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Berlin TXL - Schumacher District

© Tegel Projekt GmbH
© Tegel Projekt GmbH

Berlin is growing and needs affordable housing. After the closure of Tegel Airport, a new, smart residential district is therefore being built on the site: the Schumacher Quarter closes the historic gap in the western area of Kurt-Schumacher-Platz. The Schumacher district will offer over 5,000 flats for more than 10,000 people - along with the associated facilities such as schools, day-care centres, sports facilities, shopping facilities and lots of greenery.

As a Berlin reference project for climate-adapted and water-sensitive urban development, the Schumacher district is also being developed as the world's largest timber construction district.
Biodiversity as a planning principle: Animal-Aided Design makes Berlin TXL a habitat and retreat for a variety of animal species.
In the Schumacher district, advanced solutions for climate-neutral energy supply and high energy standards are demonstrated, as are new models for mobility.

The state of Berlin has commissioned Tegel Projekt GmbH with the development and management of the projects in Berlin TXL.

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