Situated just a short walk from Jungfernstieg and Binnenalster, the 63Grad building blends seamlessly into the streetscape of Hamburg’s most upscale highstreet area, donning a timeless façade of light-coloured natural stone and contrasting metal features. Both the vibrant urban environment and the unobstructable canalside view of its well-appointed modern office floors are sure to inspire and motivate those who work here.
Hamburg. Germany’s Gateway to the World. Hanseatic city of many centuries. With its population of over 1.8 million, Hamburg is Germany’s second largest city and home to the third-largest seaport in Europe. Around the port of Hamburg, the largest continuous industrial zone in northern Europe has evolved. Other defining traits of the city include a flourishing publishing industry, a rich creative-media landscape and not least a busy trading and manufacturing sector. Its business community is renowned nationwide for its Hanseatic virtues of the habitual understatement and commercial reliability.
At the same time, the city attracts tourists from all over the globe. As well it might, for its historic canalside warehouse district was declared an UNESCO World Cultural Heritage in 2025 while the Reeperbahn red light district is well known far beyond Germany, and the Elbphilharmonie concert hall combines an architectural landmark with best-in-class musical events.
Neuer Wall is a high street in the inner city, mere minutes from Hamburg’s neoclassicist city hall. Located between Bleichenfleet and Alsterfleet, it counts among the city’s most upscale shopping streets. You will find numerous prestigious companies, law firms and service agencies tucked among international brand boutiques, cafés and restaurants. 63Grad, a state-of-the-art mixed office and retail building midway down the street, fits right in with its compelling touch of understatement.
Neuer Wall looks back on long history. As early as the thirteenth century, it was part of the ancient fortifications of the Hanseatic city. Today, the elegant high street between Bleichenfleet and Alsterfleet is synonymous with leisurely upscale shopping sprees. Flagship stores of international designers and luxury brands, new trendy labels, and time-honoured local retail institutions set the scene. A wide variety of restaurants, cafés and bars ensures that urban life continues virtually around the clock.
The building at Neuer Wall 63 blends harmoniously into the scene as it combines light-coloured natural stone with dark steel elements into a modern look of timeless elegance, style and class.
The units at the 63Grad offer the greatest possible freedom to design customised work environments. They permit the easy implementation of modern office floor plans that range from open-plan configurations to collaboration areas and mixed zones.
Cavity floors deliver flexibly customised cabling to all areas. Large floor-length windows with exterior solar shading admit plenty of light into the rooms and help to create a pleasant feel-good ambience. Highest-spec materials such as real-wood parquetry and the extensive use of glass enhance an atmosphere that lets you work in a relaxed and simultaneously focused manner.
The 63Grad is centrally located in downtown Hamburg, mere minutes from the Inner Alster Lake and conveniently accessible by public transportation. The Stadthausbrücke rapid-transit station is very close by, while a five minute walk will take you to the Rödingsmarkt underground stop (U3 line). Hamburg’s airport is eleven kilometres or a car ride of about 25 minutes away.
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