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Old October 17th, 2007, 12:28 PM   #1
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ZURICH | Projects & Construction

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Here is the English list of the big or special actual projects in Zurich


planned:
-Triemli Hospital Extension | 290mio | 2013
-Hardturm Areal with Tower | 80m | 2008+
-AMAG Areal | ca. 70m | 2010 or later
-Ernst Brunner Headquarter | ca. 55m | 2010
-Escher-Terassen | 57m | 2010
-Stadion Zurich | ca. 55m | ????
-Shamrock Tower | 90m | ????
-Tower Badenerstrasse/Albisriederplatz | ca. 70m | ????
-Toni-Areal | ??m | 2010
-West Link | ??m | 2010+
-Stadtraum HB | 2010+
-Landesmuseum (Swiss national museum) extension | 201?
-Bellevuesquare reshaping | 2010+
-Escher-Wyss-Square reshaping | 2011
-University quarter Masterplan | -2025
-Science City | Hönggerberg | ????
-Swiss Re Headquarter | ????
-Police and justice center | ????
-Richti-Areal | ????
-Operahouse Extension | ????
-S-Bahnhof Stettbach extension | 2010
-S-Bahnhof Altstetten extension | ????
-Bahnhof Oerlikon extension | 2015

under construction:
-Primetower | @Hardbrücke | 126m | 2010
-Mainstation extension "Durchmesserlinie Bahnhof Löwenstrasse | 1'500mio | 2013/2015
-Tramway extenstion Auzelg-Airport Zurich-Kloten Int. | 2008
-Tramway extension Auzelg-Stettbach | 2010
-Glattpark | 2008+
-Limmatfeld-Areal | 2010+
-Office Building Luggwegstrasse/Albulastrasse | 2010
-City West Tower | 80m | 2010
-City West Areal | 2010+
-Tramway extension | Line 17 | 2010
-Löwenbräu Areal | 68m | 2010+
-Andreaspark Businesscenter | 2011


recently finished:
-New Oerlikon general
-Turbinenplatz and surrounding Buildings
-Sunrise Towers | 2004(?)
-New Oerlikon: MFO Park | 2004
-Zoo Zürich | Masoala Hall | 2005(?)
-Obsidian Tower | 52m | 2005
-FIFA Headquarter | Home of FIFA | 2006
-New Oerlikon: Max-Bill-Square | 2006
-Musicaltheatre | Theatre 11 | 2006
-Tramstation Limmatplatz | July 2007
-Tramway extension Hallenstadion-Auzelg | Dec. 2006
-Sihlcity | Apr. 2007
-Stadium Letzigrund | August 2007
-Grand Hotel Dolder extension | 440mio | 2008
-SAS Radisson | Zurich-Airport | August 2008
-Leutschenbach Park | September 2008


discontinued
-New Kongresshaus


planned

Triemli Hospital Extension | 290mio | 2013
Location (district): Wiedikon
Finished: 2013


Hardturmareal with Tower | 80m | 2010+
Location (district): Escher-Wyss
Finished: 2010-2015
Type: Residential/Office


Hat jemand zum zweiten HH Infos? (siehe Bild)







AMAG Areal | ca. 70m | 2010 or later
Location (district): Seebach
Finished: 2010 or later
Type: Office
(only the buildings in front of the picture. The two towers in the Background are the sunrise-Towers)



Ernst Brunne Headquarter | ca. 55m | 2010
Location (district): Seebach
Finished: 2010
Type: Office


Escher Terassen | 57m | 2010
Location (district): Escher-Wyss
Finished: 2010
Type: Resident/Office


Stadion Zurich | ca. 55m | ????
Location (district): Escher-Wyss
Finished: ????
Type: Football (Soccer) Stadium for 30'000 viewers + Shopping Center




Shamrock Tower | 92m | ????
Location (district): Escher-Wyss
Type: Residential


Tower Badenerstrasse/Albisriederplatz | ca. 70m | ????
Location (district): Aussersihl
Type: Residential



Toni Areal | 2010
Location (district): Escher-Wyss
Finished: 2010
Type: University


West Link| 2010+
Location (district): Altstetten
Type: Resident/Office



Science City | Hönggerberg | ????
The Technical University Zurichs second location is lying at the top of the "Hönggerberg" and will be expanded to a own small urban quarter for science and education




Stadtraum HB | 2010+
Type: Office/Residential





This part is planned by Caruso St. John Architects (London)


Landesmuseum (Swiss national museum) extension | 201?


