Hamburg – The demolition of the German house of 1929 is in full swing!
Yesterday, large parts of the facade fell on the Valentinskamp. Powerful demolition scissors ate 160 tons of pressure through the old steel beams and walls.
Torben Schneuer (43), project manager of the ABG developer: "In October, 34,000 square meters of floor area were demolished, in the summer of 2020, construction of the building."
The star architect Hadi Teherani (65 years old) designed the model, maintained by the rounded facade of the historic building. New: an atrium 34 meters high with palm trees of 20 meters as on a dream ship. On the ground floor, draw shops, restaurants.
As good-btp.com learned in industrial circles, the Deutschlandhaus could become the new media headquarters in Hamburg.
The media company Frank Otto (including "HHzwei", "Delta Radio") would intend to merge its Hamburg-based companies and its heritage into the Gänsemarkt.
This includes the withdrawal of the television channel "HH1" from Rothenbaumchaussee and "Radio Hamburg" from Spitaler Straße. A new glassy radio studio is also planned on the Gänsemarkt, as it used to do on the Speersort.
The new German house costing nearly 300 million euros is expected to be completed by mid-2022.