Urban Ports Waterfront Seminar Santander14 April 2011HafenCity HamburgReinventing a Downtown Area on the WaterfrontHape Sc...
City State of HamburgPopulationMetropolitan area: 4.25 mio.City: 1.77 mio.Total area: 755,3 km²Port 73,9 km²land and water...
OUTLINE1. The Urban transformation: Urban Regeneration and New Urbanity2. Linking New Urbanity and Ecological sustainabili...
„HAFENCITY“ IN 1880: HARBOUR AND INDUSTRY
HAFENCITY (ABOUT 1995): AN UNDERUSED HARBOUR AREA
HAFENCITY: REDEFINING THE IDEA OF A „NEW DOWNTOWN“HafenCity Masterplan 2000 157 ha area Waterfront: 10.5 kilometers Ce...
HAFENCITY TRANSFORMATIONS
WHAT MAKES “A GOOD CITY” FORM ?
OUTLINE1. The Urban transformation: Urban Regeneration and New Urbanity2. Linking New Urbanity and Ecological sustainabili...
culture/entertainmentfacilities2.5 mio. visitors p.a.places ofconsumptionÜberseequartierappr. 14 mio visitors p.a.andretai...
ECOLOGICAL SUSTAINABILITYConversionof AreasInner-city locationsCity StructureDense mixtureModal Split Public TransportNet ...
ResidentialOfficeGastronomyRetail / ServicesCultureSpecial UsesDevelopment Under WaySpecial Use on 1st FloorBUILDINGS: PUB...
ResidentialOfficeGastronomyRetail / ServicesCultureSpecial UsesDevelopment Under WaySpecial Use on 1st FloorBUILDINGS: PUB...
PUBLIC GROUND FLOOR MIX-USE
PUBLIC SPACES AS URBAN ENCOUNTER SPACES
PUBLIC SPACES AS CULTURAL ENCOUNTER SPACES
HIGH URBAN DENSITY IN DIFFERENT QUARTERS OFHAFENCITY (FSR): EFFICIENT LAND USELand Area (western part of HafenCity):Traffi...
COMPARED WITH THE EXISTING INNERCITY:
CLIMATE ADAPTATION: ECO-DENSITY AND A „BLUE“MICROCLIMATE
HAFENCITY HAMBURG: A NEW URBAN TOPOGRAPHYStreetscapeGreenscape• pocket parks• parks• landscape elementsWaterscape• promena...
WALKABLE CITY
A NEW MIXED USE CITY AS „WALKABLE CITY“
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: UNDERGROUND (OPENS IN 2012) /FUEL CELL BUSES / FERRIES
NEW STREETSCAPE AND LAND SAVING INTEGRATION OFUNDERGROUND PARKING AS FLOOD PROTECTION
OUTLINE1. The Urban transformation: Urban Regeneration and New Urbanity2. Linking New Urbanity and Ecological sustainabili...
Western HafenCity:District heating systemlocally completed with :1. Solar Heating2. Fuel Cells3. CHP units(CO2-Benchmark:1...
SUSTAINABLE BUILDING FEATURESEco Label Categories1. Sustainable use of energy ressources2. Sustainable use of public goods...
MODEL PROJECTS FOR SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS:HCU / UNILEVER / GREENPEACE / SPIEGEL
CORPORATE HEADQUARTER UNILEVER:LINKING URBANITY AND SUSTAINABILITYCategory 1• Primary energy demand below100 kWh/m²a• Tran...
Category 1 / 4:• use of energy-efficient LEDlamps in its work space:-> up to 90 percent less powerconsumption, reduction o...
CORPORATE HEADQUARTER UNILEVER:LINKING PUBLIC SPACE WITH SUSTAINABILITYCategory 2• Atrium open to visitors all day/night• ...
OUTLINE1. The Urban transformation: Urban Regeneration and New Urbanity2. Linking New Urbanity and Ecological sustainabili...
Private / Public SectorHafenCity Hamburg GmbH (Quango)a) - Acts as land owner ofspecial asset “city and port”- Finances it...
differentiated develop-ment of open spacesdifferentiated develop-ment of sub-districtsHAFENCITY GOVERNANCE AND INTEGRATED ...
