Letting start for "OxPark“

New homes set among old and new buildings and well-established trees

News | Hamburg-Langenhorn

Grossmann & Berger is now engaged in letting the 51 rental apartments in House R and House S of the new residential development “OxPark”, now under construction in the Langenhorn district of Hamburg.
The two buildings are being erected in the park-like grounds that formerly contained Ochsenzoll hospital; the entire project comprises 21 listed, refurbished old buildings and 13 new-builds ranging from stand-alone to row houses to apartment blocks, on a site interspersed with trees, some of which are over a hundred years old.
The new buildings stand between Fassbinderweg, Feilenhauerweg and Ochsenweberstrasse, in the immediate vicinity of the historic water tower.
House S has seven full-sized stories and one penthouse story, House R has three upper stories.  Residents of both houses have access to an underground car park. Parts of the cube-shaped buildings are to be clad with different-coloured elements, and horizontal bands will divide the façades into sections. Lifts to and from the underground car park and basement floor - with separate store-rooms for each apartment - serve all floors of the building.
Offering between 53 and 177 m² of living space, the apartments have open-plan living and dining areas, oakwood parquet flooring and under-floor heating. Every apartment has its own terrace or loggia, the penthouses on the top, set-back floor, have roof terraces.
The rent, excluding service charges, for the two to six room apartments is between €530 and €1,980; including service charges the figures rise to between €677and €2,467. A parking spot in the underground garage can be rented for an extra €90.
The two new buildings are scheduled for completion in April/May 2017.
For further details www.neubau-oxpark.de.
Source renderings: Patrizia

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