Ericus-Contor is all about exceptional architecture and excellent space efficiency. Even at first glance, the building surprises and impresses in equal measure. Why? The unusual shape, green courtyard and striking tip resembling a ship’s prow all stand out.
As does the high-quality, glazed double-skin façade with floor-to-ceiling windows. And it’s impossible to overlook the distinctive six-storey south-facing opening in the façade. As well as allowing additional roof gardens on the second floor, this feature creates exciting sight lines and offers captivating views of the surroundings.
THE FUTURE BETWEEN HARBOUR AND CITY
Focusing on the tenant
- Floor-to-ceiling windows
- High-quality double façade with brick base and glass on upper storeys
- External solar shading, controllable room by room
- Cooling with concrete core activation
- Raised-floor system with void
- Individually configurable plasterboard partition walls
- Pendant lamps, floor lamps at tenant’s request
- Velour carpet and matching carpet skirting
- Circulation areas with high-quality hard PVC in wood effect
- Floors in rental space fitted with bonded screed on a separation layer (easy pulling of cable ducts)
- Modern, high-quality fitted kitchen possible
- Ventilation system with 3.5 air changes per hour in all rental areas
- Part cooling ceilings in various rental areas
- Fibre optic connectivity via HSE KOM
- Pre-installed smart card-operated door locking systems
- IT cabling
- Separate water, heat and electricity meters
- Dedicated underground garage
- 219 parking spaces
- Public car parks in the immediate vicinity
- Two StadtRAD bicycle hire docking stations within five minutes’ walk
Central and connected
Ericus-Contor is connected via a shared plinth to the neighbouring building, which belongs to the Spiegel Group. The staggered arrangement of the two buildings creates two public spaces: a forecourt at Brooktorkai and the corner of Oberbaumbrücke, and a welcoming space shielded from traffic and noise that leads to the quayside promenade at Ericusspitze via a wide flight of steps. This open space underlines the expansive character of Ericus-Contor and is ideal for a waterside break.
At Ericus-Contor, you’re not only right at the heart of Hamburg’s business world, you also enjoy the best views and opportunities.
From the Elbphilharmonie concert hall, Hamburg’s wholesale market and Deichtorhallen exhibition venue to the historic Speicherstadt warehouse district and the planned Lohsepark, the central location and iconic architecture put you front and centre.
At Ericus-Contor, you’re not only right at the heart of Hamburg’s business world, you also enjoy the best views and opportunities. From the Elbphilharmonie concert hall, Hamburg’s wholesale market and Deichtorhallen exhibition venue to the historic Speicherstadt warehouse district and the planned Lohsepark – which will be the largest green space in the HafenCity area – the central location and iconic architecture put you front and centre.
Surroundings and location
The exceptional location helps to make Ericus-Contor so unique. Surrounded by water, it connects the eastern gateway of the HafenCity area with the city centre and historic Speicherstadt warehouse district. It would be hard to find a more central position between the established and new centres of Hamburg’s business world.
Almost every non-work need is catered for in the immediate area and readily accessible on foot. And if you do have to venture a little further afield, there’s a direct link to the public transport network, and the Elbe bridges and A1 motorway can be quickly reached by car.