiveness, of excellent quality and features in high-level partner institutions.

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FILM INDUSTRY IN WEIMAR

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Weimar Halle

Municipal Theater at mon ami

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36 min

Deutches National theater Cine star

The3.5km long-term goals include: the establishment Bauhaus of University a film-based with 7 minresearch program in cooperation Library the International Research Institute for Cultural Film producers Technologies Cinemas and Media Philosophy and the establishment of a Film Business Academy in Weimar. New tourist information center

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Weimar Halle

Ostlicht film production

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Bauhaus film institute

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LASS

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City Casino

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The rent rate will continue to increase in the Altstadt in both the residential and business sectors. As the next frontier of Weimar‘s growth, Weimar Nord seems like a viable solution for expansion. Furthermore, the Ministry of Economy „intends to include a Thuringian incubator close to the Bauhaus University.“ Weimar Nord seems apt for this challenge.

Netto

1

2

PENNY supermaket-GetrankeQuell

Vital to the survival of neighborhoods is the need for small business. Given that our existing site contains a wide variety of GDR residential buildings, we see a series of buildings with rentable 1st floor retail and flexible office space on the upper floors. Given the fact that rent prices are quite low in the area, there is market for small businesses to blossom in our region. Finally, there simply is not enough housing in the Altstadt to supply the student demand.

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4.3 Small Businesses

4.4 Welcome/Information Center Based on a GIS Mapping exercise conducted by a group of colleagues, Juan Carlos Mejia, Sebastian Weber and Diljana Daskalova, their analysis provided us with some cues as to the optimum location for a new welcome center. The factors analyzed included: Hotels within a 500 meter radii, food within 400 meters, 1 km from the Hauptbahnhof, 2 km from the university, and 6 km from the Autobahn.

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4.5 Prognosis of Market Factors 1. Connect with the local occupants: The design must be socially conscious and must aid in the improvement of the existing urban fabric. The design must be cost-effective while simultaneously improve the urban image of Weimar Nord. As with the Expo Hannover 2000, we wish to activate the industrial wasteland as a location of culture and service. 2. Bring new commuters and tourists into the region: Logistically, the existing Tourist map needs to include Weimar Nord. Landmarks and heritage sites must be included in the tourism map. Our proposed space must work as a catalyst to bring a fresh group of tourists into our site. 3. Improve technology facilities for the city of Weimar: Currently, Weimar is ranked last out of the 20 cities with potentials in the TTT-Index, with a 0.01 result. Therefore, new spaces for creative explorations are necessary for the future prosperity of Weimar. 4. Bring new ‘creative class’ into the site: The creative economy in Weimar is one of its greatest assets. The Internationale Bauaustellung can potentially revitalize this area as an experiment for urban and architectural scales. Furthermore, new academic programs at the Bauhaus University are bound to expand, requiring new spaces for students to explore professionally the creative fields.

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Raise quality of Technological Institutions

Cultural Heritage Appreciation

12/20

Tolerance

WEIMAR

University

11/20 Talent

Upgrade and Transform Site & Region

20/20 Technology

Regional development

Consumer services

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meaningful change Benefit from existing Creative Class

IBA 2019 as initial host of our site

world class innovation social innovation incubator for social change and entrepreneurship

TTT-Index + Market Strategy Based on the diagram found: http://www.google.de/imgres?imgurl=http://saj66.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/diagram.jpg&imgrefurl=http:// saj66.wordpress.com/author/saj66/&usg=__c73hiR2Ccg_mJVCMOU44cbqf9vY=&h=418&w=1013&sz=34&hl=de&start=3&sig2=bU987I_ qrsG08rMALbmjiQ&zoom=1&u

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5. Rent rates are bound to increase in Weimar Altstadt: Land prices in Central Weimar are continually increasing, as it is a growing city. Students will inevitably be required to move more toward the periphery of Weimar. Adjacency to Train station could host Inter-Thuringia Students. Existing residential area detracts us from creating more residential facilities, as the existing rent rate is quite low in the region. 6. Use IBA as a catalyst for the development of new small business core: Business Sector Structure is in optimum condition for small, low-cost businesses. Handcraft stores, such as the table manufacturer and the stone quarry person suggest that handcraft creativity is already active in the region.

