Because of its location and developed structure, Kreuzberg is among Berlin's most popular and sought-after inner city residential areas. The neighbourhood around the Studio Lofts in Blücherstrasse 31/32 is characterised by an extremely lively cultural community, a wide selection of restaurants - several of them first class - and numerous parks.
The courtyard buildings, constructed in 1887, are part of a building ensemble with a restored building decorated with classic plaster mouldings facing the street. The loft building was used in the past for a wide variety of business activities. Among other things, a factory manufacturing artificial flowers was housed in the building and, later, furniture was also produced and a studio of notable artists was established there.
Garden, terrace and penthouse lofts
After a comprehensive renovation between 2007 and 2010, the building with the clinker brick facade of glazed bricks of contrasting colours was partitioned into a total of 61 lofts over five floors. The complete attic floor was reconstructed new as a recessed stepped storey and today provides space for roomy, bright penthouses (windows down to the floor) with roof gardens on the new single pitched roof.