This is a residential building and a public underground parking garage designed by Meyer-Wolters & Yeger Architekten. The interior courtyard with a view of the nearby forest and a relaxing atmosphere, as well as the 38 apartments, benefit from the garage as a shield against noise and light from a neighbouring overground metro station. The façades feature the Hamburg tradition of dark red brick and therefore correspond to the surrounding buildings. The strict brickwork is interrupted by concrete frames with white plaster, large overhanging loggias in the courtyard and a flat profile on the street side. The architects cooperated closely with structural engineers to develop a structural system that has just two supporting walls and a supporting column in the middle of the apartment, enabling six different layouts for the same apartment.