Over the next few years, a lively, urban commercial district in Humboldthain, Berlin Mitte will be constructed, covering an area of nine football pitches.
We're actively involving members of the public to participate in the process, by helping to identify a common approach to what should be developed on the site.
On this site, you can find out more about the plans for Quartier Am Humboldthain and the "Open Development" process, in which we aim to develop through facilitated workshops a forward-looking and sustainable utilization concept as a solid foundation for the development of the district.
The workshops are just one part of our "Open Development" process, that works towards joint solutions within the framework of consensus.
In conjunction with Berlin residents as well as representatives from local authorities, politics, science and commerce, we aim to develop an animated, urban city district in the heart of the Brunnenviertel. Information and available dates for participating in the workshops can be found on this website.
We look forward to hearing your questions and suggestions.
Over the next few years, a lively, urban commercial district in Humboldthain, Berlin Mitte will be constructed, covering an area of nine football pitches. Find out more about the planned Am Humboldthain neighborhood and take part in the “Open Project Development”, in which a sustainable utilization concept will be developed together with you in moderated
8th June 2021, Berlin: Coros has been developing the Quartier am Humboldthain (QAH) in Berlin Mitte for nearly a year now. Yesterday, the “Open Development” process began with Büro Dr. Vogel GmbH. The district is located on Gustav-Meyer-Allee, south of Volkspark Humboldthain. The site was acquired in 2019 with its current assets. On the former
Workshops for the development of the Quartier am Humboldthain began in June with the first session of experts. This is the first of several workshops with both expert stakeholders and residents. Over the next few months, all requirements, suggestions and desires for the quarter will be discussed and developed. Together with residents and stakeholders from