The Timber Port is a sustainable and ESG-compliant timber hybrid office tower being developed in Düsseldorf's prominent and prospering Medienhafen. The focus of the project is to create a working environment that is beneficial to users and to reduce the building's carbon footprint. With extremely flexible office space on around 10,000 m² of gross floor area, the space requirements of both small and large tenants are to be covered. Parking spaces for electric cars are provided in the basement.
The high-rise building is located opposite the Trivago headquarters and "The Cradle", as well as in the direct vicinity of internationally active companies such as Uniper, Ecovacs Europe, NOER LLP, Regus and HHP Architekten.
The Timber Peak in the former customs port of Mainz is outstanding in many aspects. Its unique waterfront location and award-winning modern architecture make it the premier address on the Rhine. In one of the tallest timber-hybrid high-rises in Rhineland-Palatinate you can enjoy a panoramic view over the river and into the old town. Light-flooded workspaces that are as smart as they are cosy, combined with green roof terraces and a lively forecourt, create a completely new working atmosphere. The timber hybrid project Timber Peak on the grounds of former customs port will use about 900 m³ cross laminated timber and 150 m³ glued laminated timber for a total of approx. 9,500 m² gross floor area.
The floor deck system of the twelve-storey building will be built as a wood-concrete composite with visible timber underside. It is supported by the reinforced concrete building core, while the load from the facade is transferred to visible timber columns.
The Flösserhof is currently under development in the former Mainz customs harbour, directly on the harbour basin. This residential complex will be the site for 92 apartments surrounded on three sides by water. With their clinker facade, the building reflects the history and architecture of the old Mainz customs port. Plans include the construction of roughly 92 condominiums, three of which will be designed as townhouses.
An ensemble comprising apartments and commercial space is currently under development in the former Mainz customs harbour, on the old harbour basin. Surrounded on three sides by water, it transforms maritime flair into reality. With its clinker facade, the building reflects the history and architecture of the old Mainz customs port. Forty-five condominiums are planned, including five as townhouses. Construction is expected to start in mid-2020.
The project in Gmunderstrasse with roughly 525 units also includes two day-care centres and over 520 parking spaces. The location in Obersendling, which was previously an important commercial location for the Bavarian capital, has become increasingly attractive as a residential area in recent years. Many Munich residents value the close proximity to the Isar River and fast connections to the inner city via underground and rapid transit railway. UBM, Rock Capital and Baywobau share the project development on an almost equal basis.
At Baubergerstraße, a mixed-use quarter with production, commercial courtyard, offices and retail is being built on 28,000 square metres. The site is part of a prospering district that is experiencing enormous demand due to a number of property developments in the immediate vicinity. The aim is to achieve an optimal mix of uses in the development. High sustainability standards are set in the quarter through timber hybrid construction and climate-friendly energy supply.
Frankfurt's first office building in wood hybrid construction! A working atmosphere to feel good in and a CO₂ balance that is something to be proud of. The Timber Pioneer's wood-hybrid construction makes health and sustainability in the workplace the new state of the art.
We bring nature into the apartment. The apartments in Thule 48 are designed to be bright, transparent and urban. Living and relaxing is at the heart of the 2- and 3-room apartments, where large, floor-to-ceiling sliding window elements allow the living room to be transformed into a terrace.
The "nico" is well received. A smart office building with highly efficient and flexible usage options is being developed in the Lyon Quarter. Special emphasis is placed on modern equipment, transparency and smart building technology to meet all the requirements of the new working world. A strong electric mobility offer and solar energy generation round off the sustainable design. Highlights of the "nico" are the loggias in each rental unit and the landscaped plaza, which provides a communicative meeting place and fresh air for all users.
UBM is developing the F.A.Z. Tower in Frankfurt's sought-after Europaviertel. The architecturally impressive large-scale project will be the new headquarters of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (F.A.Z.). A further 15,000 m² of office space will be created in an adjacent building section. The project was designed by the Berlin architectural firm Eike Becker_Architekten.
An extraordinary ensemble of a listed building and a new building in the centre of Berlin. Classic historic building meets modern, dynamic design in the new building. High-quality features in both parts, almost all apartments have a balcony or terrace. 6 small commercial units are located on the ground floor of the new building.
