Project development

  • Concept development and project planning
  • Costs and financing planning
  • Project structuring and phase planning

Sophisticated design, social and ecological sustainability and economically viability – big demands are made on user and usage-oriented project development. The Grün Berlin Group supports open public spaces projects from their first ideas phase through to completion. It has helped to develop public spaces in Berlin such as squares, parks, promenades and tourism projects that are of outstanding urban development or urban policy significance.

Our project development covers all classic project planning tasks, ranging from potential and development analyses, through master planning up to establishing cooperative and financing models. We also offer expert support for complex competition and tendering processes.


The project database below provides an overview of the projects that Grün Berlin is currently engaged in or has implemented in the past.

Project database

Spreepark

Park
Current

Grün Berlin GmbH took over this 23.4 ha former amusement park in the Plänterwald forest in 2016. Our goal is to develop an environmentally sustainable culture and recreation park that will be appropriate for the fragile Spree Park site and attractive to both tourists and Berliners.

Development measures in the Kienberg Park

Park
Current

The Kienbergpark extends across the Kienberg hill, areas of the Wuhletal and the “Auftakt Hellersdorf” green space. A new urban and park landscape will be completed here by 2017.

Extension to the Gärten der Welt (Gardens of the World)

Park
Current

New gardens, more user-friendliness and further services for the growing number of visitors to this park are being created on a 22-hectare extension site.

Berlin International Garden Exhibition 2017

Garden exhibition
Current

The Berlin International Garden Exhibition 2017 will be held from April to October 2017 in the Marzahn-Hellersdorf district. The IGA site links the existing Gärten der Welt park with the extensive Wuhletal and Kienberg green spaces – the future “Kienberg Park“ – and the distinctive tower block skyline

Design of open space around the Kulturforum

Square
Current

Important cultural institutions are concentrated around the Kulturforum between Potsdamer Platz and Reichpietschufer, an area designed to function and be perceived as an ensemble. One key to restoring its functions is the planning of the Kulturforum’s open spaces.

T4 Memorial and Information point

Memorial
 

Since 2014 the T4 Memorial and Information Point has commemorated those murdered in the Nazi’s euthanasia programme in the Kulturforum’s northern area.

Information system for tourists

Infrastructure
Current

Signs showing tourists the way have been erected all over Berlin since 2004. It’s a dynamic city and constantly changing so regular updates are necessary.

Berlin Wall Memorial

Memorial
 

The Berlin Wall Memorial was built between 2008 and 2014 on Bernauer Strasse in the Berlin district of Mitte as a central site commemorating those who fell victim to the Berlin Wall.

Berliner Wall Trail (Mauerweg)

Infrastructure
 

Travelling along this 160-kilometre route through Berlin and Brandenburg you will encounter the authentic history of Germany’s division in original settings and much more.

Mauerpark

Park
Current

The Mauerpark is famed far beyond Berlin, and not just because of its history as part of the Berlin Wall complex. On warm summer evenings its green spaces attract lots of visitors.

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