Beautifully located in the center and a resting place in the bustle of the big city.
July 19, 2018
With the settlement of the "Scheringstadt" (today: Bayer AG site) in the post-war period, the adjacent open spaces in the area were also upgraded. The Wedding side of the north harbor was designed from 1952/1953, and the side of the former Tiergarten district was designed from 1953/1954. The port as an industrial site and the river and canal banks should be transformed into green recreational areas.
After its completion, the park was a popular local recreation area for residents of Wedding and Lehrter Straße: excursion boats docked, and for about ten years there was an illuminated fountain in the middle of the northern harbor, similar to the Alster fountain in Hamburg. However, since the Nordhafen Bridge was built in 1970 (Bundesstraße 96), the area has been severely affected by traffic noise. In addition, the Berlin Wall ran south of the Panke's fore-basin, so that the park was located on the outskirts of West Berlin.
From 2006, the partial areas of the park could be upgraded. The promenade along the canal with a sunbathing area and balcony was designed in connection with the construction of the main train station, while the northern bank of the Pankebecken was redesigned by the summer of 2009 to compensate for the construction of Ellen-Epstein-Strasse in Moabit and forms today's Sellerpark.
In 2015, the pharmaceutical company Bayer bought the street Am Nordhafen in exchange for having the Nordhafen Park redesigned by early 2016.
November 17, 2020
A little pep is still missing. More flowers and trees would do you good.
January 5, 2020
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