A comfortable budget hotel is under construction in Mainz's former customs harbour. Typical harbour-style architectonic features ensure the project will fit in perfectly with the surroundings. On the ground floor, 2 or 3 commercial units will be available. Energy efficiency and sustainability are given top priority and are backed by a targeted DGNB Silver certification.
Modern apartments are under development at a prominent location on Rotterdam Square directly at the harbour basin and near the banks of the Rhine. Terraces, loggias, private gardens and a green inner courtyard round out the project. The 82 varied residential units have individual sizes and floor plan layouts.
Embedded in plenty of green, these six town-houses form a spacious residential complex. Lively facades and vertical gardens set the stage for retreats with plenty of fresh air, sun and green- and all this in the heart of the city. Modern floor plans with units of approx. 45 m² to approx. 125 m² with 1-4 rooms offer the right concept for everyone. KfW Energy Efficiency House 55 in accordance with the EnEV Directive (2016) is envisaged and represents the outstanding sustainability of the project.
In the historic inner city area of Potsdam, the capital of Brandenburg, UBM Development developed a hotel and flat project in cooperation with a family office. Conveniently located on the street Am Kanal, the hotel offers space for 198 rooms on five upper floors. On the ground floor, guests are welcomed in a spacious and open lobby and breakfast area.
Along Französische Straße 126 flats have been created. Guests and flat users can park their vehicles in the basement. DGNB Gold certification is being sought.
New head office of Zalando, which sets new standards in architecture and technical equipment. Showroom, auditorium for events, open work spaces, recreational areas, kindergarten, food court, underground car park - all in a central location in Berlin. The building received a DGNB gold certificate.
The largest Holiday Inn Express hotel in Germany has been built at Moskauer Straße 30 in Düsseldorf. A modern metal façade with eye-catching elements will dominate the Erkrather Straße/Moskauer Straße intersection. The hotel has received a DGNB certificate in gold. The modern and spacious Holiday Inn Express lobby concept has been welcoming guests since November 2021.
The project is characterised by urban industrial architecture with clinker facade and a loft character. Residents can enjoy the community roof garden. All apartments are built with modern features with multi-layer parquet and underfloor heating. The project is yet quietly located in a green but also in a lively district.
Two connected hotels with facades in traditional clinker style are currently under development at a central location on the Eiffestrasse. Both hotels with open lobby will be built to meet high quality sustainability demands.
The Holiday Inn is located close to Alexander Square - with its landmark television tower, one of the most popular meeting places for visitors to Berlin. This 185-room hotel is the first project to realise the new generation "4 Design Guidelines".
This seven-storey hotel is one of the largest of its type in Europe. It is conveniently situated in the Neuhausen district of Munich. The bar area near the facade on Friedenheimer Bridge is a popular meeting point not only for the hotel's guests, but also for passers-by.
Former industrial estate in the west of Munich, which was rededicated by Münchner Grund in partnership with Baywobau Immobilien AG. Subsidized and privately financed condominium construction and subsidized rental flats with 1 - 5-room apartments ranging from 34-129 m² in two stages. Functional floor plans with open kitchens, oak floors, underfloor heating, floor-level showers etc.
The Leuchtenbergring Office is part of a newly created building ensemble consisting of hotel, retail and offices in the heart of the Munich district of Haidhausen. In addition to the high-quality office standard and a generous green roof garden with a high quality of stay, the good location with excellent transport connections and local supply ensures that the LEED Gold certified building is quickly fully let.
This contemporary, ecologically oriented design hotel is located in close proximity to the main railway station and 10-15 walking minutes from the old city centre and exhibition grounds. The rooms have a comfortable and warm atmosphere due to the natural materials used and create a relaxed atmosphere for business and leisure travellers.
This modern design hotel in the Sendlig district is an optimal location for business travellers as well as tourists. Good underground connections provide convenient access to the exhibition grounds and inner city. In addition to a restaurant, bar and underground garage, the "Angelo" also has eight conference rooms.
The Leuchtenbergring project involves the extension of the existing hotel to include an additional 131 rooms, a fitness area and space for the current service areas. The green roof garden will give tenants and guests a welcome place to relax and enjoy the sun. The adjoining new building will house high-quality office and retail space. The many users will also benefit from perfect airport connections and local amenities.