Hamburg - Hafencity

The site of the former Grasbrook island

HafenCity Hamburg
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HafenCity (also HafenCity) is a district in the district of Hamburg-Mitte, the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. It consists of the area of ​​the Großer Grasbrooks, the northern part of the former Elbinsel Grasbrook, and the Speicherstadt on the former Elbe islands Kehrwieder and Wandrahm and was officially founded in 2008. It borders in the north, separated by the customs canal, to the inner city of Hamburg, in the west and south to the Elbe and to the east, bordered by the Oberhafen, Hammerbrook and Rothenburgsort. The district is completely surrounded by rivers and canals and has a total area of ​​around 2.2 square kilometers.

In the narrower sense, HafenCity describes the project name as the roughly 157 hectare area on the former Großer Grasbrook. By the beginning of the 2030s, residential areas for up to 14,000 people, up to 3,000 hotel rooms and workplaces for up to 45,000 people, primarily in the office and service sector, are to be built on the site. In addition, up to 10,000 schoolchildren and students as well as around 50,000 customers and tourists are calculated per day, so that once it is completed, over 120,000 people are expected to enliven the district every day. It is currently the largest inner-city urban development project in Europe.

Quelle: Wikipedia

Gallery: Hamburg Hafencity

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