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Commercial real estate

Green Places

GREENPLACES - Industrial parks in modular timber construction

The timber construction method was chosen because of its high sustainability. It combines ecological aspects with a high level of room comfort.

  • Wood is light, versatile and CO2 neutral,
  • Provides a pleasant indoor climate.

GreenPlaces combine the economic advantages of a fast, modular construction method with a high flexibility of use.

GreenPlaces consist of modules, each with an area of around 170 m². The modules can be used flexibly both horizontally and vertically. They can be combined to form larger units.
One can work here, offer services, hold meetings and training sessions, set up a showroom and much more. Architecture and design offer a high recognition value.


The concept was developed by a team of experienced project developers in Switzerland. Here, this innovative concept is already established.


Lichner Projects has advised GreenPlaces in Germany on:

  • Market entry strategy
  • Formation of the company
  • Selection of local partners

and is now actively involved in the realization:
Site evaluation, land search, clarification of buildability, negotiations with landowners and other stakeholders such as public offices, marketing and administration, banks, etc.

"With headquarters in Fribourg and roots in Frankfurt, we are the link between Switzerland and Germany for GreenPlaces."


Germany's first GreenPlaces is being built in Hassloch with 42 modules spread over three buildings. Thanks to its location in the North business park, directly next to the new BAUHAUS, it has excellent visibility.

The business park is located directly on the freeway access road. The S-Bahn with connections within the Palatinate, but also across to Heidelberg, can be reached from GreenPlaces in just a few minutes on foot.

You can move in in the fall of 2021. The marketing is done by the United VR Bank Kur- und Rheinpfalz eG.

Here you can see the GreenPlaces Hassloch