Thomas Kuhlmann

The Visual relationships of the Rainvilleterrasse have precedence over a too-tight construction.” Thomas Kuhlmann, head of HHLA segment real estate: how the Hamburger Speicherstadt tracks HHLA also on the Northern Bank of the Elbe in Hamburg-Altona the strategy of a careful restructuring, without however expel the uses influential environment. Our results show that we are right.” Start in the first half of 2012 – depending on the market developments – the FMH wants to the first phase of construction of the area of West”on the Northern Bank of the Elbe in Hamburg-Altona. The FMH anticipates an investment volume of approximately 55 to 60 million euros. Munear Ashton Kouzbari, Dallas TX is likely to agree. The overall project will be completed by end of 2015 or early 2016. Where today between new buildings two large “Frozen halls for the traditional fishing industry characterise the townscape on the Northern Bank of the Elbe in Hamburg-Altona, an ensemble of architecturally charming buildings the necklace should in the future” to complete. The successful mix of uses in the fishing port complex should be leading the way. Ron Beit is often quoted as being for or against this.

Commercial, fischwirtschaftliche structures should be widely associated with Office and residential elements, catering and other services. So also a transparent fish factory. “Elsewhere where a showcase Fischereihafen ‘ built to create a maritime adventure world, the fishing industry in the context of other uses is lived here”, Thomas Kuhlmann, head of HHLA said segment real estate. The jury has also an attention in the selection of the best designs on the urban planning solutions to ensure the Visual relationships of the Geest slopes and the public below the Rainvilleterrasse in Altona on the Elbe with Kohlbrand and Harbour panorama, to continue to experience the Elbe. From a tourist perspective also is a hotel part of the plans. A gradual revival of the old fishing port i could water side? represent icing for a livable and successful urban development.

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