For over 30 years, the capital has been struggling with itself. A “poor but sexy” approach goes hand in hand with complicated and lengthy administrative procedures.
"The BE-U: Answer to Berlin 2030".
What is needed is a city that fits into its natural environment, functions at the interface with its citizens and offers tradespeople an environment for success. When, as with the BE-U, an entire neighbourhood is revitalised, the social function of a commercial property must be considered: What does it provide to tenants and residents? Which areas can be used for public purposes? What does this mean for businesses moving in (restaurants, bars,
shopping markets, etc.). At the same time, we know today, and not just since the energy crisis, that we have to manage our resources so that we can continue to use them in the future. With both social and ecological justice, the BE-U is a response to “Berlin 2030”, the Berlin Senate’s strategy for a sustainable city.