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DORTMUND | Projects & Construction

Dortmund is the biggest city in the Ruhr area located in Westphalia West -Germany renowned for beer, football, shopping and IT-Logistic.

It's also a growing city, thus many projects are coming along.


Source: dortmund.de

Projectlist

Under Construction:

  • National Football Museum of Germany
  • Lake Phoenix
  • Windmill Tower
  • Phoenix West
  • Boulevard Kampstraße
  • Dortmunder U
  • Stadtkrone Ost
  • Westfalenhütte

(this list will be updated)
last update 15. mar. 2010
 

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DFB Museum

Dortmund is to be home to the new National Football Museum of the German Football Association (DFB). That was the decision – with 137 votes to 102 – taken by delegates at an extraordinary general meeting of the DFB held in Düsseldorf on 24 April 2009.

WHERE: As for location, the City of Dortmund went on the offensive with a site on the Königswall directly opposite the Central Railway Station. A piece of prime real estate that was to meet the requirements of the DFB in every respect, a site predestined as a "unique selling point". What's more, it connects to the regional road network, is convenient for Metro stations within a radius of 650 metres, is accessible for pedestrians and cyclists and, not least, there are large number of parking spaces within easy walking distance.


WHAT: Cuboid Two similar designs have won the architectural competition for the DFB soccer museum in Dortmund. Which project will be implemented from 2012 is still open.
The winners in Munich and Dusseldorf can still details to be further talks in July rework. They stood so far as equal rights, said Mayor of Dortmund Sierau Ullrich (SPD). Losers in the Round of Three was a futuristic design with small playing fields on the roof of Dortmund.

In August, falling to decide which design is implemented. From 2014 to inform the museum across from Central Station on 6000 square meters, about the history of German football.

For construction and engineering or 14.5 million euros. Overall, for the DFB soccer museum has a total investment of around 36 million euros. The country encourages the construction of 18.5 million euros, the DFB will pay € 7.9 million from own resources. Further € 10 million to help sponsors. To cover the cost of 200 000 visitors per year are needed.

application video for the DFB Museum: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPPbRng_3gc&feature=related

HPP Architects Düsseldorf









http://www.hpp.com/en/news/2011/dfb-football-museum.html
The photo of Dieter Menne, clearly demonstrates the extent of the forecourt, which will represent the first stage of the DFB Museuem. Just as the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, here are famous footprints and handprints (Beckenbauer,Müller,Ballacl) will be installed on the floor

Source: Ruhrnachrichten - Dieter Menne
 

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PHOENIX RISES FROM THE ASHES – A LAKE FOR DORTMUND

Steel was refined in Dortmund-Hörde for 160 years. The name Phoenix stood for the blast furnace plant on the Phoenix-West site and the Hermannshütte oxygen steel plant on the Phoenix-Ost site. Structural change in the region brought the end of the steel era. In 2001 the plant site became one of the region’s many industrial wastelands. Phoenix is now however set to rise like the mythical Greek bird to become an innovation and leisure centre for the city of Dortmund. Phoenix Lake is a perfect example of the impetus that the Emscher conversion can give rise to. The river has hitherto been enclosed in the Hoesch conduit and channelled under the former plant site. In future a riverbed up to 50 metres wide along the site’s northern edge will enable the New Emscher to seek out its own route, with the river’s dynamic creating an ecologically high-quality water meadow landscape. An underground conduit for wastewater only was built to the south of the Phoenix Lake. Between the two, the biggest recreational lake in the Dortmund area – around 24 hectares in size and only 5 kilometres from the city centre – will be created.



Phoenix Lake is now an attractive area for leisure activities, but also for waterside living and working. A harbour is planned for the area near the Hörder Burg, which will be complemented by various businesses, recreational facilities, restaurants and cafés, with a focus on leisure activities on the Lake’s south banks. The lake’s northern and eastern banks will by contrast retain their original natural character as far as possible. On the Phoenix-West site the Landesentwicklungsgesellschaft (regional development corporation) is building a multifunctional centre for innovative companies; on the Phoenix-Ost site the Phoenix See Entwicklungsgesellschaft development company is building attractive housing and premises for companies offering services around the lake.



