URBAN RENEWAL WITH A INNER CITY SHOPPING MALL AND APPROACH TOWARDS A GREEN BUILDING - A CASE STUDY OF KOMM IN OFFENBACH, GERMANY
||URBAN RENEWAL WITH A INNER CITY SHOPPING MALL AND APPROACH TOWARDS A GREEN BUILDING - A CASE STUDY OF KOMM IN OFFENBACH, GERMANY
||17th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Milan, Italy
||The City of Offenbach is a small sister City next to Frankfurt/Main, the financial capital of Germany. There was a considerable drainage of spending power of the region towards Frankfurt. An unused inner city news paper plant was demolished and an new shopping mall was integrated in the urban fabric of the city. By an engaged dialogue to the City administration an deal was achieved. The City got two new pedestrian zone with an upgrading of the urban fabric an we could got hold of a part of a street to join an existing car park with the newly constructed 3 storey shopping mall and offices on top. Part of the deal was to employ sources of geothermal energy by extracting warm water in the winter month and use the soil as a cooling resource for the summer month. A win win situation was achieved for the City of Offenbach and the HOCHTIEF Property Development. The author was responsible as consultant for overall building and tenant management. WLS and E+P Projektmanagement, with it`s managing director, have been responsible for an number of shopping malls including an MIPIM AWARD winning scheme.
||shopping mall, inner city renewal, stopping of draining spending power out of Offenbach, green building, energy with ground source heat pump and bored piles by using geothermal resources
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