HWF's Commercial and Industrial Areas
Industrial site Billbrook / Rothenburgsort
Hamburg is turning its focus to the east and is inviting to join the debate on development perspectives. The economic potential of the industrial site Billbrook and Rothenburgsort is to be further strengthened to create modern and sustainable jobs.
New companies are to be attracted to commercial and industrial areas in Billbrook and Rothenburgsort by sharpening their profiles and enhancing urban qualities to remain magnets for modern industrial companies.
The IBA Hamburg GmbH and the HWF have been commissioned to develop an action plan to modernize and revitalize the area by the Ministry of Economy, Traffic, and Innovation (short BWVI) . A website has been launched to accompany the process and to stimulate dialogue.
At www.industriestandort-billbrook.de, you will find information about the location, the urban development concept and the relevant players involved. At the same time, the website is an invitation for dialogue. Frank Horch, Hamburg Minister of Economy, Transport, and Innovation: "Hamburg has to increase its efforts in providing space to industrial companies to grow. They are the ones that are investing into projects securing the future. In Hamburg's east, we will create a home for the industry 4.0. With our new online presence, we launched an info platform to initiate dialogue." © IBA Hamburg 2014
Neuland Logistics Park
HWF develops and promotes new custom-made commercial and industrial areas on behalf of the city. HWF is responsible for the organization, guidance, and control of the project. It is the first point of contact of potential investors and future user and acts as interface for politics, administration, and the public.
Together with the ReGe Hamburg HWF currently develops in the south of Hamburg the industrial site of Harburg-Neuland for logistics.
The future logistics park is to secure and create jobs as well as contribute to the strengthening of the economic power of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. Conveniently located next to the federal motorway A1, the logistics park at Hamburg's southern gateway will be developed as a model project of climate protection.
The concept transcends the bare compliance of the Energy Saving Ordinance. It rather tries to meet ambitious environmental concerns by the sustainable construction of halls and facilities as well as the use of renewable energies and the considerate handling of precipitation.