46 ha of project area (of which 29 ha on the former airport grounds)
More than 5,000 residential units for more than 10,000 residents
Floor area ratio (FAR): 2.5 with individual high points
Location: between Kurt-Schumacher-Platz (in the east), airport tunnel (west), Sternstraße housing development (north), Kurt-Schumacher-Damm (south) Neighboring districts: Cité Pasteur 18 ha, TXL Nord 30 ha with a total of 4,000 residential units
The new “Berlin mix” offers areas for housing, retail, services, and non-disruptive business activity.
There will be more than 5,000 residential units of different types:
50% multi-story residential construction (predominantly rental apartments) by state-owned housing construction companies – prospectively degewo, GESOBAU, Gewobag
40% various residential types, built by cooperatives and private construction groups
10% student housing
Share of subsidized rents: approximately 35-40%
In addition, there will be two schools as well as sports and youth facilities on an education campus.
The range of facilities is complemented by six daycare centers.
Schumacher Quartier as Smart City
Model project: Schumacher Quartier is the project of reference in Berlin for climate- adapted and water-sensitive urban development.
Mobility concept: Schumacher Quartier becomes a car-free district with its own bicycle lanes and bicycle highways. District garages on the outskirts serve as mobility hubs with provision for public transportation, bike- and car-sharing, and e-mobility. In addition, the innovation park will be connected to the regional network for cycling and public transportation.
Energy concept: A low-energy network, unique in the world for its size, supplies Berlin TXL with sustainable heating and cooling. The result is a digitalized marketplace for thermal energy with prosumers, who both consume and produce energy.
FUTR Hub: A networked digital infrastructure will be built in Berlin TXL with the FUTR Hub high-performance IT platform. Urban data will be integrated into the FUTR Hub for smart environmental monitoring, traffic, and energy and rainwater management, as well as intelligent control systems for technical infrastructure, and the processes for facility management at the site will be mapped.
Sustainable construction: The aim is to be certified according to the criteria of the DGNB (German Sustainable Building Council). Moreover, with Schumacher Quartier the largest timber-constructed district in the world will become a reality.
In Schumacher Quartier and the immediate vicinity there will be around 30 hectares of public green spaces, playgrounds, and public squares, for example a district park for the residents.
Landscaping west of Schumacher Quartier close to 200 ha will be incorporated into the existing local recreation area on the far side of the former airport grounds and offers space for sport and play as well as discovering nature for all Berlin residents.
A landscape park forms the transition between the Urban Tech Republic and the adjacent Schumacher Quartier district to the east.
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