Generous dimensions, solid construction, original vaulted ceilings at an airy height of approx. 3.85 m to 4.50 m, and partially exposed brick walls and existing historical steel elements typify the thirteen lofts, each with its own individual floor plan. The open design of the building offers the purchaser a great degree of latitude in planning the spatial divisions of the floor areas ranging in size from approx. 225 m² to approx. 250 m².
At the heart of Kreuzberg
With its developed structure, numerous cafés, good restaurants, excellent local public transport, and its optimal accessibility by car, the district between Yorckstrasse, Viktoriapark, and Bergmannstrasse has since become one of the preferred residential areas in the city. The Viktoriapark, with its 66 meter-high hill (the Kreuzberg) that gave the district its name, forms the green heart of the quarter and is located only a few hundred meters away.