11. park
12. Phönixsee,
13. residential area
14. office, shopping and service
15. Harbour
17. oldtown of Hörde


enviroment


map source city of dortmund

before - steel mine phoenix


source:Hörde am See




source: RN

Phoenix lake 2008 without water under construction




and now


TV Tower called Flroian and two "Skyscrapers"





Hörde church and Borussia Dortmund Stadium ( Signal Iduna Park)


on the right site, the buildings standing near the "Autobahn 1"




pier 1








Fotos: Kaufmann

more information you can find at wikipedia
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phoenix-See
 

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Phönix-lake projects


Quelle: DSW21/3dpixel company

Pier 4


Quelle: 3dpixel company/Planungsgruppe Drahtler


FAPS | im Bau
Quelle: F&G Geddert | SIG


ITS | im Bau
Quelle: Kitzig Architektur


H76 | im Umbau
Quelle: Werth beraten planen bauen | Rundholz GmbH & Co. KG


Kontor am Kai | in Planung
Freundlieb GmbH & Co. KG


Hafentor | in Planung
Quelle: 3dpixel company | Freundlieb GmbH & Co. KG


Hafen 12, rechts | in Planung
Quelle: 3dpixel company | Planungsgruppe Drahtler


H2Ö | in Planung
Quelle: avpgroup | HPP Architekten | INTERBODEN


Deck P | in Planung
Quelle: Michael Weindel & Junior Architekten


Dock 1 | in Planung
Quelle: 3dpixel company | Freundlieb GmbH & Co. KG


S.E.A.House | in Planung
Quelle: 3dpixel company | Planungsgruppe Drahtler


Projekt der Dreier Immobilien | in Planung
Quelle: Schamp und Schmalöer | Dreier Immobilien


Immo-Invest GmbH errichtet acht Wohneinheiten (76 bis 275 m²). Der Entwurf stammt vom Dortmunder Architekturbüro Sappel, hier das Exposé.


Quelle: Splinedock Münster/Immo-Invest GmbH


Quelle: Splinedock Münster/Immo-Invest GmbH
 

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more projects
Kontor am Kai [planning status]
S.E.A.HOUSE [planning status]
Hafentor [planning status]
H2Ö [planning status]FAPS [planning status]

under construction
Dreier Seehaus

Quelle: Schamp & Schmalöer | Dreier Immobilien
Pier 7

überarbeiteter Entwurf
Freundlieb GmbH & Co. KG | Kleihues+Kleihues


alter Entwurf
Freundlieb GmbH & Co. KG | Kleihues+Kleihues

SeaHouse

S.E.A.House
Quelle: 3dpixel company | Planungsgruppe Drahtler

Umbau des alten Phönix-Magazin Gebäude durch die S|2 Immobilien unter dem Projektnamen "PHOENIX See living - Historisches und denkmalgeschütztes Wohnen in Dortmund" werden jetzt 48 Eigentumswohnungen vermarktet. Weitere Infos und Visualisierungen finden sich im Exposé.


Quelle: S|2 Immobilien- und Projektentwicklung GmbH


Quelle: S|2 Immobilien- und Projektentwicklung GmbH


Quelle: S|2 Immobilien- und Projektentwicklung GmbH


Quelle: S|2 Immobilien- und Projektentwicklung GmbH
 

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Boulevard Kamp

Boulevard Kamp[/SIZE]

Mit dem Ausbau der Kampstaße und des Brüderwegs zum Boulevard entsteht mitten im Herzen unserer City ein städtebauliches Glanzlicht und stellt eine Verbindung zwischen dem U-Areal " Unionviertel und der Innenstadt her. Der größte Straßenzug der Innenstadt wird zu einer Flanier- und Einkaufsmeile umgestaltet.

Der Westen zeigt eine Video Animation zum Boulevard Kampstraße ebenso auf Dortmund.de zu bewundern.

Die aktuelle Bautätigkeit kann man auch im Internet verfolgen Petri Webcam. Weitere interessante Informationen über die Geschichte, Pläne und Visionen über die Kampstraße unter ag-Kamp

http://www.ag-kampstrasse.de/index.html

Bis zum zweiten Weltkrieg bestand die Kampstraße aus einem schmalen Straßenzug der vorwiegend von Fachwerkhäusern, der Petrikirche sowie der Brauerei Union im Norden geprägt wurde.

Zerstörung im 2.WK

Quelle: Nahraum

Luftbild Innenstadt Dortmund

Quelle: Marek Schirmer Panorami

Die Kampstraße ist die West-Ost Verbindung durch die Innenstadt entlang der beiden großen Stadtkirchen St. Reinoldi und Petri. Die Kampstraße erstreckt sich vom unteren Bildrand quer durch die Innenstadt und wurde in den 50ziger Jahren als Schneise im Zuge der Auto gerechten Stadt geschaffen. Bis zum Jahr 2009 verkehrte Oberirdisch der Stadtbahnverkehr.

Blick von der Reinoldikirche auf die Kampstraße

Quelle: Mein Bild

Der Plan

Die Kampstraße/Brüderweg ist das Bindeglied zwischen Westen- und Ostenhellweg und dem Hauptbahnhof. Von 2008 bis 2016 wird die rund 1.200 m lange Ost-West-Achse, inklusive einiger Ausfallstraßen, für ca. 25 Mio. €, in 6 Bauabschnitten, neu gestaltet. Die Finanzierung des Gesamtprojekts ist gesichert.


