For the Stuttgart Stöckach open architecture competition, we developed a sustainable urban concept. Under the question: How do we want to live in the future? we proposed a mixed-use neighborhood that is well connected to the city. Parking is located on the edges and the entire area is easily accessible by bicycle, public transportation or by foot. Within the neighborhood, short distances are provided and we focus on a movement animating environment / walkability. Urban green and blue infrastructure is necessary for a healthy environment. Therefore, sealed surfaces are kept to a minimum. Roof gardens and green building facades promote air quality and biodiversity. Green space management also promotes a sense of responsibility and community within the neighborhood. We create spaces that allow room for social interaction and resource sharing and make them easily accessible. Co-working spaces, neighborhood markets, community kitchens, and neighborhood cafes promote neighborhood cohesion and create an identity. Existing buildings repurposed and added to with sustainable materials. Flexible living concepts, multigenerational living and the mixing of different uses are for us a decisive component for sustainable urban development.