Building / Planning / Sport

Feas­ib­il­ity Study Max
Mor­lock Sta­dium Nurem­berg

0405_01_Machbarkeitsstudie Nürnberg
Building, Planning, Sports
City of Nuremberg

The City of Nurem­berg has decided to con­duct a feas­ib­il­ity study regard­ing the future devel­op­ment of the Dutzendteich sports area and the Max Mor­lock Sta­dium in Nurem­berg. The goal is to eval­u­ate pos­sible added value for the inner-city loc­a­tion, the devel­op­ment of pro­fes­sional sports in Nurem­berg and the busi­ness loc­a­tion of the met­ro­pol­itan region. On the one hand, approaches for a care­ful neigh­bor­hood devel­op­ment taking into account the given spe­cial fea­tures of the area and, on the other hand, eco­nom­ic­ally viable devel­op­ment options for a modern foot­ball sta­dium must be con­sidered. 

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PRO­PRO­JEKT was com­mis­sioned together with AS+P Albert Speer + Part­ner GmbH and the con­sult­ing agency Legends Inter­na­tional GmbH to develop eco­lo­gic­ally sus­tain­able, socially accept­able and eco­nom­ic­ally future-ori­ented per­spect­ive scen­arios. Based on a com­pre­hens­ive stake­holder man­age­ment and a derived target matrix, urban spa­tial and con­tent-related recom­mend­a­tions for the devel­op­ment of the Dutzendteich sports area were elab­or­ated as well as con­cep­tual approaches for a modern and eco­nom­ic­ally mar­ket­able foot­ball sta­dium for the future, taking into account the legal frame­work for monu­ments and envir­on­mental pro­tec­tion at the loc­a­tion.

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  • Superordinate project and stakeholder management 
  • Benchmarking and implementation of structural inventory analyses
  • Development of a target matrix and derivation of perspective urban planning scenarios
  • Elaboration of a sustainable stadium concept
  • Analysis of revenue potentials and operating costs 
  • Derivation of initial profitability calculations and operator concepts

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