on the Welse
Deutsche Habitat, together with its general planner PZWO, is developing a modern and sustainable residential area in the center of Delmenhorst on a site of just under 145,000 m². A broad mix of energy-efficient and space-optimized semi-detached houses, terraced houses and multi-story residential buildings is planned, as well as commercial units and sufficient parking spaces, e.g. in two parking garages in addition to the residential units. The sustainably designed project is located on the Welse River, which flows directly through the residential area and forms a natural focal point. Several playgrounds and a meadow orchard are planned in the generously designed outdoor areas.
Location At the center
Delmenhorst is part of the northwest metropolitan region, which is home to about 2.7 million people. With more than 82,000 inhabitants, the independent city is the center of the Oldenburg region in Lower Saxony. Delmenhorst is located west of Bremen and about 35 km southeast of Oldenburg. The accessibility of the property is excellent: the Delmenhorst shopping mall can be reached on foot in less than six minutes and the Delmenhorst train station in ten minutes. From here, it takes about ten minutes to get to Bremen's main train station. The well-developed bus line network offers mobility within and outside the city - even in the evening and at night. Further infrastructural links to the metropolitan regions of Hamburg, Hanover and Rhine-Ruhr are provided by the freeways. The A28 can be reached in just six minutes by car. Delmenhorst is characterized by a wide variety of industries in the manufacturing sector: from internationally active companies in the food industry to producers of sustainable vinyl flooring solutions or sought-after offshore, marine and underwater technology, suppliers to the automotive industry and small and medium-sized enterprises. In addition, the Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg is located here as an Advanced Study Institute which hosts scientists from all over the world. Due to the proximity to nationally important university locations such as Bremen and Oldenburg, resident companies can access a broad pool of qualified specialists.