4.6 Suggested Target Groups/Tenants 1. IBA Thuringia 2. Ostlicht filmproduktion 3. New Film Institute at Bauhaus UniversityWeimar 4. Information Center

Higher

Established Weimar

Middle

Traditional

Intellectual

Modern Mainstream

LM I F LM

FI

Lower social status

basic values

Nordstadt Nordstadt Nordstadt Nordstadt Consumer Materialistic

Tradition

Modernization

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Sense of Duty and Order Individualization , Self-Actualization, Pleasure

Meta Milieus Western Europe

Modern Performing

LM I F LM

FI

Sensation Oriented Nordstadt

Reorientation Multiple options, Experimentation

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5. Cafe 6. In-transit temporary visitors & tourists

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5.0 Concept and Strategy 5.1 Location Factors Prognosis 5.2 Addressing Cultural Heritage 5.3 Creating a Central Place for the IBA 5.4 Small Business Incubator & Connector 5.5 Building Precedents

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5.0 Concept and Strategy 5.1 Location Factors Prognosis Primary Corridors: Ettersburger Str. is one of the two main arteries of Weimar Nord, and Marcel-Paul Str. offers opportunities for commercial development. At the intersection of these two streets exists a 2 buslines, facilitating the availability of access to the historic city center. Ettersburger Str. is considered a heritage road, linking the historic city of Weimar to the Ettersburger Estate, Buchenwald, and other relics from the GDR period.

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Nodes

Nodes of Commerce: The intersection of MarcelPaul Str. and Ettersburger Str. offers a commercial node for the region. Various low-cost stores and supermarkets are available within a 5-minute walking radius of our chosen site. With cheap rent prices and adjacency to the GDR Plattenbau buildings, we found it unnecessary to design for residential development. Addressing the Edge Condition: Directly to the south of our site lies the railroad track, forming a boundary of the historic city center to Weimar. The existing tunnel is one of two existing access routes into Weimar Nord. Furthermore, there exists a 1.5 m drop intersecting our site. This separates the existing parking lot currently owned by the Hauptbahnhof with Wiemar Nord.

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Edges IBA + Expansion of cinematographic experimentation

Landmarks IBA + Expansion of cinematographic experimentation

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5.2 Addressing Cultural Heritage Cultural Heritage Landmarks: Currently a brownfield wasteland with the Otto Hetzer Werk mansion situated at the center. Otto Hetzer‘s company was first to patent the curved timber element on this very site. To the West of our site is the Viehauktionshalle, initially utilized for livestock actions, later as a collection site for Buchenwald prisoners, and today a culture center for activities and events, including events like “Kunstfest Weimar.” Directly southeast to our site exists the Güterbahnhof, the major repository for the majority of the prisoners condemned to go to Buchenwald.

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Integrating the existing landmarks is crucial to the success of the site. Therefore, we have explored different alternatives for future uses for the existing buildings.

Tourists

Film Industry

Target Groups

Information

IBA Staff

Event Space Film Festival Site Sound Stage for Film Production Nightclub Fashion Shows Art Gallery Culture Programs

Lighthouse Landmark - IBA Sustainability Redevelopment Student Architecture Project Public Green Space Sculpture Garden

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Tours departing to Buchenwald Historical Tourism Memorial Future tram station

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5.3 Creating a Central Place for the IBA Creating a ‚Central Place‘: Based on our observations, our design intervention needs to improve the image of Weimar Nord, with a design that takes into account Cultural Heritage Sites, the Environment, and provides a space with Urban Flair that can serve as a catalyst for future development. It needs to serve as a visible symbol for incoming passenger traffic from the Hauptbahnhof, and aid in the future growth of small businesses. We believe the site we selected has a historical significance, and an ease of access that can attract festivals and tourism to the Weimar region. This central place will integrate a mixture of Culture, Leisure, Retail, Office, and Public Green space.

location prognosis

Incubator for Small Businesses

Creative Gateway into North Cultural Heritage Sites

Public Space Tourism

Local Goverments Autorities

Connector

Create a Central Place

FILM

European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)

