Bergedorfer Straße / Kurt-A.-Körber-Chaussee 2, 21033 Hamburg
Gateway to Bergedorf
Situated in the southeast of Hamburg, sharing borders with the federal states Schleswig-Holstein and Lower Saxony, the district of Bergedorf is undergoing a pleasant change.
Bergedorf is Hamburg’s largest district, but has the smallest population. It offers a lot in the fields of leisure activities, local recreation and high-quality residential areas. Moreover, especially in recent years, it has seen positive growth rates for trade and commerce. As a result, young families in particular find Bergedorf an attractive place to live and work. The district is characterised by its pedestrian area flanked by medieval buildings; it is the site of Hamburg’s only palace and is surrounded by the Vier- und Marschlande, one of Germany’s unique cultural landscapes, which has been cultivated by man for centuries.
The site awaiting development is situated in a central location near the city centre, at the entrance to Bergedorf’s urban area. It has good access via the B5 trunk road and the railway station is in close proximity. Additionally, the site lies within residential and commercial areas.
Suitable utilisation concepts to strengthen the neighbourhood will be developed for the site. They will be based on the requirements for both the whole city and the local area, and will be defined in close cooperation with the relevant decision makers and authorities.