Office lofts in the trendy district

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Office lofts in the trendy district of Prenzlauer Berg: a historic factory becomes a start-up hotbed and creative universe.


Greifswalder Straße 212 · 10405 Berlin

In the middle of the Prenzlauer Berg district close to the city centre, a magnet for an international audience, an old textile factory was transformed into high-quality converted loft space. The complete renovation and expansion in 2008 woke the building ensemble from its slumber and breathed new life into it. Established companies and start-ups alike  appreciate the open-space areas, the high-tech equipment and the campus life. The space concept is as agile and flexible as the young companies: the offices can easily be converted into smart areas for concentrated or joint work, and foldable glass surfaces can be adapted to the needs of the new workers. People like to meet on the roof terraces and in the green inner courtyards for socialising.

Well connected:
Tram M4 Hufelandstraße

Sitting area Loft office Glass partitions
Working worlds as desired: The spacious, bright office areas create scope to make an individual statement.
Glass front exposed concrete empty office space
Modern corridors: The architecture plays with transparency, light and relics from the factory's history.
Light sculpture courtyard
Playful façade: The fact that creative work is going on behind these walls is already evident in the courtyard.
flexible glass wall meeting room
Switching and folding: Glass walls separate open-space areas into individual compartments in no time at all.
Loft office with office kitchen and lounge area
There are small office kitchens and lounge areas on each floor.
Brick wall modern office
Restored historic brick walls bear witness to the long history of the former factory and contrast effectively with the modern furnishings.
Loft office glass walls
Let there be light: Despite partly thick walls, lightness prevails on all floors. Honey-coloured shimmering wooden floors provide grounding.
modern bright office corridor
The corridors are also well-lit and wide
modern office toilets
The grey scale in the sanitary areas harmonises with the concrete look throughout the building.
Historic factory facade
Trademark of the former textile factory: the coffered windows divided into small squares
modern office facade black
Behind the modern street-side façade is a sprawling office campus that extends over several courtyards.
Facts &

At a glance

Year of construction/refurbishment: 1910, 1980/2008, 2014
Use: Office building with loft space
Property size: ca. 5,500 m²
GFA/NGFA: ca. 18,000 m²/ca. 15,500 m²

Equipment highlights

  • 15,000 m² office and commercial space, 43 parking spaces
  • Ceramic tiles in combination with plaster facade
  • Controllable lift systems providing direct access to the rental space
  • Aluminium windows with insulating glazing, some with external sunshades
  • High-quality strip industrial parquet or real wood floorboards
  • Stoneware and mosaic tiles in the sanitary area
  • Bangkirai wooden decks on the terraces
  • High-quality kitchenettes
  • Video intercom systems
  • 40 parking spaces in the underground garage with connection to the lifts, 3 outdoor parking spaces
  • Central supply and exhaust air system
  • Partial air conditioning
  • Storage areas
  • Automatic fire alarm system
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