$

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Media Outlet

Upgrade Site and Region Urban Redevelopment East Program

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Primary Sources of founding

Connection to the Internationale Bauaustellung: Weimar, a city geographically central to Thuringia, could be host to the IBA headquarters for the IBA 2019. By having the IBA headquarters in our site, one could use the building as a catalyst to bring people into Weimar Nord. The train station, situated within a 5-minute walking distance, offers the opportunities of the IBA Headquarters to connect to the rest of Germany. Historically, the IBA has been a catalyst for improving existing infrastructures,buildings, cities and regions. All the regions the IBA has previously selected had specific challenges. Weimar Nord is situated in a prime location, and could potentially host the future growth of the city of Weimar. Bringing the IBA to Weimar Nord could serve as a tool to revitalize the local area of Weimar Nord.

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2013 thuringia experiment

container for urban experimentation

2023

expansion of cinematographic experimentation

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5.4 Small Business Incubator & Connector Develop a Small Business Incubator Region: The site selected is in proximity to all the major businesses in our designated district, such as REWE, Netto and Aldi. Therefore, we find it apt to invest in our suggested region to serve the function of mixeduse retail spaces for Weimar Nord. Based on our location analysis, Marcel-Paul Str. and Ettersberger Str. could potentially be a business powerhouse in the Weimar Nord region. Serve as a Regional Connector: Due to its prime location at the intersection of Ettersburger Str. and Marcel-Paul Str., one is connecting Weimar Nord to the old historic city. The location suggests an-almost perfect â&#x20AC;&#x161;straight lineâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC; connection to Goetheplatz. Our site is at the Crossroads of Four German Periods at our site- Buchenwald (North), GDR Buildings (West), Old Weimar (South), Post-Industrial Landscapes (East). Opportunities exist in the future development of alternative modes of transportation and future expansion in the Weimar Nord Region. Its proximity to the Stadtring and the national roads make this site beneficial for strong intercommunication between Jena, Erfurt and beyond.

Super Markets

Car Business BMW-auto haus zentral

1

Netto

1

2

dm - kik

2

Carglass

3

OMV

3

Penny supermarkt /GetrankeQuuelle

4

REWE

5

LIDL

Small Business

Recreation 1 2 3

Europcar

4

Sonnen Apotheke

Friseur

Bowling/Billard Bar

Tatoo

Spielschloss

Matratzen Concord

City Casino Restaurants

1

Blitz Pizza

2

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5.5 Design Inspirations View of Weimar from the Sky

Adventure Park: the London Eye or the Reichstag in Berlin are symbols that attract tourism. Therefore, we propose a Hot Air Balloon site as a new symbol of Weimar Nord. Lighthouse: Representative of IBA as a catalyst for future investment, we see the existing ruin of the Hetzer mansion as a night symbol for the IBA. The lighthouse serves as a symbol for Weimar, demonstrating its strong culture, and its next push for technological innovation. Sculpture Park: The existing Seattle Olympic park revitalized the waterfront in an undesirable area in Seattle. We see this precedent as inspirational for Weimar Nord. The space needs to be children-safe. Post-Industrial Landscape: The remants of the existing rail lines have been covered by asphalt and forgotten in our site. Rather than forgetting the tragic history of the Guterbahnhof, we saw the High Line project in New York City as an excellent precedent of engaging a post-industrial landscape and readapting it for the future.

Adventure Park

Event Hall

Obtained from Group 5 Presentation

Otto Hetzer Mansion Photo: Tania Konig

Landscape Space

Lighthouse

Seattle Olympic Sculpture Park

Sculpture Park

Memorial Space

http://pricetags.wordpress.com/2007/01/15/grandopening-seattles-olympic-sculpture-park/

The High Line - New York City

Post-Industrial Landscape

http://www.colectiva.tv/wordpress/lang/en-us/ new-york-high-line/

Architectural Icon

Freiluftkino Kreuzberg

Cinematography Film Projection: One mechanism we brainstormed to bring people into our site is to create an outdoor space for movie projection. This could be a space future Weimar occupants could visit in the summertime.

