Housing company Vonovia is streamlining its organization and relocating its separate Hamburg offices to the ‘BRAMS’ building complex at Bramfelder Chausee 104. The firm has therefore signed a long-term lease agreement for some 3,970 m² of office space and plans to move in by May 2024. evoreal, owner and developer of the five to seven storey high office complex with two basement floors and some 20,000 m² of rentable space (as defined by gif), announces that the property, completed in the 3rd quarter of 2022, is now fully let. akquinet, an IT company, is the main tenant.
Named as the lead broker, Colliers was consultant to evoreal. Grossmann & Berger, member of German Property Partners (GPP), brokered the office space under the terms of a consultancy commission from Vonovia in cooperation with Projektlabor. The latter, a consultancy for workplaces and organization, designed the office profile for Vonovia.
Vonovia: treading the ‘climate path’ with sustainable office space
This move will allow Vonovia to improve the quality of space occupied by its local team and creates space for modern workplace concepts. Moreover, the sustainability concept of ‘BRAMS’ chimes with Vonovia’s own ‘climate path’. The change of location thus contributes to the company’s environmental responsibility aims. Vonovia is headquartered in Bochum, employs around 15,900 people and owns some 550,000 apartments across Germany.
‘BRAMS’: Technology meets sustainability in Bramfeld
‘BRAMS’ is a concept that seeks to combine comprehensive sustainability and state-of-the-art technology. In addition to the requisite photovoltaic installation, the building has a rainwater management system, measures its CO2 emissions, and reduces both light pollution and its heat island effects. There are also 23 charging stations for electric cars and bicycles on site, as well as 231 car and 231 bike parking spaces. ‘BRAMS’ was awarded a “LEED Gold” certificate of sustainability.
In the immediate vicinity evoreal...
... is developing the new ‘Moosrosenweg’ quarter on a 22,000 m² site; it is planned to build 550 apartments and a child care centre. The project architects, as for the ‘BRAMS’, are KPW.