The first harbour quay is only one U-Bahn stop away, and a short walk takes you to Rathausmarkt, Jungfernstieg and the Inner Alster. There is also a lot going on in the surrounding area. Right next to Rödingsmarkt, one of Europe’s largest urban development projects is transforming an entire neighbourhood. Thanks to a series of extensive building, service, and marketing measures, it is set to become an even livelier part of Hamburg’s city centre. Nowadays, it already acts as a link between the Elbe and the Alster, connecting HafenCity and the shopping district.
The property offers more than just an outstanding and promising location in Hamburg’s city centre. In fact, this place is regarded as the cradle of the merchant city of Hamburg that marks the gateway from the port into the city. In the neighbourhood, historic office buildings known as “Kontorhäuser” are a testament to the history of this area.