Large glass fronts and wooden beams
Terrace & balcony
Skylights in bathroom & kitchen area
Ceiling heights up to 4.3m
Mezzanine level above staircase
Double soundproof floor
SKY LOFT realises an excitingly different living concept in the creative heart of Berlin. It meets the highest standards of architecture, ambience and furnishings. Unbeatably urban and embedded in a warm-hearted Berlin neighbourhood, SKY LOFT is a unique dream home for individualists, free spirits and non-conformists.
Across 126 square metres, this stunning 2-bedroom top-floor apartment offers plenty of light, air and space for living and working. The living/dining/kitchen area consistently focuses on generosity and offers an open-plan solution with advantageously cut areas that merge into one another across 83 square metres. The terrace and balcony offer an impressive view. Another eye-catcher are the 4.3m-high panoramic windows, which are framed by a steel construction. Two separate rooms offer a variety of uses. A mezzanine level above the staircase offers space for guest sleeping berths, a chill area or storage.
Whether it's the Berlinale or the Biennale: Berlin is the cultural epicentre of Germany and a global place of yearning for a creative bohemian crowd. No wonder, because the city is bursting with ideas! In Mitte, with its countless galleries and museums, its cinemas and theatres, its individual cafés and shops, this can be seen in all its abundance. In the immediate vicinity of SKY LOFT, Mitte borders on the lively scene districts of Prenzlauer Berg. Oderberger Strasse and Kastanienallee are famous for their cafés, bars and shops. The lively centre is Mauerpark. The district around the green Arkonaplatz is enchanting with its street cafés, bars, small shops and the picturesque view of the Zion Church. Here, just a few metres from SKY LOFT, urbanity and tranquillity lie close together, because the neighbourhood is charming despite its central location. The atmospheric weekly market offers the finest delicacies and organic products from the region every Friday. The Sunday flea market on Arkonaplatz is well-known in the city.