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Existing Structure of the Auction Hall

6. Event Hall: Rather than changing the existing programmatic feature of the Viehauktionshalle, we see our landscape integrated with the idea of bringing more people to our space.

7. Landscaped Space: The new landscape must be an experience, rather than an ornament. Weimar is known for the quality of its parks, and therefore we wish to connect to the other parks in the region.

8. Memorial Space: The existing wasteland is home to a rich landscape with historical significance. Our design needs to respect this history. 9. Architectural Icon: Architecture is a form of expression that is meant to challenge, excite, and revitalize regions.

Event Hall

Landscape Space

Memorial Space

http://www.medienwerkstatt006.at/tma/tma_bild/ tma_bilda/tma08b018.jpg

Schillerstrasse http://www.uni-weimar.de/mfa/pictures/weimar/ BauhausUniFotoGGreiner8215-.jpg

Urban Outfitters Headquarters http://www.metropolismag.com/cda/popup_image. php?image_id=10343&slideshow_speed=120

Mora River Aquarium

10. Small Business Incubator: A Master Plan needs to be put in place to allow for the future growth of the area. It should serve as a network for the remaining Weimar Nord. The post-industrial officedweller craves new creative office forms. Thanks to companies like Google, Pixar, or Facebook, we are seeing new alternatives that challenge the traditional concepts of an office.

Architectural Icon

http://www.archdaily.com/4921/mora-river-aquarium-promontorio-architecture/

Google Office - Zurich

Small Business Incubator

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http://www.hemmy.net/2008/03/17/ google-office-in-zurich/

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6.0 URBAN & ARCHITECTURE DESIGN 6.1 Phase 1: a Headquarters for the IBA 6.2 Phase 2: Site Expansion 6.3 Phase 3: Commercial Corridors 6.4 Phase 4: Regional Connections

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6.1 Phase 1: a Headquarters for the IBA

1 2 3

0

IBA Headquarter Parking Park 2800 sqm Site

51

0

15

20

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6

5

1

4 2

1

2

3

6

7

5

2

2

7 Basement

Basement

6

12

4 6

3 12

4

3

2

2

2

29

10

9

10

8

8

1. Technical Space 2. Main Core : WC 3. Staircase 4. Elevator Shaft 1. Technical Space 5. Office 2. Main Core : WC 6. Kitchen 3. Staircase 7. Conference hall 4. Elevator Shaft 8. Cafe 5. Office 9. Gallery 6. Kitchen 10. Information center 7. Conference hall 11. Rest room 8. Cafe 12. Cafeteria 9. Gallery 10. Information center 11. Rest room 12. Cafeteria

1st floor

6

4 6

1st floor

12

5

5 5 2

2

5

4

3 12 5

3

2

2 5

2

2

2

2

4

3

4

3

3

3 2nd floor

3rd Floor

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Roof

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http://www.drydencentre.org/conferencehall.html

http://www.uncg.edu/euc/gallery/

Office Staircase + Elevator shaft Sub core - Staircase Technical Space

http://hoklife.com/2009/02/05/hong-kong-office-achieves-leed-gold/

Caferia Main Core Gallery Cafe Kitchen Information

http://moneyning.com/free-stuff/enjoy-starbucks-without-guilt-giveaway/

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South Elevation

Latitudinal Section

North Elevation

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East Elevation

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Distribution of Spaces

347.61M2

225.33M2

170.30M2

153.81M2

906.07M2

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CULTURAL SPACE RETAIL SPACE 12.49% 19.28% Festivals

STORAGE SPACE 9.43%

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6.2 Phase 2: Site Expansion

4

5

GĂźterbahnhof IBA Headquarter Parking Mixeduse Buildings Hotairballoon Park Otto Metzer Villa Viehauktionshalle Warehouse Park 2800 sqm Site New Buildings

3

7

6

8 3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

2

9

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6.3 Phase 3: Commercial Corridor

GĂźterbahnhof Commercial Buildings Parking Mixeduse Buildings Hotairballoon Park Otto Metzer Villa Viehauktionshalle Warehouse Park 2800 sqm Site New Buildinsgs

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

2

5

4

2 3

7

6 2

8 3

2

0 10

2

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1

50 Scale 1:2000

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Warehouse Commercial, Industrial

