The Hamburger Abendblatt “has finally arrived”
The Hamburger Abendblatt daily newspaper has taken up residence in FRANKONIA Eurobau’s Grosser Burstah. Since they moved in last week the newspaper is now being produced in a prime location in the centre of Hamburg, between Rödingsmarkt and the City Hall. Chief editor Lars Haider is confident that his editorial staff has “finally arrived in the heart of Hamburg”. The newspaper group’s Hamburg staff of 350 will now work from 12,000 m2 of offices space, over three floors. Other neighbours in Grosser Burstah are dm-Drogeriemarkt (drugstore) and British designer-furniture chain Habitat, who have just opened their doors in the recently completed complex.
8 April 2015