Land Economics CODIC

With ‘Bonnjour’, the project developers from Dusseldorf introduces a dynamic structural change in the urban area of Kessenich. Bonn: The Oscar Romero Avenue between Marie-Kahle-Strasse and Ollenhauerstrasse a considerable development potential fallow, because a large part of the area, a former wood shop, used as a parking lot for campers and for storage purposes. CODIC has recognized this potential for developing his latest project and will be with Bonnjour”initiate a relevant change of use on this area in the Bonn Federal District. Currently, the areas are empty considered and rejected, so that the demolition work can begin soon. End of March next year the plots for the beginning of the construction activities will be prepared. Bonnjour’ is an architecturally modern commercial real estate on the market, based on the current and future needs of the tenants. By 2014, the total area will receive a completely new urban quality and thus to addresses preferred to establish in the Federal District.

Along with the development of the Office property Bonnjour”, two more buildings are located on the grounds of Oscar Romero Avenue in planning. To the new sanctuary of DHPG attorneys at law, tax consultants and accountants as well as a hotel and apartment house of 3-star category with gastronomy, as well as a fitness and spa facility. We track the supply and demand pattern in the Bonn commercial real estate market. “, so CODIC Managing Director Guido Knumann the motives, Bonnjour” on this site for quite some time to develop. Good locations with development potential are increasingly scarce in the Federal District market. Developable land are usually under the hand of rented or sold to owner-occupiers. And in the meantime also some existing real estate have come in the years so that users are increasingly looking for modern alternatives!” A silver DGNB certification is sought for the Bonnjour”. To the classification in this category is not only a contemporary Land Economics to present, but also a sustainable sustainable, structural and technical design.

The total lettable space of approx. 8,600 square meters is divided in four levels (EC 3.OG) with approximately 1,800 square meters and an attractive season floor (1,400 sqm) with spacious outdoor terraces. All levels are erschlos-sen rotates into itself and secure the exchange of experience and communication among the employees especially for large users. On a total of three cores of the staircase, individual entrees can be created, wide gateways/catwalks from the public street space to pick up the future visitors over 8 m. The Bonnjour is conceptually aligned to Office users, who want to represent in the long term in a wirtschaft-, flexible and sustainably designed buildings individually and appropriately to an attractive price / performance ratio. The excellence of future jobs excels especially in design, architecture, functionality and adaptability in regard to the User requirements from. Marketing activities run since early October. Due to the looming demand CODIC assumes Alternatively two or three users a rental one. The real estate Bonnjour”: the planning design came from the pen of the offices of Doring, Dahmen Joeressen & (DDJ Architects) from Dusseldorf. Client is the Bonnjour project winding GmbH, a 100% subsidiary of CODIC.