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HafenCity Hamburg at the MIPIM 2014

HafenCity Hamburg will be exhibiting again this year at MIPIM in Cannes, one of the world’s most important commercial and residential real estate fairs. From 11 to 14 March 2014 HafenCity Hamburg GmbH will be the main representative of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg on the joint stand for the whole of the Hamburg Metropolitan Region. Its presentation will include sustainable growth, with nine projects getting under way in 2014 alone on some 180,000 sqm gross floor area (GFA), accounting for an investment volume of around EUR 650 million. At the same time HafenCity’s development trends are becoming clearer and clearer – it is growing more diverse, younger and more creative. more

HafenCity's quarters
in the eastern section

The Masterplan for the eastern HafenCity has been reworked in 2010. Get informed about this part of HafenCity.

HafenCity Hamburg in 2014: still growing fast and getting younger, more diverse and more creative

In 2014, HafenCity Hamburg will be the scene of a lot of new building sites, as construction gets under way on some 180,000 sqm gross floor area (GFA) accounting for an investment volume of around EUR 650 million. Plus HafenCity’s character as a young and creative district will develop further as HafenCity University (HCU) opens, new creative users move into Oberhafen quarter and more and more families arrive. more

HafenCity Hamburg wins prestigious 2013 “ULI Global Award for Excellence” in Chicago

HafenCity Hamburg GmbH received what is probably one of the world’s most important urban development and real estate Awards, the “ULI Global Award for Excellence”, at the 2013 Fall Meeting of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) in Chicago. more

Building the City Anew: Imagining Tomorrow’s Metropolis

From September, 16 through December, 6 HafenCity and IBA Hamburg, the two major symbols of Hamburg’s ambitious urban design and re-development will present their traveling exhibition, “Building the City Anew”, in Baltimore, Boston, Chicago and Washington, D.C. more

Overview

State of development

HafenCity is being developed from west to east and from north to south. The area currently under construction, including any completed sections, now extends 1.1 km in length, from the Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall at the tip of Dalmannkai in the west to the Spiegel group building at Ericusspitze. In breadth, HafenCity begins at the Speicherstadt and runs down to the banks of the Elbe more

HafenCity InfoCenter Kesselhaus

A presentation of everything currently happening between the Elbe bridges and Kehrwiederspitze promontory is on view in the InfoCenter in Kesselhaus at Sandtorkai 30 more

On historic ground

Quay walls, harbor basins, historic buildings - the past will always be omnipresent, even in futuristic HafenCity. The port has left an indelible imprint on the structure of the district. A review more