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Möckernkiez City District, Berlin

A future-oriented city district is being created: around 420 homes as well as 7,000 square metres of commercial land for a hotel, social facilities and care close to where people live will be created as of spring 2014 on a 30,000 square metre site on Yorckstraße and the corner of Möckernstraße. The project is the largest passive house project in the German capital and is characterised by an integrated planning approach that takes both social and ecological aspects into consideration.

Additional value

  • Client's workload eased thanks to in-house experts
  • Professional consulting on individual issues with a view of the big picture
  • Facilitated efficient project communication

Project data

Client:

Möckernkiez eG, Berlin

Architects:

Baufrösche Architekten und Stadtplaner GmbH, Berlin; BE Berlin GmbH; Rolf Disch SolarArchitektur, Freiburg; roedig . schop architekten GbR, Berlin; Schulte-Frohlinde Architekten, Berlin

Location:

Berlin, Germany

Size of total area:

approx. 30,000 m²

Total gross floor space:

approx. 65,000 m²

Size of commercial areas:

7,000 m²

Housing units:

approx. 420

Individual services

  • Project control and project lead function
  • Facility management and energy consulting
  • Technical and economic controlling
  • Support in the acquisition of follow-up land
  • Consulting on requirements management and communication processes

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