At the beginning of the week, an eleven-member jury had selected 15 works for the second phase from the 24 competition entries that had to be submitted by 1 July. This was announced by the Senate Administration on Wednesday. The Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark is to be redesigned as a "sports park for all" to become a barrier-free inclusion sports park. Climate protection and biodiversity are equally high priorities.
Second phase for the redevelopment of the Jahn Sports Park begins
The Senate Department for Urban Development, Building and Housing has launched the second competition phase for the redesign of the Friedrich Ludwig Jahn Sports Park.
Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark becomes barrier-free inclusion sports park
In the first phase of the competition, conceptual solutions were developed for the inclusion sports park and the large stadium, including the necessary access areas. The work will be presented in sound during a public digital exhibition on 16 August from 2pm to 10pm. In the upcoming second phase, architectural experts will continue to work in detail together with specialist engineers.
Construction to begin in 2024
According to the audited requirements programme, a total of 97 million euros gross is available for the stadium construction with its immediate open spaces. The first parts of the stadium construction are to be implemented from 2024. When the construction is to be completed was not given a year.