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Hanseviertel Shopping Centre

  • © HANSEVIERTEL, Orange Cube, Gunnar Zink
  • © HANSEVIERTEL, Orange Cube, Gunnar Zink
  • © HANSEVIERTEL, Orange Cube, Gunnar Zink
  • © HANSEVIERTEL, Orange Cube, Gunnar Zink
  • © HANSEVIERTEL, Orange Cube, Gunnar Zink
  • © HANSEVIERTEL, Orange Cube, Gunnar Zink
  • © HANSEVIERTEL, Orange Cube, Gunnar Zink
  • © HANSEVIERTEL, Orange Cube, Gunnar Zink
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    In the Hanse district in Hamburg, shopaholics can have a great time. The largest shopping arcade in the Hanseatic city is in Poststrasse between Gänsemarkt and the Town Hall.

    Over 60 shops in this centre whet the appetite for shopping and strolling through the stores. The many boutiques and speciality shops make for a real shopper's paradise and offer many new and unusual ideas and special opportunities. Well-known brands and well-known chain stores offer a huge selection from interior decoration to lingerie - a friendly smile and qualified advice included. From antiques to facilities, housing design and evening wear: Occupying 9,000 square meters, there is a variety of stores and shops that are open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 10pm. There are brands such as Pandora, Douglas, Timberland or Falke - to name just a few.

    The Hanse district is known for its shops that offer their clients exclusive and elegant fashion. Even the architectural construction of the passage is something special and also a treat for the eyes. Attractive events such as Hamburg Theatre Day and the Hamburg Art Stairs or numerous exhibitions round off the day's shopping. If you get hungry during your shopping trip, eight restaurants and cafés are waiting to take care of you with delicious treats. If you want to treat yourself to something exclusive, you can stop by the lobster stall. There is also Café Rouge opposite. Here visitors are served delicious hot drinks as well as breakfast and lunchtime snacks. The restaurant Les Parisiennes is also located here. In this restaurant guests are treated to French, Asian and Italian cuisine. Another great restaurant is broscheks, serving fish dishes, north German cuisine and vegetarian specialities. If you want to travel by public transport, you can use any underground and suburban railway stations and get off at Jungfernstieg or Gänsemarkt. Both stations are just a short walk from the Hanse district. However, the shopping centre also has a car park with 440 spaces, which is open around the clock for shopping in Hamburg's Hanse district.

    Car Park

    • The path between the main entrance and the multi-storey car par is well lit with no glare.  You can use the wall to guide yourself along. There are no obstacles, i.e.: objects jutting out into the area, that may hinder you.
    • The lifts to the multi-storey car park are well lit with no glare.
    • The light-dark contrast for operating elements/signs is not very distinct.
    • Audible or tactile information (e.g.: Braille) is not available.
    • The stairs to the multi-storey car park are well lit with no glare. There are handrails on both sides. The steps have no visual or tactile difference to the rest of the surroundings.

    Entrances

    • The entrances on Gerhofstraße, Poststraße/Große Bleichen, Große Bleichen 30, Große Bleichen 36 contrast in colour to the rest of the surroundings.
    • The entrances are well lit with no glare.
    • The entrances can be differentiated by a noticeable change in floor texture, perceptible underfoot.
    • The signs outside the entrances are in a clear, legible font.
    • The light-dark contrast is not very distinct.
    • The glass doors have no safety markings.

    General Information

    • The doors are not revolving doors. The doors and their frames contrast visually with the rest of the surroundings.
    • The interior is well lit with no glare.
    • The paths do not contrast with the rest of the surroundings.
    • There are no tactile orientation aids perceptible underfoot, nor are there other buildings or fixtures that can be used as landmarks.
    • You can partially use the wall to guide yourself along.

    Signage

    • The signs inside are in a clear, legible, contrasting font.
    • Other information is presented in images (pictograms).

    Disabled Toilet, Basement Floor

    • The toilet can be reached using the stairs or a lift.
    • The stairs are well lit with no glare. There are handrails on both sides. The stairs have no visual or tactile difference to the rest of the surroundings.
    • The lift is well lit with no glare. The light/dark contrast for operating elements/signs is not very distinct.
    • Audible or tactile information (e.g.: Braille) is not available.

    There is an alarm contact in the toilet.

    • All entrances/doors are at least 90 cm wide.
    • All spaces and retail establishments can be accessed without the use of stairs.
    • The lift to the toilet area has inside dimensions of at least 110 cm x 140 cm.
    • The movement areas have an area of at least 150 cm².
    • In the sanitation rooms, built with accessibility in mind, the movement area to the left of the toilet is at least 70 cm x 90 cm (to the right of the toilet, it is only 70 cm x 67 cm).
    • In the sanitation rooms, built with accessibility in mind, there are fold-up hand rails either side of the toilet.
    • In the sanitation rooms, built with accessibility in mind, the hand basin and mirror can be used in either a sitting or standing position.

    Car Park

    • Designated parking spaces for people with disabilities are available.
    • The shopping arcade can either be reached using stairs or a lift from the car park.
    • Outgoing emergency calls from the lifts to the multi-storey car park are confirmed audibly, not visually.

    Entrances

    • The arcade can be accessed via entrances on Gerhofstraße, Poststraße/Große Bleichen, Große Bleichen 30 and Große Bleichen 36.

    Signage

    • The signs inside are in a clear, legible, contrasting font.

    Disabled Toilet, Basement Floor

    • The toilet can be reached using the stairs or a lift.
    • An emergency call from the lift is not confirmed visually.
    • There is an alarm contact in the toilet.
    • If an alarm sounds (i.e.: fire alarm), there is also a clearly visible indication

     

     

    Contact and Consulting

    DECM Deutsche Einkaufs-Center Management GmbH

    Centermanagement Hanseviertel

    Poststraße 33

    20354 Hamburg

     

    Tel.: 040 – 34 80 930

    E-Mail: info@hanseviertel.de

    Web: www.hanseviertel.de

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