Kraftwerk Bille in Hamburg-Hammerbrook – new office space within historic walls
Following the renewal of the Elbe islands and the Harburg inland port, the central location of Hammerbrook is becoming the focus of Hamburg's urban planning and part of a long-term development project in eastern Hamburg. The proximity to the city center, the attractive waterfront location and the numerous green spaces make the Bille power plant the center of this development. By 2024, the Bille power plant will be carefully but sustainably renovated and revitalized with exciting content.
AN INDUSTRY CLASSIC,
WITH A NEW
AND MODERN TWIST.
Kraftwerk Bille is located in Hamburg’s Hammerbrook district, which is shaped by history and new
creative endeavours. Here, where the Alster–Bille–Elbe green corridor bridges the gap between bustling business and urban nature, Hamburg’s city centre is just a stone’s throw away – and yet Hammerbrook is exceptionally independent and original.
new ans fresh ideas.
Five buildings steeped in history, which represent aunique ensemble by the water: welcome to Kraftwerk Bille. With a total useful area of approx. 22,000 m2, the door is wide open to creative thinkers and innovative companies
Kraftwerk Bille was built between 1899 and 1901 as the fourth coal-fired power plant of Hamburgische Electricitäts-Werke in Hamburg and was connected to the grid on 15 August 1901. The property is a rare historical relic in today’s industrial district of Hammerbrook.
The transformer plant, transformer hall and coal works offer almost unlimited scope for developing your business and your office. The customisable spaces, with their different sizes, offer every conceivable opportunity for companies that want to set the course for the future at Kraftwerk Bille
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