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION !Hape SchneiderExecutive AssistantHafenCity Hamburg GmbH
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  1. 1. Urban Ports Waterfront Seminar Santander14 April 2011HafenCity HamburgReinventing a Downtown Area on the WaterfrontHape SchneiderExecutive Assistant
  2. 2. City State of HamburgPopulationMetropolitan area: 4.25 mio.City: 1.77 mio.Total area: 755,3 km²Port 73,9 km²land and waterHafenCity 1,5 km²land and waterEconomic Drivers- Port (third important in Europe)- Civil aviation industry(third largest plant in the world)- strong mixed economy withemphasis on tradingHAMBURG - CITY AND HAFENCITY
  3. 3. OUTLINE1. The Urban transformation: Urban Regeneration and New Urbanity2. Linking New Urbanity and Ecological sustainability:2.1 New Sustainable Urban Structure and Mobility2.2 Sustainable Heat Supply and Construction3. Integrated Urban Development: Governance and Management
  4. 4. „HAFENCITY“ IN 1880: HARBOUR AND INDUSTRY
  5. 5. HAFENCITY (ABOUT 1995): AN UNDERUSED HARBOUR AREA
  6. 6. HAFENCITY: REDEFINING THE IDEA OF A „NEW DOWNTOWN“HafenCity Masterplan 2000 157 ha area Waterfront: 10.5 kilometers Central city area enlargement by 40%
  7. 7. HAFENCITY TRANSFORMATIONS
  8. 8. WHAT MAKES “A GOOD CITY” FORM ?
  9. 9. OUTLINE1. The Urban transformation: Urban Regeneration and New Urbanity2. Linking New Urbanity and Ecological sustainability:2.1 New Sustainable Urban Structure and Mobility2.2 Sustainable Heat Supply and Construction3. Integrated Urban Development: Governance and Management
  10. 10. culture/entertainmentfacilities2.5 mio. visitors p.a.places ofconsumptionÜberseequartierappr. 14 mio visitors p.a.andretail/gastronomy60.000 m² (in the core)public spaces10.5 km promenades,urban and water places,green (parks)27 haresidential and officeusage12,000 residents,more than 45,000 jobssocialinstitutions andnetworksknowledge milieu(HafenCity University,Kühne LogisticsUniversity)ca. 2,3 Mio. m² GFSTHE URBANITY OF A „NEW DOWNTOWN“
  11. 11. ECOLOGICAL SUSTAINABILITYConversionof AreasInner-city locationsCity StructureDense mixtureModal Split Public TransportNet density and quality(bikes, pedestrians)Resource efficient stationarytraffic (flood protection)Mobility StructureCO2-Benchmarkdecentral systemsTechnology open systemsregenerative energy sourcesHeat Supply„ConsumerBehaviour “e-mobilitySmart gridsSmart meteringetc.SustainableConstructionCertification:5 levels of resourceefficiencyTechnology openbenchmark
  12. 12. ResidentialOfficeGastronomyRetail / ServicesCultureSpecial UsesDevelopment Under WaySpecial Use on 1st FloorBUILDINGS: PUBLIC ENCOUNTER CAPACITYMIXTURE OF USAGES - SECOND FLOOR
  13. 13. ResidentialOfficeGastronomyRetail / ServicesCultureSpecial UsesDevelopment Under WaySpecial Use on 1st FloorBUILDINGS: PUBLIC ENCOUNTER CAPACITYMIXTURE OF USAGES - GROUND FLOOR
  14. 14. PUBLIC GROUND FLOOR MIX-USE
  15. 15. PUBLIC SPACES AS URBAN ENCOUNTER SPACES
  16. 16. PUBLIC SPACES AS CULTURAL ENCOUNTER SPACES
  17. 17. HIGH URBAN DENSITY IN DIFFERENT QUARTERS OFHAFENCITY (FSR): EFFICIENT LAND USELand Area (western part of HafenCity):Traffic areasFootprint of BuildingsPublic SpacesPrivate Spaces: publicly accessible(at least way-leave)Private Spaces: open spacesWater Area (western part of HafenCity)Public Spaces on the water
  18. 18. COMPARED WITH THE EXISTING INNERCITY:
  19. 19. CLIMATE ADAPTATION: ECO-DENSITY AND A „BLUE“MICROCLIMATE
  20. 20. HAFENCITY HAMBURG: A NEW URBAN TOPOGRAPHYStreetscapeGreenscape• pocket parks• parks• landscape elementsWaterscape• promenades• terraces• floating plazas• squares
  21. 21. WALKABLE CITY
  22. 22. A NEW MIXED USE CITY AS „WALKABLE CITY“
  23. 23. PUBLIC TRANSPORT: UNDERGROUND (OPENS IN 2012) /FUEL CELL BUSES / FERRIES
  24. 24. NEW STREETSCAPE AND LAND SAVING INTEGRATION OFUNDERGROUND PARKING AS FLOOD PROTECTION
  25. 25. OUTLINE1. The Urban transformation: Urban Regeneration and New Urbanity2. Linking New Urbanity and Ecological sustainability:2.1 New Sustainable Urban Structure and Mobility2.2 Sustainable Heat Supply and Construction3. Integrated Urban Development: Governance and Management
