This spectacular loft building with its characteristic façade has graced Adalbertstrasse since 2013. The impressive aesthetics of the property alone convey the high degree of ambition that characterises the building in every aspect. The well-considered architecture from the underground car park all the way up to the roof terrace employs long-lasting materials such as natural stone, stainless steel and architectural concrete. Generously proportioned outside areas and floor-length windows ensure a particularly high liveability in the heart of Berlin’s inner city. The fact that the house meets the KfW55 standard implies savings for residents and a green footprint.
The property at Adalbertstrasse 66 is located in Mitte, right on the district boundary to Kreuzberg. It puts virtually all of the city’s highlights within easy reach – the Alexa mall, the German Foreign Office, the Berghain club, the Badeschiff floating pool on the River Spree, the Berlinische Galerie museum and the trendy SO36 quarter. No matter whether you travel on foot, by bicycle, public transport or your car, you are conveniently located in the middle of things. Just what you would expect in the heart of the city.
The immediate surroundings are residential and sheltered from the big-city bustle. Right across from the building lies a picturesque green area, while the water surface of Engelbecken is only a few hundred metres away, surrounded by parks and complemented by a café. The non-discretionary retail options include a pharmacy, supermarket, health food store, a vegan café, a cocktail bar, and even an outdoor cinema while the transport infrastructure includes everything from buses to long-distance service from the Ostbahnhof station. Not least, there are several urban oases in the vicinity, among them a children’s farm just a short walk away. Have fun exploring the neighbourhood!