Aon leases the Flying Gardens at Elbtower
Another successful leasing contract for the Elbtower – SIGNA Real Estate has signed a long-term lease with Aon Germany for the high-rise development in HafenCity. One of the world’s leading risk consultants will relocate its Hamburg office to the Elbtower once it’s completed in 2025 and will lease around 6,300 m² of office space on floors 7 and 8.
This means that the pre-letting rate for the office space is already over 30 percent three years before the Elbtower’s completion. Further leases have already been signed and will be announced soon.
»We were convinced by the Elbtower’s overall package. The Elbtower will be Hamburg’s most innovative building and will set new standards in sustainability and technology.«
“We are delighted to announce Aon as another high-quality tenant for the Elbtower,” says Timo Herzberg, CEO SIGNA Real Estate. “Aon’s requirements for flexible working concepts can be perfectly implemented in the spacious premises, so that Aon can offer its employees equal space for creativity, communication and concentrated work in the best location in Hamburg.”
“We were convinced by the Elbtower’s overall package,” says Kai Büchter, CEO Aon DACH. “The Elbtower will be Hamburg’s most innovative building and will set new standards in sustainability and technology. The Elbtower offers our employees a modern office concept and a prestigious location in trendy HafenCity. With its diverse offerings ranging from gastronomy to sports and culture to perfect transport connections, the Elbtower meets all the requirements for successful work and recreation. A special highlight of the floors we rent are the Flying Gardens, which are ideal for lunch breaks and creative outdoor workspaces in the green spaces above the rooftops of the city.”
The Elbtower – an architectural and urban planning icon
The 245-metre-high, 64-storey Elbtower was designed by the renowned architectural firm David Chipperfield Architects. The Elbtower will become the eastern end of HafenCity, visible from afar, and the prelude to Hamburg’s city entrance on the Norderelbe and the new adjacent major urban development projects Grasbrook and Billebogen. Particular emphasis was placed on the building’s sustainability. Thanks to its intelligent energy concept, the Elbtower is operated in a CO2-neutral manner. The heat for the Elbtower is obtained from wastewater heat, district heating and waste heat from production.
The publicly accessible ground floors with their innovative layouts will offer a variety of shops, restaurants, co-working spaces and cultural uses. They will form a public space for Elbtower users and visitors. Here, office users, hotel guests, tourists and Hamburg residents alike will find an excellence that invites them to stay a little longer. Nobu Hospitality will open its first hotel and restaurant in Germany in the Elbtower. The tower itself offers the most modern, flexibly configurable office space, in which the working world of tomorrow will find a home. The public viewing platform, at a height of 225 metres, opens up a unique view of the city.