Planning, implementation & management

The Grün Berlin group works on distinguished open space planning projects that are of urban development or urban policy interest beyond the Berlin region or require interdisciplinary management involving various administrative bodies. We plan, develop and implement mainly open space projects that are of national significance and enhance Berlin’s appeal as a capital city offering a wide range of cultural, tourism and services options.

Project database

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.

Park am Gleisdreieck

Park
Current

A new kind of city park has been established at Gleisdreieck. Construction work on the park is now complete, although it is still undergoing further development.

Flaschenhalspark

Park
 

The Flaschenhals (‘bottleneck’) Park is on former railway grounds between Yorckstrasse and Monumentenbrücke. The park was named after its shape, which is reminiscent of an upside down bottle.

Renovation of the Yorckbrücken (Yorck bridges)

Infrastructure
Current

Restoration of Yorck bridges closes the gap in the pedestrian and bike path along the green north-south corridor between the Park am Gleisdreieck and Flaschenhals Park.

Monumentenplatz

Square
 

Unused wasteland around the Monumentenbrücke bridge in Schöneberg was turned into a new urban square that was opened to the public at the end of 2014.

Green corridor along the old Dresdner Bahn railway track

Green space
Current

In 2015 it became possible to continuously walk, cycle or skate along this green corridor that follows the Dresdner Bahnrail route – also accessible for people with disabilities – all the way from the Schöneberg Südgelände Nature Park to the government quarter in Mitte.

North-south green corridor

Infrastructure
Current

From 2016 a new north-south green corridor will make it possible to walk, cycle or skate along a green corridor stretching from the Südgelände Nature Park through the Park am Gleisdreieck all the way to the Tiergarten.

Havel Cycle Route

Infrastructure
Current

The 371-kilometre Havel Cycle Route follows the course of the Havel River. Since the spring of 2015, seven kilometres of its route through the Berlin suburb of Spandau have been expanded.

Green Corridor along the Panke

Green space
Current

The many places of interest and historically significant sites along the Panke are connected by a continuous path following the stream’s course.

Britzer Garten

Park
Current

Since the Bundesgartenschau (German National Horticultural Show) was held here in 1985, the 90-hectare Britzer Garten has offered visitors impressive examples of garden and landscape design. The park is being further developed with modernisation measures and new building projects.

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