The thesis deals with the procedural aspect of the city and develops an urban strategy for Vienna's North West Railway Station under consideration of these observations. The spatial tactics derived thereof, emphasize the city as a place of parallelisms and constant change. Inspired by current plans for the North Western Railway Station and their implementation's delay, I formulated a way to integrate these characteristics into the district's development process. This strategy works procedurally, mediates between the heterogeneous neighbourhoods, the consisting buildings at the station and the desire for new construction. Specifically, the area is made accessible, the existing buildings will be activated and over time integrated into the ongoing construction in the area. The coexistence of converted buildings, re-used buildings and new construction allows for an evolution in small steps.