We are the Tegel Projekt GmbH
Berlin-Tegel Airport will close six months after the new international Berlin Brandenburg Airport opens. Over the next several years, the area will then see the construction of a research and industrial park for urban technologies, Berlin TXL – The Urban Tech Republic and a new residential district: the Schumacher Quarter.
The state of Berlin has commissioned Tegel Projekt GmbH with developing and managing Berlin TXL – The Urban Tech Republic and the Schumacher Quarter. The state-owned company employs 41 people (as of November 2019). They work on revising the master plan; brand development; planning for building construction, as well as for technical, energy, and traffic infrastructure; sales preparation; and the communication of the project to the public.
The Urban Tech Republic will have up to 1,000 large and small companies with approximately 20,000 employees engaged in research, development, and production.
And more than 2,500 students will move into the former terminal building along with the renowned Beuth University of Applied Sciences. Berlin TXL focuses on those aspects needed to sustain the growing cities of the 21st century: the efficient use of energy, sustainable construction, environmentally-friendly mobility, recycling, the networked management of systems, clean water, and the use of new materials.
New concepts for life in the city of the future will be realized in this neighborhood in the years ahead: the Schumacher Quarter will see the development of more than 5,000 apartments for over 10,000 people in a lively urban neighborhood with day care centers, schools, and shopping options.
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Since 2011, Tegel Projekt GmbH has been working on behalf of Land Berlin to develop Tegel Airport into a research and industry park for urban technologies: Berlin TXL – The Urban Tech Republic. Our team of experts is on hand to answer any questions you have.