The front building dates from the era of the Gründerzeit. With its beautiful façade, it is an eye-catcher in the neighbourhood. The building was constructed around 1885. The attic was extensively modernised in 2014/15. The doorbell panel with video intercom and the elevator in the staircase, which is in industrial style, offer contemporary comfort.
Kreuzberg is both a myth and a place of longing. The district stands for a very specific attitude to life: creative, tolerant and colourful. Especially the tree-lined Maybach-Ufer and Paul-Linke-Ufer enchant with their magnificent old buildings, casual cafés and trendy restaurants. Original neighbourhood shops as well as flea and weekly markets round off the diversity in the neighbourhood. Idyllic local recreation goes hand in hand with the legendary long Kreuzberg nights. Whether on the water of the Landwehr canal, on the banks of the Spree or sunbathing on the lawns in Görlitzer Park: Berlin shows its relaxed side throughout Kreuzberg. And if you do want to leave your neighbourhood, the underground stations Kottbusser Tor and Görlitzer Bahnhof are just a few minutes away.