The northern double courtyard in the Pergolenviertel with 280 residential units for SAGA was completed in December and will be occupied by the beginning of February. In the second southern courtyard, 80 residential units and a day-care centre will be ready for occupancy in spring. Both courtyards are typologically oriented towards Hamburg's reform housing of the 1920s. The generously dimensioned courtyard buildings respond volumetrically to their context and are given a human scale by the finely detailed clinker brick. An economical organisation of the flat floor plans with a comparatively low proportion of development areas created the scope for a carefully detailed and high-quality exterior shell. The solid prefabricated clinker facades remained within budget and stand for sustainability and solidity. The 360 flats were built within the framework of subsidised housing and meet the energy standard as a KfW 55 efficiency house. In addition, larger units were created for assisted living groups and an exercise room. In addition to bicycle rooms, charging stations for e-bikes and cargo bicycles are provided. The mobility concept includes car-sharing services as well as charging stations for e-mobility. The construction costs amount to 51 million euros.