The Tichelhaus has nothing but front sides. One facing Willy-Brandt-Stras-se towards the City, the other one facing Nikolaifleet towards Cremon and Speicherstadt, where Hamburg‘s famous theatre ship is anchored right by the building. With its striking brick façade, it combines a contemporary feel with Hamburg‘s tradition of brickwork and the history of its location. A total of about 8,400 m² of lettable space (including loggias, offices with rooftop terraces, and restaurant spaces) are designed to offer the greatest possible flexibility of use: The residential spaces have loggias that face south, away from the noise and with a view to Nikolaifleet. The generous state-of-the-art office spaces get daylight from several sides and can be flexibly adapted to tenants‘ needs. On the ground floor, tenants of the co-working spaces, offices and restaurants and their guests will enjoy the open atmosphere and beautiful views of the Nikolaifleet provided by the large windows.