G端terbahnhof

Historical Tourism, Memorial

Viehauktionshalle, Event Space, Film Industry, Culture Programs

IBA Headquarters

Otto Hetzer Villa

Lighthouse Landmark, Sculpture Garden

IBA Headquarters

Existing

Commercial, Residential

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7.0 PRELIMINARY COST CALCULATION 7.1 Building Calculations 7.2 Preliminary Developer Calculations 7.3 Cost Index Calculation

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7.1 Building Calculation Building area calculation A. BGF gross floor area level basement 1st floor 2nd floor 3rd floor

235,26 687,46 635,95 425,43

sum BGF

1984,10

total m2 m2 m2 m2 m2

B. NGF net floor area level basement 1st floor 2nd floor 3rd floor

usable floor area 170,3 534,70 513,76 348,03

2nd use รŸoor area 0 38,24 28,78 15,5

circulation area 19,21 50,50 34,92 19,21

technical functional area 19,04 3,85 3,54 3,54

1.566,79

82,52

123,84

29,97

sum

sum NGF

1803,12

C. KGF area of construction level basement 1st floor 2nd floor 3rd floor

26,71 60,17 54,95 39,15

sum KGF

180,98

total m2 m2 m2 m2 m2

D. BRI brutto room volume

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208,55 627,29 581,00 386,28

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NGF m2 m2 m2 m2

m2


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39,15

m2

180,98

m2

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average

Hight in m 2 3,35 2,45 4,5

sum BRI

417,10 2.101,42 1.423,45 1738,26 5680,23

total m3 m3 m3 m3 m3

E. IWF wall area iside level basement 1st floor 2nd floor 3rd floor

length in m 115,23 225,87 218,54 119,33

Hight in m 2 3,35 2,45 1,4

sum IWF

230,46 756,66 535,42 167,062 1689,61

total m2 m2 m2 m2 m2

F. AWF wall area outside level basement 1st floor 2nd floor 3rd floor

lenght 0 105,38 106,8 83,94

Hight in m 4 3,1 1,8

sum AWF

0,00 421,52 331,08 151,092 903,69

total m2 m2 m2 m2 m2

G. DEF floor area level sum DEF

total 1175,22

m2

H. DAF roof area

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sum DEF

1175,22

m2

H. DAF roof area level

total

sum DAF

650,00

m2

I. GRF footing area level

total

sum GRF

626,55

m2

J. BGI foundation pit level basement 1st floor

m2 230 400

hight in m 3,5 1,5

sum GRF

805 600 1405,00

total m3 m3 m3

K. building use use office space service space cultural space retail space storage space sum use

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m2 GFA 906,07 153,81 347,61 225,33 170,30 1.803,12

% 50,27 8,53 19,28 12,49 9,43 100

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developer calculation A. land acquisition

real estate costs for real estate notarisation tax courtage additional costs for real estate

reference value basis of calc. site

costs for real estate costs for real estate costs for real estate

price

costs

amount 2.800,00 m2

1,00 % 3,00 % 3,00 %

45,00 €/m2

126.000,000 126.000,000 126.000,000

sum land acquisition costs

126.000,00 € 126.000,00 € 1.260,00 3.780,00 3.780,00 8.820,00

€ € € €

134.820,00 €

B. land preparation demolition decontamination infrastructure provision release from obligation other costs

0,00

sum land preparation

15.000,00 95.000,00 20.000,00 0,00 40.000,00

€ € € € €

170.000,00 €

C. building costs 1. direct building costs (KG 300+400+600 nach DIN 276)

m2 GFA

price

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C. building costs 1. direct building costs (KG 300+400+600 nach DIN 276)

office space service space cultural space retail space storage space sum C1

m2 GFA

price €/m2 GFA 1.150,00 250,00 1450 450 130

906,07 153,81 347,61 225,33 170,30

Gallery, Conference hall Cafe/ Souvenir shop

costs 1.041.980,50 38.452,50 504.034,50 101.398,50 22.139,00 1.708.005,00

€ € €

39.115,00 reference value basis of calculation quantity quantity quantity quantity

