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Research and innovation

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Hamburg - a Center of science


Scientific excellence and a high level of innovation activity are key factors for Hamburg in remaining competitive as a science and business location and in retaining the city’s sound economic basis. These two factors generate innovations and new enterprises, which, in turn, guarantee future success by contributing to a strong industry sector, a strong research sector, and fruitful collaboration between science and industry. To ensure Hamburg’s future as a centre of science, the Hamburg Senate has set itself the task of reviewing and enhancing framework conditions for innovation and startups on an ongoing basis. As part of these efforts, Hamburg is currently creating a network of four research parks, which are each in different development stages and which each have been equipped with a scientific anchor institution, thus laying the foundations for Hamburg’s future success as a science location.





In Hamburg, there are two different types of Research and Innovation locations:






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Detailed information about the research facilities


Found 4 projects

1. Innovation Park Altona

Belegenheit: Vorhornweg | Luruper Hauptstraße, 22547 Hamburg

Vermarktbare Fläche: 6-8 ha

Eigentümer: Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg, einzelne Privateigentümer

Hochbaureife: Start 2. Quartal 2018

2. Innovation Park Bergedorf

Belegenheit: Östlich Curslacker Neuer Deich, 21029 Hamburg

Vermarktbare Fläche: ca. 20 ha

Eiegntümer: Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg, private Eigentümer

Hochbaureife: voraussichtlich 2021

3. Innovation Park Finkenwerder

Belegenheit: Hein-Saß-Stieg, 21129 Hamburg

Vermarktbare Fläche: Vermarktung abgeschlossen

Eigentümer: Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg

Technologiefokus: Luftfahrt

4. Innovation Park Harburg

Belegenheit: Schlachthofstrasse, 21079 Hamburg

Vermarktbare Fläche: ca. 6-20 ha

Eigentümer: Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg

Hochbaureife: voraussichtlich 2019