|Location |||Hamburg, Nagelsweg|
|Space |||Approx. 22,750 m²|
|Planning |||léonwohlhage Architekten, Berlin|
The VTG-Center is a very centrally located multi-tenant office building in Hamburg’s Hammerbrook district in the south of the city. The building is ideally connected via three main roads, the suburban rail network (S-Bahn) and the Hamburg-Hammerbrook railway station. The property is divided into four large units. Total rental space amounts to around 22,750 m², spread over eight floors above the ground, with individually lettable units ranging from 120 m² to 2,800 m² for maximum usage flexibility. The property also has around 300 parking spaces. Anchor tenants of the building, which was completed in 1996 and is let under long-term contracts, include renowned companies such as VTG, Vodafone and EHA. Tenant sectors represented include the education, advisory services, social and engineering sectors. With a particular focus on sustainability, the VTG-Center is a great example of a “Managedto- ESG strategy” in action.