The Latvian Museum of Contemporary Art will be located within the territory of the business and leisure centre New Hanza City (NHC). NHC is being developed across an area of 24.5 hectares in the location of the former Riga railway goods station, in the quarter between Hanzas iela, Pulkveža Brieža iela, Skanstes iela and Sporta iela. The museum will be adjoined by a number of office buildings, including the headquarters of ABLV Bank, a hotel, conference centre, exclusive apartment district, a pre-school educational facility, as well as an urban garden with spacious and verdant grounds for recreation at the heart of the territory.
New Hanza City is located in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site – „The historic centre of Riga” protection zone and directly adjacent to the State significance urban construction monument „Historic centre of Riga city” territory.
More information about the New Hanza territory here
The location of the Latvian Museum of Contemporary Art within the territory of New Hanza City, in the quarter between Hanzas Street, Pulkveža Brieža Street, Skanstes Street and Sporta Street