ADMI AHOI, Hamburg
Where the shipowners said “Moin, Moin”
You can’t get more port flair than that. The Admiralitätsstraße could be on the synonym list for shipping. Its location is historic: known as the Shipowners’ Mile, it owes its name to the Admiralty, an authority that was established in 1623 to regulate shipping traffic and trade.
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ADMI AHOI: Ready for the future after extensive refurbishment
The office building ensemble ADMI AHOI – an alliance of names from the historic location of the building and the international sailors’ salute – represents the connection of Fleetinsel to the port of Hamburg. Built in 1987, the property was consistently developed and after a revitalisation of the facade design, it was completely upgraded. The two twin buildings were connected via an underground car park. In addition, the staggered storeys have been increased to a total of seven floors and a unique roof terrace has been added, providing a fascinating panoramic view of the dimensions of the container port and the sensational architecture of the Elbphilharmonie. The interior can be adapted to the tenant’s needs, which offers users the greatest possible flexibility. The entire building was provided with high-quality materials and impresses with its Nordic-minimalist design, which is friendly and radiates lightness.
The Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall close enough to touch
The Fleetinsel quarter, surrounded by water, lives from its special atmosphere. It is located between the Inner Alster and the Elbe, Rödingsmarkt and Michel, the landmark of the Hanseatic city. As a centre for numerous galleries, creative shops, different restaurants and nice cafés, the Admiralitätsstraße is not only popular with shipping people, but also an attraction for tourists interested in art and culture. Here, at the gateway to the world, excursions to the modern HafenCity, the Elbphilharmonie and the Speicherstadt are started. The inner city of Germany’s second largest metropolis is also within walking distance.