Bellevuesquare reshaping | 2010
Location (district): City (Downtown)


Escher-Wyss-Square reshaping | 2011
Location (district): Escher-Wyss
architects: Caruso St. John Architects LPP (London), Studio Thomas Demand Berlin

University quarter Masterplan | -2025
Blue buildings = new
green areas = parks, green space






Swiss Re Headquarter
no details yet

Police and Justice Center | 2009+ (2012 latest)
type: Police and justice center additional Office and Residential buildings


Richti Areal | ????
Location (district): Wallisellen
type: office/residential
status: proposed /projectstudy



S-Bahnhof Stettbach extension | 2010
The S-Bahnhof with the lines 3, 9, 11, 12 and terminus of Tramwayline 7 will become an important public transport hub for northeast-Zurich.
With the new Tramwayline 12 and the new office district in the vicinity the station needs to handle a lot of traffic.


S-Bahnhof Altstetten extension | ????
Altstetten station is served by S-Bahn Lines 3, 9 and 12 and one interregional-line. In the near future a new line is planned to connect Altstetten directly with Zurich-North (Oerlikon, Airport...) and intercitytrains are also planned to stop at Altstetten. Therefore the station needs an extension by at least two tracks. Details will follow

Bahnhof Oerlikon extension | 2015
With the new railwaytunnel Mainstation-Oerlikon and the extension of the S-Bahn and the intercity network the main public transport hub for Zurich north (110'000 passengers daily) will get 2 new tracks and a refurbishment of the passages.


under construction

Primetower | 126m | 2010
Location (district): Escher-Wyss - near S-Bahnhof Hardbrücke
Construction start: 2008
Finished: 2010
Type: Office Tower



-Mainstation extension "Durchmesserlinie Bahnhof Löwenstrasse | 1'500mio | 2013/2015
4 additional Tracks in a new undergroundstation called Löwenstrasse with a direct tunnel to Oerlikon.
Finished: 2013 (S-Bahn Tracks) / 2015 (Intercity Tracks)




SAS Radisson | Zurich Airport | 2008
Location: Kloten Int. Airport
Finished: 2008
Type: Hotel



Grand Hotel Dolder extension | 440mio | 2008+
Type: Hotel
Finished: 2008


Tramway extension Auzelg-Airport Zurich-Kloten Intl. | 2008
Opening: Dec. 2008
Served by a new Line (12 Auzelg-Airport) and Line 10 (Mainstation-Milchbuck-Oerlikon-Airport)



Tramwayextension Auzelg-Stettbach S-Bahnstation | 2010
Opening: Dec. 2010
no more details yet

Leutschenbach Park | 2008
Finished: 2008
Costs 35 Mio




Glattpark
Several completition states. First buildings and all streets are allreasy built.
On the right site you see an artificial lake.




City West Tower | 80m | 2010
Location (district): Escher-Wyss
Finished: 2010
Type: Hotel


City West Areal | 2010
Location (district): Escher-Wyss
Fnished: 2010+
Type: Residential


Office Building Luggwegstrasse/Albulastrasse | 2010
Location (district): Altstetten
Finished: 2010
Type: Residential/Office


Löwenbräu Areal | 68m | 2010
Location (district): Escher-Wyss
Type: Resident/Office


Tramway Extension | Line 15 | 2010
Location (district): Escher-Wyss

More Information:
http://www.vbz.ch/vbz_opencms/export/vbz/deutsch/Aktuell/TramZuerichWest/pdf/Projektdoku.pdf


Limmatfeld Areal |2010+
Type: Office/Residential
Costs: 500-600 Mio
Architect: Kollhoff, Berlin



recently finished

New Oerlikon | General

New Oerlikon is a quarter in the Oerlikon-district located in the northwest of Oerlikon railwaystation.
The quarter was earlier an industrial quarter for known companies like Oerlikon-Bührle, MFO and so on.
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Turbinenplatz and surrounding Buildings

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Sunrise Towers | 2004(?)

Sunrise Headquarter
Location (district): Seebach



New Oerlikon: MFO Park | 2004

The metalframework overgrown by plants is something between a walkable sculpture and a Park





Zoo Zürich | Masoala Hall | 2005(?)

The Masoala Hall is huge artificial rainforest "populated" by animals from Madagaskar.




Obsidian Tower | 52m | 2005

Small but quite nice office tower in the Altstetten district



Home of FIFA | FIFA Headquarter | 2006

The new Headquarter of the FIFA is located in the Hottingen-District.




New Oerlikon: Max-Bill-Square | 2006

New Square an surrounding Buildings in (New-)Oerlikon district




Musicaltheatre | Theatre 11 | 2006

Location (district): Oerlikon


Tramstation Limmatplatz | July 2007

The old stop was very dirty and dark. The new project is very interesting:
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Tramway extension Hallenstadion-Auzelg | Dec. 2006
Serving 5 new stations.