parking space garage underground parking space release of parking space sum C2

price

costs

amount 40,00

70,00

2.800,00 €

exterior features provision of exterior features sum C3

2.112,54

50,00

sum C4 (C1+C2+C3) Summe C4

1.916.432,00 €

3,00%

sum direct building costs

sum additonal building costs

Tania König D. projekt management fee

57.492,96 € 57.492,96 € 1.973.924,96 €

2. additonal building costs

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105.627,00 100.000,00 205.627,00 € 1.916.432,00 €

unforeseen events sum C5

sum building costs

2.800,00

reference value basis of calc. sum direct building costs

price amount 1.973.924,96 €

costs 14,00%

276.349,49 € 2.250.274,45 €

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sum additonal building costs

basis of calc. sum direct building costs

amount 1.973.924,96 €

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276.349,49 €

14,00%

sum building costs

2.250.274,45 €

D. projekt management fee

sum projekt management fee

referenz value basis of calc. sum building costs

price amount 2.250.274,45 €

costs 67.508,23 €

3,00%

E. tenancy and marketing

tenancy marketing sum E tenancy and marketing

F. financing costs

financing of land acquistion financing of land preparation

referenz value basis of calc. monthly rent

price

costs

amount 0 times

0,00 lump sum

financed amount basis of calc. 134.820,00 € 170.000,00 €

0,00 50.000,00 50.000,00 €

50.000,00

interest rate

costs

term 18 Mon. 18 Mon.

5,00% 5,00%

10.236,86 € 12.908,07 €

financing of building (C+D) Summe F1

2.250.274,45 €

12 Mon.

5,00%

56.256,86 € 79.401,79 €

financing of tenancy phase (A-F) sum financing costs

2.555.094,45 €

6,00 Mon.

7,00%

87.915,80 € 167.317,59 €

G. total investment landProfessorship acquistion for Construction Management and Construction Economics - Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Nentwig landSupervisor: preparationDipl.-Ing. Arch. Kristina Hoffmann

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134.820,00 170.000,00 2.250.274,45 67.508,23 167.317,59 2.789.920,28

€ € € € € €

H. rent return office space service space cultural space retail space storage space parking space garage underground parking space

906,07 153,81 347,61 225,33 170,30 40

m2 m2 m2 m2 m2 pl

rentable rentable rentable rentable rentable

9,00 0,00 10,00 7,00 2,00 55,00

€/m2 €/m2 €/m2 €/m2 €/m2 € Monat

rent return per month rent return per annus

8.154,63 0,00 3.476,10 € 1.577,31 340,60 2.200,00

15.748,64 € 15.748,64

12 Mon.

188.983,68 €

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14,76 fache Jahresmiete

initial rate of return

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J. trading profit

rent return p.a. x multiplier

rent return p.a. x multiplier total investment total investment tradingprofit profit trading

15,76

15,76

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2.978.903,96 -2.789.920,28 188.983,68 6,77

€ € € = %

2.978.903,96 -2.789.920,28 188.983,68 6,77

€ € € %

K. matrix of alternatives

K. matrix of alternatives multiplier variations of rent return

variations of rent return 10% 0% -10%

rent p.a.

rent p.a.

207.882,05 €

10% 0%

207.882,05 €

188.983,68 €

188.983,68 €

170.085,31 €

-10%

170.085,31 €

multiplier

sales revenue/ trading rofit rofit 14,76sales revenue/ trading 15,76 14,76 3.068.912,31 € 3.276.794,36 € 10,00% 3.068.912,31 € 17,45% 2.789.920,28 € 2.978.903,96 € 10,00% 0,00% 6,77% 2.789.920,28 € 2.510.928,25 € 2.681.013,56 € 0,00% -10,00% -3,90%

2.510.928,25 € -10,00%

16,76 15,76 3.484.676,40 € 24,90% 3.276.794,36 € 3.167.887,64 17,45% € 13,55% 2.978.903,96 € 2.851.098,88 € 6,77% 2,19%

