- Project development
- Infrastructure concept
- General planning
- Land-use planning
DEVELOPMENT OF A GREEN CITY QUARTER IN THE HEART OF WORMS
From commercial wasteland to urban quarter
With the development of the Licht-Luftbad-Quartier on the former Rheinmöve site in Worms, we have made it our task, together with the city administration and the citizens of Worms, to realize a lively urban quarter close to the city center. The predominantly residential environment is to be optimally complemented and sustainably upgraded by the development. In addition to the approximately 425 apartments, numerous commercial and retail spaces as well as a daycare center will be created in the quarter.
An excess of sustainability
In the Licht-Luftbad-quarter, the focus is clearly on sustainable development. Accordingly, up to 70% of the building parts will be planted and the natural tree population will not only be preserved, but also supplemented by additional trees.
An e-mobility concept and the particularly energy-efficient planning of the buildings go without saying here.
Clear for the mobility turnaround
Like many cities, the city of Worms is confronted with the challenges of the traffic turnaround. By implementing an innovative mobility concept, the Licht-Luftbad-Quartier is to contribute to successfully mastering the turnaround. Therefore, we are already planning with innovative car and bike sharing offers as well as a so-called last mile concept for the residents and visitors of the future city quarter.
First Citizens' Workshop for the Licht-Luftbad-quarter
Because we always think of our projects from the user's point of view, we involve all stakeholders - such as the municipality, tenants and investors - in the process from the very beginning. For this reason, in April 2019 we joined forces with the city of Worms to invite the citizens and residents of Monsheimer Strasse to a citizens' workshop in the vacant premises of the Möbel Boss furniture store. Around 100 citizens accepted the invitation and provided valuable input for the future development of the neighborhood.
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