The Hamburg Neustadt Centre occupies the second and third floor of an eight-storey glass building in the 'new town' district of the city. It is within easy reach of both rail and U-Bahn metro system stations. Hamburg is the third largest port in Europe and although it is based on the River Elbe, it is considered a seaport because of its ability to handle ocean-going vessels. It is an important location for the civil aerospace industry and other engineering and manufacturing sectors, as well as more hi-tech companies. Hamburg is home to many leading niche companies, and research and development expertise through institutions like the Hamburg-Harburg University of Technology. The renewable energy sector is developing rapidly, with cutting edge technologies emerging from the region.
Flexible workspace for an hour, day, week, month, or years.
Prices are per person per day on a 24-month agreement, subject to availability.