Built around 1900, the impressive four-storey building between Wolliner and Kremmener Straße has a long and colorful history as a place for creative industries and crafts. It will now become the future home to people who truly value these qualities.
The historical building includes lofts of four different types, an underground two-level parking, an inner courtyard with a garden and a children's playground. The old industrial building has been expertly converted into residential lofts for work and living. The exterior and interior decoration meet the highest quality standards. Most of the balconies and terraces face the expansive inner courtyard, which features separate green areas, seating and play areas.
The property has separate storage areas for each unit and a two-storey underground car park with 36 car and 6 motorcycle spaces.
Three lofts ranging from 114 to 193 m² and one commercial space are for sale. The price starts at 911,000 euros.
The apartments are ready for occupancy from the beginning of 2018.
Layout — a living room with a kitchen and a dining room, a bedroom, a bathroom, a guest toilet, a balcony.
Loft living introduced high ceilings and oversized doors, to create open spaces that allowed one to breath and experience individual freedom while in the heart of the city. The undeniable attraction of generous living spaces in which all areas flow together as one endures to this day.
The lofts are defined by airy ceiling heights, floor-to-ceiling wooden windows and plastered steel beams. Open-plan living, kitchen and dining areas underline the character of loft living.
- four passenger lifts
- double glazed windows
- high ceilings
- parquet floors with heating
- heating system
Location and nearby infrastructure
The four-storey building is located in a stone’s throw away from part of the Berlin Wall. Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Museum Island reflects the history in the old and new Mitte district. It’s also home to other Berlin’s must-see sights, some of the most fashionable shopping areas. It’s filled with street cafés and small shops and boasts a picturesque view of the Zionskirche. Young families in particular are drawn to its excellent infrastructure, with kindergartens and schools, a spacious playground and the atmospheric farmer’s markets. The lively, trendy quarter of Prenzlauer Berg, home to Oderberger Strasse, Kastanienallee and Mauerpark, is just a short distance away.