Where Hamburg is most beautiful, in a premium location on the Binnenalster, lies the trading station Ballindamm number 17, the historic warehouse district and modern HafenCity just a few minutes’ walk away. The heart of the shopping city pulsates in the immediate vicinity with the Europa-Passage as a customer magnet.

The building was designed and built in 1901-05 for the shipping company A.C. de Freitas by the renowned team of archi­tects Lundt & Kallmorgen, the extension of the building and the relay floor were added in 1921 according to a design by Eduard Theil.
The historic façade including the four-metre-high group of figures “Mining, Trade, Industry” has been preserved to this day and, like the neigh­bouring Ballin House of the Hapag shipping company, is one of the most beautiful examples of Hamburg’s Kontorhaus architecture.

Now the building is to be completely gutted and revitalised.

Data & Information

Location: Hamburg City
Area: 13.150 sqm
Usage: Office, Catering
Final­i­sation: End of 2020
Architect: HS Architekten

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