Quelle: Stadt Dortmund; Stand April 2010


  • Westentorallee/Weddepoth [Ia]: Fertiggestellt 2009/10
  • Spielpunkt Westentorallee [Ib]: Fertiggestellt 2010
  • Petrikirchplatz [II]: Baubeginn Anfang 2012
  • Brüderweg/Stefanstraße/Moritzgasse [IIIa]: Baubeginn Anfang 2012
  • Spielpunkt Brüderweg [IIIb]: Baubeginn 2012
  • Promenadenband/Platz von Netanya [IVa]: Baubeginn 2013 (?)
  • Nördlicher Reinoldikirchplatz [IVb]: Baubeginn 2013 (?)
  • Promenadenband/Freistuhl [V]: Baubeginn 2014 (?)
  • Südlicher Reinoldikirchplatz [VI]: Baubeginn 2015 (?)



1. Abschnitt (abgeschlossen):
Vom Westentor bis St.Petri, die s.g. Westentorallee.
Sie besitzt einen befahrbaren Mittelstreifen, die Gehwege haben eine Breite von 8,50 m haben und wie der Name "Allee" ja schon sagt wurden rechts und links der Fahrbahn Bäume gepflanzt. Dieser Abschnitt wurde bereits 2009 fertig gestellt.


Quelle: Mein Bild


Quelle: Mein Bild


Quelle: Mein Bild


Quelle: Mein Bild

2. Abschnitt: Platz von Leeds, der schon vor einigen Jahren fertig gestellt wurde.

Quelle: sehenlernen.nrw

3. Abschnitt: Platz um St.Petri
Eine großzügige Freitreppe und neue Eckgebäude entstehen. (In Bau)


Umbauplan


Quelle: Freudlieb


Quelle: Freundlieb / Fritschi, Stahl und Baum

4. Abschnitt: Willy-Brand-Platz bis Brüderweg
Der Brüderweg wird analog zur Westentorallee gestaltet.


Reinoldikirchplatz | Brüderwegallee
Quelle: Stadt Dortmund


Ostentor | Brüderwegallee
Quelle: Stadt Dortmund


5. Abschnitt: Platz von Netanya bis St.Petri

6. Abschnitt: Platz um St Reinoldi


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Dortmunder U-Tower

The U-Tower or Dortmunder U is a former brewery building in the city of Dortmund, Germany. Since 2010 it serves as a center for the arts and creativity, housing among other facilities the Museum Ostwall.

The Dortmunder U shows artworks from 20th and 21st centuries, develops innovative concepts of cultural education in the digital age, initiates partnerships between art and science, and cooperates with different players in the context of creative industries. As a centre of international caliber in North Rhine-Westphalia it is a partner for regional as well as international projects and collaborates with other international institutions in the interdisciplinary field. The "U" will embody an innovative practice at the intersection of art, research, creativity, cultural education and economy.
It is a public place for research and study as well as for the experience and the discourse over art, media and today's culture for all citizens and ages. The "U" is based on a cooperation of diverse users of the U-Tower building: the Museum Ostwall, the Hartware MedienKunstVerein, the Cultural Office of the City of Dortmund, the Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts, the TU Dortmund University, the european centre for creative economy (ecce) and the association U Cinema, operating the RWE Forum. Culinary offerings are provided for on the U7 floor by the restaurant View.
The Dortmunder U opened in the framework of RUHR.2010 – European Capital of Culture.

before


and now



Source:dortmund.de
 

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Update of one the biggest browndfield redevelopment projects of the world - lake Phoenix Dortmund

Hafentor

The Harbour Gate project is developing faster than expected (quite unusual for Dortmund) It pulls the AOK and the police in Dortmund Hamburg Dockland into the building. In connection with the Freundlieb management, the old coaching inn, the Tull villa and Horder Castle is a truly very nice entree came. :)



Neubau Hafentor

Quelle: Kaufmann

The Alfred-Trappe street as a direct connection between old town and Phoenix Lake was completed. Some property owners have already invested in their stock, hopefully still with an eye for the beauty of its old buildings.




Quelle: Kaufmann
 

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Riva 1

The Riva 1 project and Seehouse stand before their completion. All scaffolding around the building have fallen and the interior is nearing the end. Known to the Westphalian. Pfefferkorn restaurant and a cocktail bar, a large building in the feed and thus strengthen the gastronomic offer in the harbor.










Quelle: Kaufmann
 

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Seehouse

The Seehouse project is coming to completion. The interior of the restaurant is operated in a huge pace, probably one might even capture some sunshine this year;)

Overall, next to the Pier 4 certainly one of the most beautiful buildings on the lake, I ask for more of it!






Quelle: Kaufmann
 

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Dortmund has seen the decline of three major industries: coal, steel and brewing. In 2001, the Phoenix Ost Steelworks was shut down; in a poignant sign of the industry’s changing fortunes, the individual parts were shipped to Asia. The former industrial site is now dominated by an artificial lake.
 
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