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The high-calibre jury’s final vote on the four works featured in the final of the competition was clear: “They all include some very interesting proposed solutions. Weighing up the relative utilisation concepts, urban development qualities and purchase price offers, a clear final decision was made in favour of Landmarken AG,” as announced by the jury, headed by Prof. Dr. Ing. Franz Pesch from the University of Stuttgart.
|Project type & status||Awarded contract as the preferred bidder during the competition procedure / New building, under development|
|Location||Münster main train station – east side on Bremer Platz|
|Floors & area||approx. 28,000 m2 gross floor space over 6 floors and 1 storey of underground parking|
|Use & tenants||Residential, hotel, trade, market hall, public bicycle garage, underground parking garage and Deutsche Bahn (DB) recycling centre|
|Contact partner||Christian Hehemann (Project Manager), Jan Grzesik (Technical Project Manager)|
“The joint design with the Aachen-based architects kadawittfeldarchitektur impresses with its inviting architectural design and integration of new structures into the urban space, with the implementation of quality amenity and traffic routing as well as new uses for local citizens and rail customers,” the jury’s judgment states. The wide-ranging expertise of Landmarken AG in retail, residential, office and specialist properties and its clear commitment to sustainability also appealed to the city of Münster and DB.
Following this fantastic success in the competition, the project team is now working on concepts for the approx. 8,100 m2 large plot at the Bremer Platz.
|Site area||approx. 8.200 m²|
|Start of construction||2nd quarter of 2018|
|Special features / other||Second front side of the main train station connecting the old town and the Hansaviertel district, bicycle parking station with space for over 2,000 bikes, 3 flexible use buildings|
|Project participants||kadawittfeldarchitektur (architecture)|