Sihlcity | Apr. 2007
Whole new urban entertainment center. Including one of the biggest shopping malls of Zurich, one of the biggest clubs, a Hotel, several big restaurants and a S-Bahnstation
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Letzigrund | Aug. 2007
Stadium capacity: 30'000 max
32 flood lights
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discontinued

Kongresshaus ("Zurich Forum")




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Old October 17th, 2007, 02:11 PM   #2
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Zürich is going well. Perhaps that's caused by the boom the German immigrants bring along eh

Definetly a joy to see that Switzerland have the brave to build some really modern, raffish highrises. Brings more business-glam to the twinkle capital of save banks.
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Old October 17th, 2007, 02:18 PM   #4
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Zürich is going well. Perhaps that's caused by the boom the German immigrants bring along eh
New sheeps!

The 2 biggest cities (Geneva and Zurich) are still growing fast. I like the new projects but I hope for more 100+ (or better 150+) plans. Maybe they will come after the Primetower is finished.

Here another Picture of the Tramway extension. Here in Front of the Glattcentre (shopping cneter in the north of Zurich)
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Old October 17th, 2007, 04:40 PM   #6
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Being one of the most important financial cities in the world, Zurich should definitely build some nice modern highrises.
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Excellent Projects !
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Old October 17th, 2007, 06:06 PM   #8
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I've added some finished stuff and some plans

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Being one of the most important financial cities in the world, Zurich should definitely build some nice modern highrises.
You're right...Hope the responsible politicians realize this soon
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Added some projects...
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some words aren't enough for these magnificent projects!
well done Zurich!
post more projects if there are, please!
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Old October 26th, 2007, 12:07 PM   #11
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some words aren't enough for these magnificent projects!
well done Zurich!
post more projects if there are, please!
There are a lot of other projects, but I will only add the bigger or very special (architecture, function) projects.
Some of them aren't in the list yet, but they'll follow later...

Here's a German article about the big "housing shortage" problem within the city.

A short translation:
Microsoft bought a Swiss company based in Zurich and wants to expand their office to one of the main development centers in Europe (at the same time google is hiring at least 500 new jobs in Zurich).
The Microsoft guy means that the housing shortage is the only problem for them which is not only a problem for international companies.
The housing market is desiccated and the construction of new housings is unable to keep up with the demand.

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«Die Wohnungsnot ist das einzige Problem»

Microsoft erhält heute für den Aufbau des Microsoft Developer Center for Collaboration Technologies in Zürich den Tell Award. Damit ehrt die Schweizer Wirtschaftsförderung in den USA wichtige Investitionen nordamerikanischer Unternehmen in der Schweiz. Der Direktor des Entwicklungszentrums, Erich Gebhardt, erklärt die Vorzüge des Standorts Zürich.

Microsoft erhält die diesjährige Auszeichnung für die wichtigste Technologie-Investition in der Schweiz. Weshalb?
Erich Gebhardt: Microsoft hat im Oktober 2005 die Zürcher Startup-Firma Media-Streams gekauft, die ich mitgegründet habe. Anstatt dass Media-Streams dem Microsoft-Konzern in den USA einverleibt wurde – wie dies oft bei solchen Übernahmen vorkommt –, blieb der Standort in Zürich erhalten und wurde ausgebaut

Weshalb holte Microsoft Media-Stream nicht in die USA?
Weil das Know-how in Zürich ist. Man hat ein paar Mitarbeiter von uns nach Redmond versetzt, dem Entwicklungs-Hauptsitz von Microsoft im Bereich «unified communications», und ein paar Leute kamen aus den USA nach Zürich. Microsoft sah aber rasch, dass es in Zürich gut läuft und wir dank der ETH sehr gute Informatiker haben. Ein weiterer Grund ist, dass Microsoft vermehrt ausserhalb der USA Entwicklungszentren betreiben möchte. Neben Redmond und Zürich gibt es in unserem Entwicklungsfeld weitere Zentren im indischen Hyderabad und in Peking.

Was machen Sie genau in Zürich?
In unserem Entwicklungszentrum sind wir auf Internet-Telefonie beziehungsweise Voice over IP spezialisiert. Wir integrieren diese Technologie in die komplexe Microsoft-Office-Palette. Diesen Herbst werden die ersten Produkte auf den Markt kommen. Wir arbeiten schon an der übernächsten Generation.
Rekrutierung ist schwierig

Sie haben ein 30-köpfiges Team in Zürich. Wie gross soll das Entwicklungszentrum werden?
Wir wollen so schnell wie möglich über 50 Mitarbeiter; diese Grösse ist für die Entwicklungsarbeit kritisch. Es ist nicht einfach, zu wachsen in Zürich. Wir haben zwar keine Budgetrestriktionen. Aber es gibt nicht sehr viele ETH-Abgänger. Positiv ist, dass Zürich ein guter Standort ist, um Informatiker aus dem Ausland anzuziehen. Die Behörden sind sehr kooperativ und hilfreich. Das ist ein wichtiger Standortvorteil.

