In conjunction with Porsche Design, Porsche AG is planning another iconic Porsche Design Tower and a new Porsche Centre at the Pragsattel in the north of Stuttgart.
The company estimates that construction of the Porsche Centre will take two and a half years, and the tower should be completed around 12 months later.
Two different buildings are in the planning stage: the Porsche Design Tower Stuttgart and the Porsche Centre. The former will offer around 20,000 square meters of commercial and residential floor space, while the latter will provide 9,100 square metres of showroom, gallery, and workshop. A large, two-storey underground car park is also planned, providing around 340 parking spaces.
“With this building project at the Pragsattel, we are creating a landmark for Porsche in our home city of Stuttgart. With its height of around 90 metres, the Porsche Design Tower will be one of the tallest office and residential buildings in Stuttgart and will enrich the cityscape with its timeless architecture,” says Lutz Meschke, Deputy CEO of Porsche AG and Chairman of the Advisory Board of Porsche Design Group.
The Porsche branch that sits opposite the Porsche Museum in Zuffenhausen could move to its new home by the end of 2021.