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Am Dalmannkai, HafenCity
Hamburg Germany

Construction Dates
  Intended completion date2005
Floor Count28
Building Uses
 - office
Structural Types
 - highrise
Architectural Style
 - modern
 - glass
 - steel
 - concrete, reinforced

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Roof328 ft

• Architect: Benthem Crouwel.

• Others: BEOS GmbH, Berenberg Bank, EUROLAND Projektierungen GmbH, HPE Property Holding GmbH, Manhattan Loft Corporation, MediaCityPort GmbH.

• The height of the tower had been increased to 100 meters. In 28 June, the city planners and investors agreed on a height of 97m.

• The old building on the site, the Kaispeicher A, could not be saved and was demolished, contrary to the original plans. The building complex would have preserved and modified the 7-level former harbour storage facility, Kaispeicher A.

• Competition designs rivals were Dominique Perrault from Paris, Gigon Guyer from Zürich, Coop Himmelblau from Vienna and SOM from Chicago.

• It could be seen as new landmark for city and is supposed to strengthen the position of Hamburg as digital Capital City of Germany.

• Estimated costs were around € 180 millions.

• Its design would be not completely vertical, but would had been angled towards the western.

• It would had provided 34,000 m² of office space, 2,000 m² of apartments, 6,000 m² of health and fitness facilities, plus space for several restaurants, a night club and a media academy.

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