The second-largest gastronomy space in the refurbished “Bleichenhof”, which is part of the “Stadthöfe” complex in Hamburg’s Neustadt district, has been let. Peter Pane
a burger chain owned by the entrepreneur Patrick Junge is opening its seventh restaurant in Hamburg. The official tenant is the asset management firm Hans Junge Vermögensverwaltung.
Located at Bleichenbrücke 9-11, the restaurant will occupy some 610 m² of space spread over ground and first floor plus a tower lobby. A covered patio overlooking Bleichenfleet canal offers further space for patrons to eat burgers and salads made of regional ingredients or drink cocktails. This office and commercial property in the centre of Hamburg is owned by the Bleichenhof Grundstücksverwaltung, a limited company for real estate management. Grossmann & Berger, a member of German Property Partners
(GPP), brokered the gastronomy space.
“Bleichenhof” is to become a food court
The Tortue Hotel houses the JIN GUI restaurant and a brasserie; together with “Bleichenhof” these form the focus of opportunities to eat within the complex of buildings. As the largest of the four interior courtyards, the “Bleichenhof” will become a food court, with eight outlets selling food and beverages. Its appearance has been completely changed, with two fountains, a number of trees, and seating at various points.
Just as it was prior to re-development, “Bleichenhof” can be accessed via Bleichenbrücke or Grosse Bleichen. New pathways link it with the courtyards “Treppenhof” and “Stadthof” which both lead on to Stadthausbrücke or, via a cross-link, to the Tortue Hotel. From mid-2020 it will be possible to walk directly from the “Stadthof” via Brückenarkaden and “Palaishof” onto Neuer Wall.