ZAM urban district
Isaria München Projektentwicklungs GmbH
Störmer Murphy and Partners GbR, Hamburg
01/2020 – 12/2024
332 new rental apartments ranging in size between 30 and more than 100 square meters are being built on a total of 43,000 square meters of floor area in the new development in the new district of Freiham in Munich’s west. There are no apartments on the ground floor, as the 6,000 square meters of space will be used exclusively for retail and food & beverage outlets. The very special highlight at the center of the district will be a 61-meter residential tower, the upper floors of which will provide residents with an impressive view of the Alps on a clear day. Arcades at the foot of the tower allow views of the public town square from inside, while also drawing visitors in.
The project developer is aiming for DGNB Gold certification for the new urban quarter. Green courtyards and planted roof areas are planned to ensure biodiversity and rainwater drainage. A photovoltaic system will provide part of the district’s independent power supply, and heating will be cost-effective and environmentally friendly thanks to connection to the district heating network. In addition, mechanical ventilation systems will ensure highly efficient heat recovery.
- Cross-divisional contract award services phases 5 – 8
- Subsequent commissioning to undertake DGNB certification support
- Project planning SP 5
- Invitation to tender and award SP 6 and 7
- BIM to tender and award
- Construction logistics
- Site supervision