  26. 26. Western HafenCity:District heating systemlocally completed with :1. Solar Heating2. Fuel Cells3. CHP units(CO2-Benchmark:175 g / kWh, Contract2003)41 Fuel Cell technology(Methane from biogassources)2. Low-temperature boiler forpeak loads11. Wood-fired boiler(recycling wood of„Grossmarkt“ andother sources)2. Low-temperature boilerfor peak loads231. Heat Pumps(Heat source: river water, power source: Fuel Cell orCHP)2. Low-temperature boiler for peak loadsSupply Area Eastern HafenCity:CO2-Benchmark: 89 g / kWh (Contract 2009)HAFENCITY EAST (> 1 Mio. m² GFS): NEW STANDARDS FORCENTRAL HEATING SUPPLY (CO2-BENCHMARK 89 g/kWh)
  27. 27. SUSTAINABLE BUILDING FEATURESEco Label Categories1. Sustainable use of energy ressources2. Sustainable use of public goods3. Use of environmentally friendly building materials4. Special consideration for environment, comfort andhealth protection5. Sustainable Facility ManagementUsage of Competition and Market Processes• awarding of an eco-label and confering an environmentalaward• certification of buildings• promotion of energy efficient buildings in case of exclusiveoptions or/and the sale of plots under competitive marketconditions
  28. 28. MODEL PROJECTS FOR SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS:HCU / UNILEVER / GREENPEACE / SPIEGEL
  29. 29. CORPORATE HEADQUARTER UNILEVER:LINKING URBANITY AND SUSTAINABILITYCategory 1• Primary energy demand below100 kWh/m²a• Transparent building membraneprovides shelter from wind andallows the implementation oflow-tech solutions:conventional sun protectiondevices and windows can beopened individually in spite ofthe strong winds
  30. 30. Category 1 / 4:• use of energy-efficient LEDlamps in its work space:-> up to 90 percent less powerconsumption, reduction of thethermal load in the building by70 percent,• Concrete core cooling extractedfrom the ground water• Heat exchangers making energyavailable that would otherwisehave been lost• Open space concept: hoheracoustic comfort by noiseabsorbing double-floorconstructionCORPORATE HEADQUARTER UNILEVER:EFFICIENT ENERGY USE AND COMFORTABLE ENVIRONMENT
  31. 31. CORPORATE HEADQUARTER UNILEVER:LINKING PUBLIC SPACE WITH SUSTAINABILITYCategory 2• Atrium open to visitors all day/night• Public uses at the ground floor level(Dove Spa, Unilever Shop)• Public café und staff canteen along theriverfront• Green roof• Greywater system• No heavy metal pollution intowaterbodies• waterless urinals
  32. 32. OUTLINE1. The Urban transformation: Urban Regeneration and New Urbanity2. Linking New Urbanity and Ecological sustainability:2.1 New Sustainable Urban Structure and Mobility2.2 Sustainable Heat Supply and Construction3. Integrated Urban Development: Governance and Management
  33. 33. Private / Public SectorHafenCity Hamburg GmbH (Quango)a) - Acts as land owner ofspecial asset “city and port”- Finances its activitiesfrom land sales- Acts as master developerb) Activities- development planning- plans and builds infrastructure(streets, bridges, quay walls)- public spaces(promenades, parks)- acquires investors,property sales- organizes communication,marketingHAFENCITY HAMBURG:PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND GOVERNANCE STRUCTURECity State of Hamburga) State Commission approvals:- development plans- land salesb) Prepares and grants:- development plans- urban design (guidelines)- building permitsc) Finances and builds, partlyas public-private joint venture:- schools- university- concert hall- science centre- subwayPrivate Sectora) Private and institutionaldevelopers and investors- development ofindividual sites(exceptionÜberseequartier:central retail area,16 buildings)
  34. 34. differentiated develop-ment of open spacesdifferentiated develop-ment of sub-districtsHAFENCITY GOVERNANCE AND INTEGRATED URBANDEVELOPMENTStructure ofMarkets(Real Estate)Price Level(€ / m² BGF)(building plots)Structure ofPlanningmasterplanas flexible matrix• different mix of uses in thesingle sub-districts• specials sites for specialprojects• ground floor height of 5 msignificant role of publicinvestmentproduction of public goodsdominance of privateinvestments;strong regulation of markets• Segmentation of Markets• Diversification of Institutions• Control of Risk and Competition• Cooperation strategy- pre-sale Cooperation- post-sale Cooperationresidential commercial retails/ rest. special projects200320032003201020102010(for subareas)2010Free Market PricesInfluenced Market PricesExplanation:
  35. 35. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION !Hape SchneiderExecutive AssistantHafenCity Hamburg GmbH

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