On 26 February 2019, the Senate approved the masterplan for Hamburg's 105th district: Oberbillwerder. Around 7,000 apartments in various typologies and up to 5,000 jobs will be created on 124 hectares of land from the 2020s onwards. A lively district will develop showcasing innovative mobility concepts and modern, energy-autonomous forms of living and working will be realized.
Dr. Dorothee Stapelfeldt, Senator for Urban Development and Housing: “With the design of ”the Connected City” (ADEPT ApS + Karres en Brands) the jury has selected a forward-looking concept for Oberbillwerder. We want to create a district that shows us what Hamburg should look like in the future. Oberbillwerder should stand for the pleasure of designing, with the possibility to design a lively and urban, future-oriented district as part of our strategy ”Mehr Stadt an neuen Orten” in a beautiful natural and cultural landscape.”
Rendering: ADEPT + Karres en Brands