2.681.013,56 € -3,90%

3.484

3.167

2.851

7.3 Cost Index Calculation calculation with costs index/ approximation A. building use % use office space service space cultural space retail space storage space sum use

m2 GFA 906,07 153,81 347,61 225,33 170,30 1.803,12

% 50,27 8,53 19,28 12,49 9,43

for calculation office space prorated %

100

B. calculation for Construction space for cultural uses Professorship Management and Construction - Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Nentwig 1450€/m2Economics BGF Supervisor: Dipl.-Ing. Arch. Kristina Hoffmann

cultural space %

50,27 4,265 0 6,245 4,715

0 4,265 19,28 6,245 4,715

65,495

34,505

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B. calculation cost group 100 200 300 400

space for cultural uses

500 600 700

Area Infrastructure Construction Building technical functional building exterior features extras

unit m2 FBG m2 FBG m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 AUF m2 BFG m2 BFG

sum 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 390

Baugrube Gründung Außenwände Innenwände Decken Dach Bauhonstruktive Einbauten Sonst. Baukonstruktionen

410 420 430 440 450 460 470 480 490

Abwasser Wärmeversorgung Lufttechnische Anlagen Starkstromanlagen Fernmeldeanlagen Förderanlagen Nutzerspezifische Anlagen Gebäudeautomation Sonstige

1450€/m2 BGF amount

costs index

687,46 687,46 1984,1 1984,1 1984,1 2112,54 1984,1 1984,1

10 1315 386 1701 183 76 302

6874,6 2609091,5 765862,6 3374954,1 386594,82 150791,6 599198,2

m3 BGI m2 GRF m2 AWF m2 IWF m2 DEF m2 DAF m2 BFG m2 BFG

1405 625,55 903,69 1689,61 1175,22 650 1984,1 1984,1

19 258 567 311 342 426 67 63

26695 161391,9 512392,23 525468,71 401925,24 276900 132934,7 124998,3

m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 BFG

1984,1 1984,1 1984,1 1984,1 1984,1 1984,1 1984,1 1984,1 1984,1

52 92 116 108 36 23 46 47 1

103173,2 182537,2 230155,6 214282,8 71427,6 45634,3 91268,6 93252,7 1984,1

sum

86

total

300+400

3196422,18

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office space

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C. calculation cost group 100 200 300 400

office space

1150€/m2 BGF

500 600 700

Area Infrastructure Construction Building technical functional building exterior features extras

unit m2 FBG m2 FBG m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 AUF m2 BFG m2 BFG

sum 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 390

Baugrube Gründung Außenwände Innenwände Decken Dach Bauhonstruktive Einbauten Sonst. Baukonstruktionen

410 420 430 440 450 460 470 480 490

Abwasser Wärmeversorgung Lufttechnische Anlagen Starkstromanlagen Fernmeldeanlagen Förderanlagen Nutzerspezifische Anlagen Gebäudeautomation Sonstige

sum

amount

costs index

total

687,46 687,46 1984,1 1984,1 1984,1 2112,54 1984,1 1984,1

3 863 231 1147 25 9 152

2062,38 1712278,3 458327,1 2275762,7 52813,5 17856,9 301583,2

m3 BGI m2 GRF m2 AWF m2 IWF m2 DEF m2 DAF m2 BFG m2 BFG

1405 625,55 903,69 1689,61 1175,22 650 1984,1 1984,1

12 184 337 195 239 239 7 24

16860 115101,2 304543,53 329473,95 280877,58 155350 13888,7 47618,4

m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 BFG m2 BFG

1984,1 1984,1 1984,1 1984,1 1984,1 1984,1 1984,1 1984,1 1984,1

29 43 16 72 12 9 4 0 4

57538,9 85316,3 31745,6 142855,2 23809,2 17856,9 7936,4 0 7936,4 300+400

1638708,26

D. calculation

Professorship for Construction Management and Construction Economics - Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Nentwig Supervisor: Dipl.-Ing. Arch. Kristina Hoffmann

87


sum A Gateway into Weimar Nord

300+400

1638708,26

D. calculation €

kind calculation developer

2250274,45 total

%

65,495 34,505

1073271,975 1102925,473

approximation office space cultural space sum difference

88

1638708,26 3196422,18

€ € %

2176197,45 74077,00 3,29

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