Midfield Expo Gardens
Visions need a good address
The Midfield Expo Gardens development is being built on both sides of the central access road to the new airport. The close proximity to the airport, the high visibility of the buildings and the first-rate address are the factors that will ensure that this development, which is attractively joined to a landscaped park, will become one of the most sought-after addresses at the new airport.
Midfield Expo Gardens is the ideal location for national or international businesses that want to fly a flag for their company at Germany’s new capital airport.
Individual development structure
Initial concept considerations by the architects at GRAFT play with the contrasts between city and country / Berlin and Brandenburg, and form a development with its very own character. The northern development area is characterised by spot distribution of stand-alone buildings, embedded in a spacious park landscape. Individually-designed buildings accommodate representative facilities such as commercial representatives or company/national agencies.
A direct contrast is created in the form of the southern development with its higher and formal stringency and more pronounced urban density. The horizontal structure can be varied by vertical highlights at regular intervals. The concept of a “city balcony” along the thoroughfare to the new city airport could form the backbone of this quarter while linking it to Airport City and the terminal.
A location with a wealth of advantages
The Midfield Expo Gardens development not only benefits from its prominent location, it is also conveniently close to the new terminal and all central facilities at the new airport. The national motorway network and a dedicated exit mean that it is easy and fast to get to.
Midfield Expo Gardens in figures
|Net building land:||around 16 hectares|
|Building height:||5 storeys, max. 21 metres|
|Gross floor area:||360,000 square metres|
|Plot sizes:||variable, from 5,000 square metres|
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