Available All properties are currently sold or reserved
Price 589.000,00 €
Commission None
Year of construction 2014
Living space 117 m²
Rooms 3
Bathrooms 1 bathroom, 1 guest toilet
Sky deck 60 m²
Covered area 160 m²
Energy source Electricity
Heating Underfloor heating
Energy performance certificate Available
Condition New
Quality of facilities High
Victoriakai-Ufer in Hamburg

Life in the Heart of Hamburg

Floating Homes have created a lively, flourishing and exclusive community at the Victoriakai-Ufer. The seven Floating Homes at the Victoriakai-Ufer are the first section of the “floating pearl necklace“ expected to run through the whole area. The house windows look out to the south, east and west, while the rounded façade at the rear points towards the north. This positioning not only gets the most out of the natural daylight, but also ensures an unrestricted view of the water. All supply and waste pipelines in our Floating Homes are fully connected to Hamburg’s public network.


The Victoriakai-Ufer might be very close to Hamburg’s HafenCity, but you’ll feel like you’ve got the place all to yourself.

Sky Deck

The 60 m² sky deck is the perfect place to enjoy the waterside panorama.

Energy Efficient

Make the most of our really low maintenance costs. A Floating Home is as efficient as an energy-saving house.

Panoramic Windows

Lots of light, lots of fresh air and an unobstructed view of the water.


A private jetty leads you to the porch of your Floating Homes, which provides enough space to get dressed and store clothes. The loft-like construction of our Floating Homes enables a wide range of layouts that can be adapted to meet your personal requirements.

This property has two bedrooms. All layouts contain a spacious bathroom and separate toilet. Depending on the layout, the D Type has around 147 m² of living space and usable space. Half of the 60 m² roof terrace is included in this figure. The property sits upon a reinforced concrete pontoon, ensuring a safe and peaceful setting.

  • Including fitted kitchen and furniture
  • Adjustable underfloor heating in each room
  • Sophisticated oak flooring
  • Private floating jetty with front gate and doorbell
  • Connection to public utilities with water, sewage, electricity and telephone line
  • Onshore utility building with home service connections and waste disposal
  • Sanitary installations
  • Registration as a place of residence possible
  • Heat generation with an energy-saving air heat pump
  • Highly insulated timber-frame structure (EnEV 2013)


Properties / Prices

House 1
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House 2
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House 3
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House 4
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House 5
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House 6
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House 7
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Frequently Asked Questions

What costs are incurred for a mooring space?

When you purchase one of our Floating Homes at the Victoriakai-Ufer in Hamburg, you won’t have to pay any notary fees or land transfer tax. Instead, you’ll have to pay property tax to the city every year. You can find more information about the pilot project in Hamburg and property tax in the sales details. Property tax at our other locations should be discussed with the local owner / administrator of the mooring space.

Are Floating Homes mobile?

Our Floating Homes are not licensed for use as recreational craft and have no motor. Whenever Floating Homes are transported via the waterways, they are coupled to a pressurised towing mechanism and pulled along the water. Our parent company (Matthäi Group) sources the appropriate transport vehicles from its hydraulic engineering department.

How do Floating Homes have to be maintained?

The outer shell of our Floating Homes is made of larch planks that should be replaced every 10 years, and a white lead façade with plastic coating that only has to be cleaned. Contracts have been agreed with specialist companies for the maintenance of technical installations like the heating and lifting system.

How are Floating Homes connected to the public utility networks?

All connections run beneath the jetty and lead straight to the reinforced concrete pontoon. This means they cannot be seen from the outside, and it also allows any fluctuations in the water to be absorbed.