The City of Hamburg is renowned for its port, one of the world's largest. As the centre of a metro region of 5 million people, the city is also home to many prospering businesses, from freight carriers and other logistics operators, to manufacturing and retail companies, all the way to players in the creative and art industries. You will also find forward-looking sectors like high technology and aerospace in Hamburg, considered by many the most popular city in Germany.


“Fare thee well!”

The name of Kehrwieder island suggests a place of departure, where seafaring men bid farewell to their loved ones. To be sure, the tip of the island look downriver toward the sea – yet the name means nothing of the sort. Rather, “Kehrwieder” is simply a northern German term for cul-de-sac.


HafenCity. The city's new hot spot.

15 years ago, development of a brand new sub-district got under way in Hamburg. Surrounded and divided by waterways, HafenCity has become a striking waterfront quarter of spectacular architecture, vibrant urbanity, and a unique and spellbinding atmosphere. Located between the historic port warehouses and Hamburg's latest landmark, the striking philharmonic hall, it is a place of incomparable ambience: cosmopolitan and yet full of local colour.


Several bridges connect Hamburg‘s inner city with Kehrwieder island, whose main street is called Am Sandkaitor HafenCity Gate occupies its westernmost tip, directly by the water. It is one of the first buildings you will see on your way to the port.


Despite its waterfront location, the site comes with excellent accessibility and infrastructure. The “Baumwall” underground station lies within walking distance, as does the bus stop “Am Kaiserkai.” There are plenty of shopping and dining opportunities in the vicinity, and downtown Hamburg is also just a short walk away.


  • Central railway station | 10 min.
  • Mönckebergstrasse | 7 min.
  • Airport | 30 min.
  • Motorway A 255/A 1 | 12 min.
  • Motorway A 7 | 18 min.


  • U-Baumwall (Elbphilharmonie) | 3 min.
  • Landungsbrücken | 14 min.
  • Elbphilharmonie | 3 min.
  • S-Stadthausbrücke | 12 min.
  • Town hall | 18 min.


The façades of HafenCity Gate don the classic red brick found everywhere in Hamburg. While unique and distinct, the building blends smoothly into the cityscape. The façade structure picks up on the traditional port architecture: clear lines, protected on the port side, open and welcoming on the land side.

  • Office complex, consisting of 4 buildings
  • Built in 1996/1997
  • 7 and 15 floors (Bldg. 77)
  • Gross lettable area c. 27,000 sqm
  • 2 underground car parks with 133 spots for tenants
  • 117 surface parking spots for tenants and customers
  • Excellent specification
  • Flexible fit-out options
  • Cavity flooring
  • Interior solar shading
  • Cooling optional, where required
  • White-glove service


The view is awesome.

Open-plan, private offices, open meeting zones or closed conference facilities – the interior fit-out at HafenCity Gate matches its location: first rate. You will love the breathtaking view of the neighbourhood and across the port Flexible and bespoke solutions will satisfy all your tenant requirements.

A space for each. And room for all.

Example for mixed room layout
approx. 709 sqm
approx. 37 workplaces

Example for maximum occupancy
approx. 709 sqm
approx. 66 workplaces

Location within property

Stacking Plan

Extra Space for you.


Let us hear from you.

Jones Lang LaSalle GmbH, Research
Oberbaumbrücke 1
D-20457 Hamburg

Tel. +49 40 350011-0

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