Textile And Fashion Center In The Hamburg Speicherstadt Continues To Grow

The store new and old tenants of fashion the textile and fashion industry ensures further movement in the warehouse district. For many years in the memory block X-based trade agency “floor. 4”, sailor/Schurmann GbR, remains on course for success and requires more presentation space for their brands. The new tenant Treaty around the double floor space in the same building with an area of 750 square meters. Opening date for the new showroom of Boden 4 is November. “The idea to go into the warehouse district, was just right. We feel here very well, our customers also appreciate the atmosphere of the historical Speicherstadt”, says Managing Director Heiner Schurmann. “This resulted in our agency name ground.

4′, the first rental space is located on the 4.Boden.” To expand successfully, we will increase our area.” Tenant of the showroom in block X is the renowned lifestyle label Kuyichi. Kuyichi was founded in 2001 in Haarlem near Amsterdam and combines a trendy fashion collection with Sustainability, responsibility towards environment and suppliers. Kuyichi is the pioneer in the use of organic and sustainable raw materials. This social responsibility and cool styles and Denims in line eight geben, Kuyichi Germany explains spokeswoman Jenna Mathiasch. “The memory of city is an ideal location for us”. Kuyichi distributes its products in eight countries and over 500 shops. In the Speicherstadt is Kuyichi Germany from November 2010 the women’s and men’s collections in a redesigned from showroom in block X on an area of 370 square meters.

Additional 6,000 square meters for fashion & design 2011 young fashion in the historic warehouse district – this combination proves to be a success story. From early 2011 more around 6,000 square metres of lettable area in memory block are in the monumental ensemble Q for the fashion, design and creative industry available. HHLA real estate develops and manages the Speicherstadt sensitive to the vital inner-city district.


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