New construction projects
The situation on the housing market is tense. There is little affordable housing, especially for students. So that we can offer you and your fellow students more affordable housing near campus, we are constantly building new halls of residence throughout Schleswig-Holstein. Here you can find an overview of current projects.
The student dormitory at Feldstraße 16 will offer space for 46 students in the future. Located 15 minutes from the Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and 20 minutes from the Audimax of the Christian Albrechts University, future residents will not have far to go to the university. The house is being built in the immediate vicinity of the UKSH. Students will live together here in seven shared apartments. These share kitchens and common rooms where they can eat, study or simply relax together. Each living unit is equipped with its own bathroom. There is one barrier-free room on each of the upper floors.
Start of construction: 27.01.2020
Planned completion: first quarter of 2023
News from the construction site: Construction work is nearing completion. Currently, painting work is underway, the electo-assembly is underway. Soon the trades will start with the flooring.
The further construction phase of the dormitory will provide housing for another 159 students. The rooms are distributed over ten units with a maximum of twelve single rooms. The students have their own bathrooms. They share kitchens and can thus spend the evening together after a stressful day. There are also common rooms that students can use for studying, chatting or having lunch together. The residence hall will feature eight barrier-free single rooms with bathrooms and kitchenettes.
Start of construction: July 2021
Planned completion: August 2023
News from the construction site: The structural work is underway. The basement and first floor are finished.
On a triangular plot of land along Leibnizstraße on the campus of Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, a student hall of residence with 160 flats for students is expected to be built within the next five years. After completion, four further multi-storey halls of residence are to be built northwest of the university library in the long term.
Current status: The award of the general planning contract has been completed. The planning documents of the underlying feasibility study are now being concretised and deepened by a team of specialist planners.