Wie viele Schweizer arbeiten in Ihrem Zentrum?
Mittlerweile sind weniger als die Hälfte Schweizer.

Das Studienfach Informatik zieht in Zürich nicht mehr viele Studenten an.
Es mag sein, dass es weniger Absolventen gibt. Zürich ist aber eine Finanzstadt und kein Software-Zentrum. Entsprechend klein ist das Angebot an interessanten Arbeitgebern für die Studienabgänger. Im Silicon Valley gäbe es zwar mehr Informatiker, aber auch eine grössere Konkurrenz bei den Arbeitgebern.

Microsoft wird oft vorgeworfen, sie missbrauche ihre marktbeherrschende Stellung. Schadet dies dem Ruf des Arbeitgebers Microsoft in Zürich?
Nein. Der Ruf von Microsoft als Entwicklungsfirma ist hervorragend.

Wie grenzen Sie sich als Arbeitgeber ab von Ihrem Zürcher Konkurrenten Google?
Wir laden die Kandidaten zu vier Interviews ein, zwei in Zürich, zwei in Redmond. Es gibt zwei Tests mit Software-Aufgaben. Dann machen wir ihnen ein Angebot oder nicht. Die Kandidaten müssen selbst entscheiden, wo sie arbeiten wollen.
«Junge Informatiker wollen in die Stadt»

Welches sind die Nachteile des Standorts Zürich?
Die Wohnungsnot ist das einzige Problem in Zürich. Es gibt viel zu wenig Wohnungen. Unsere Mitarbeiter sind jung und haben oft noch keine Familie. Sie wollen in der Stadt leben. Eine Neubausiedlung in Affoltern am Albis interessiert sie nicht. Vielen ausländischen Mitarbeitern kann man auch nicht verständlich machen, wie gut der öffentliche Verkehr in Zürich funktioniert und dass man sehr schnell in der Stadt ist, selbst wenn man in Affoltern wohnt.

Können Sie dieses Problem nicht mit Geld lösen?
Wir wollen das bewusst nicht übertreiben. Wir holen junge Talente und nicht Manager mit einem Millionensalär.
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Now added some public transport (railway) projects and the Limmatfeld project
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The construction of these new buildings in Leutschenbach is now approved an will start soon.
The project will be finished in 2012.



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Tramway Extension | Line 15 | 2010

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Tramway Extension | Line 15 | 2010
Location (district): Escher-Wyss

The construction will start in 2008 and should be finished 2010 or latest 2011

A few new pictures:







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Curious! These renderings are, classic, Modernism..... attractive , but very dated, architecture. Why do ALL of these projects have 1970's architecture? I don't mean that as a criticism. Is That mere coincidence or intent?
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Added a new project for Escher-Wyss-Square

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Curious! These renderings are, classic, Modernism..... attractive , but very dated, architecture. Why do ALL of these projects have 1970's architecture? I don't mean that as a criticism. Is That mere coincidence or intent?
Which projects do you mean are 1970s Architecture?
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-Added university quarter masterplan
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Which projects do you mean are 1970s Architecture?
Sorry for taking, SO, long to respond.... These (below) are, VERY, " Mies van der Rohe " !




(Van der Rohe's, IBM Plaza, BELOW LEFT, in Chicago) (Seagram Building , BELOW CENTER, in NYC) AND (Toronto-Dominion Centre, BELOW RIGHT, in Toronto)



(Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library, BELOW, in Washington D.C.)



Fear not! This, classic, Modernist, " glass box " style was one of My favorites. It's, just, from the past. If You're unfamiliar with Him, You can " google ".... Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.... on Any search engine and learn more about This, superstar, architect Whose style dominated " big city " architecture between the late 1950's through the 1970's.


" What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun! " - Ecclesiastes 1:9
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nice projects. it is time for zurich to get some more highrises
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Fear not! This, classic, Modernist, " glass box " style was one of My favorites. It's, just, from the past. If You're unfamiliar with Him, You can " google ".... Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.... on Any search engine and learn more about This, superstar, architect Whose style dominated " big city " architecture between the late 1950's through the 1970's.
I would say this style of architecture is very typical for American cities. For European and especialy Switzerland this is not realy common architecture. The buildings look quite bold and massive even if they are only 92m high.

Sure this style isn't new at all, but this could be the intention of the architect, who has planned a "small size rockefeller center". The plans for the additional buildings (the 92m and 80m towers are allready built) where made public in 2000 by the way :-)
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