We are living in a fast-paced era where we are required to move and adapt constantly to new situations and circumstances in order to stay competitive. In this master-thesis I will be applying the ability to change and adjust into the world of building and planning by redeveloping the harbor area of the city of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in Spain. Buildings are characterized to have a long durability as well as usually being built and planned for only one purpose and function such as housing, offices or hotels etc. Flexibility and variability in planning and building nowadays is key to achieve sustainable efficiency. The building must be able to adjust and deliver the demands of the user on long term. As a result, using sustainable energy such as photovoltaic systems, geothermic and terrestrial heat, in addition to the electrification of the private transport, I have created a model of urban development that combines efficiency, sustainability, profitability and respect for the environment.