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

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.

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.

Lindenufer park in the old town of Spandau

Green space
 

The Lindenufer green space is in Spandau’s historic ‘Altstadt’ town centre at the confluence of the Spree and Havel rivers. It was redesigned to incorporate an attractive riverbank promenade and since 2015 has also been integrated into the Havel cycle route.

Lustgarten

Green space
 

After many dreary years, the Lustgarten on the Museum Island was transformed in 1999 into a contemporary garden square, featuring spacious lawns, flowers and fountains.

Promenade along the Berlin-Spandau Ship Canal

Green space
 

The Berlin-Spandau Ship Canal is a major element of Berlin’s system of open spaces, linking green spaces from Gleisdreieck through Tiergarten and Nordhafen up to Rehbergen.

Hans-Baluschek-Park

Green space
 

This park was named after the Berlin painter Hans Baluschek (1870 – 1935), whose paintings focused on two subjects: the lives of Berliners and the railways.

Bullengraben green space

Green space
 

From 2004 to 2007 a new green corridor was developed along the Bullengraben from the Spandauer Burgwall to Staaken. More than 21 hectares of natural landscape and recreation areas underwent qualitative and ecological upgrading.