Berlin TXL thinks about the city and its future
As soon as the Airport Tegel is closed, a research and industrial park is growing in its place — for the city of the future. This will be the meeting place for young entrepreneurs, students, investors, manufacturers, and scientists, where they can work together to develop and produce solutions for the cities of tomorrow, and export these worldwide.
The dream of flying has been fulfilled.
Time for new dreams.
Berlin TXL in brief
Great expectations: The facts at a glance.
BERLIN TXL POTENTIAL
|EMPLOYEES||up to 20,000|
|COMPANIES||up to 1,000|
|GROSS VALUE ADDED IN BERLIN TXL||€1.3 billion p. a.*|
|GROSS VALUE ADDED FOR BERLIN||€2.2 billion p.a.**|
|TAX REVENUE EFFECT FOR LAND BERLIN||€150 million p. a.|
|*for 17,500 jobs|
|**taking into account the overall employment effect of Berlin TXL|
URBAN TECH REPUBLIC
|TOTAL AREA BERLIN TXL|
|PROJECT AREA URBAN TECH REPUBLIC|
|MAIN ROADS AND LANDSCAPING|
|***total area Berlin TXL including Urban Tech Republic, landscaped area and Schumacher Quartier|
|SCHUMACHER QUARTIER||48 ha****|
|CITÉ PASTEUR||18 ha|
|TXL NORTH||29 ha|
|****of which 29 ha on the former airport site|
Will we live in space stations on mars? Maybe. But maybe we will soon be living in space stations on earth.
Our planet is becoming a world of cities: 1.5 million people move to cities each week. And in the next 40 years, we will see more cities built than in the last 4,000 years. A total of 70% of the world’s population will then live on 3% of the earth’s surface.
Organizing this is a real challenge. We need new solutions for mobility, for energy, and for resources. And we need new materials and intelligent systems to make these solutions possible.We need urban technologies. Technologies for the cities of tomorrow.