Case Study: Carlsberg City District
Sustainable Environment Incorporates Wireless Innovation
Overview: Technically Advanced Solution Addresses Needs of Urban Development
The Carlsberg name has a rich heritage in Denmark. In 1847 J.C. Jacobsen founded Carlsberg Brewery. He named it after his son, Carl, and the hill (or berg) it was built on. Today the original site of this famous brewery is being transformed into a sustainable city district, located just minutes from the center of Copenhagen. Known as the Carlsberg City District, this area is comprised of 101,000 m2 of space, including 15,000 m2 for apartments, 3,500 m2 for commercial offices, 6,500 m2 for shops and restaurants, 19,000 m2 for underground parking, and 57,000 m2 dedicated to the new Carlsberg Campus for UCC University College.
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