Adding value for future generations

Stücki Park – where bright minds meet. People come here to research and work, to learn, to meet, to chat, to be entertained, to relax or just to have fun.

Facts & Figures

  • Workspace for 4,000 people by 2023
  • 70,000 m2 office and laboratory space by 2023
  • Commercial spaces totalling 8,000 m2
  • Multiplex cinema with 14 screens and a bowling alley, with a capacity of up to 2,100 (from autumn 2020)
  • Flexible spaces for meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE)
  • Hotel with 130 rooms, nine suites, five apartments and seven meeting/seminar rooms

The innovation cluster in northern Basel

Excellence in Life Science

Stücki Park is a unique, urban business and innovation hub, combining excellent research and development activities in the field of life sciences with an inspirational choice of facilities and services for everyday living. With its professional infrastructure and its intelligent tenant mix, Stücki Park has enhanced Basel’s status as a centre for business and science, boosting local development and enriching the cultural and entertainment programme in the border triangle.

Location

Stücki Park in the north of Basel has an urban catchment of around 620,000 residents. It enjoys the advantage of direct access to the motorway and is close to EuroAirport. By the end of 2020, 436 parking spaces will have been added to the current 1,000. There are also plans for a shuttle pilot project for Stücki Park employees. This will significantly cut journey times to Basel SBB and Saint-Louis railway stations.

Innovation hub with wide appeal

The success story of Basel’s pharmaceutical industry continues today where it first began. Stücki Park is the perfect hotbed for innovative companies. Right in the heart of northern Basel, with connections to the world. Stücki Park is already an established part of the region’s life sciences cluster. The creation of additional laboratory and office spaces (to be opened in 2020 and 2023) will add to the area’s significance, making it a beacon in the life sciences landscape.

Dynamic environment in northern Basel

The neighbourhood surrounding Stücki Park is also set to undergo major changes over the course of the next few years. The port area is being developed, a new container terminal and station are being built and the trinational ‘3Land’ project is regenerating the area between Dreirosen Bridge and Palmrain Bridge. The development of the Klybeck district will also have a positive impact on the north of Basel.

Roadmap



2023
  • Innovation – Experience – Health – Shopping
  • Business hub with workspace for 4,000 people
  • Area of 111,000 m2
  • Opening/completion of two further new office and laboratory buildings with a total area of 13,500 m2
2020
  • Opening/completion of the first two new office and laboratory buildings with a total area of 14,100 m2
  • a total of 2300 jobs/workplaces
  • Conference centre for talks, exhibitions and much more
  • Multiplex cinema with 14 screens
  • Bowling alley
2019
  • Opening of the Village at the heart of Stücki Park
  • Communal centre where people come to meet
  • Workspace for 1,950 people
2017
  • Transformation of Stücki Park
    The approach is human-centred. As well as adding shopping and entertainment, enhancements are made to facilities for employees.
2011
  • Opening of the Technologiepark Basel reinforces the location as a business hub.
2009
  • 84,000 m2 for development of the district
    The Stücki shopping centre opens in September. At the same time, the medical technology company Medartis moves into its premises in the north of the area.
1984
  • A centre for culture and cultures
    After industry come art and entertainment, with performances, events and all-night parties. A spirit of innovation still reigns. The Stücki area becomes a magnet, attracting people from around the world.
1917
  • Pioneering spirit
    In the 19th century, Basel’s dyeing business led to industrialisation. Basel’s dye works was among the pioneers of the chemical industry. Its impact on the town can still be felt today.