Referendum

Hardturm Areal

Zurich, Switzerland

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Another popular vote will be held on 27 September 2020 to decide the future of the Hardturm Areal project.

The Hardturm Areal project is being designed by Caruso St John Architects in collaboration with Boltshauser Architekten and pool Architekten. The project comprises a comprehensive redevelopment of the Hardturm area including the stadium, two high-rise buildings with 540 apartments and several mixed-use spaces, and a residential building with 174 cooperative flats. The project is being developed by HRS Real Estate and Credit Suisse.

If the popular vote decides in favour of the project, the stadium will open as early as 2022. The two high-rise buildings and cooperative flats will be completed in 2023.

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