The landmarked building is a structural jewel from the Wilhelminian period, which has preserved the aura of its stately past. The characteristic design of the building period is evident in the stucco-decorated facade and the representative entrance with its original staircase. The careful renovation of the top floor interprets historical features in a contemporary way. The new roof construction, for example, follows the original design in terms of volume and eaves height. On the street side, dormers are being created in close coordination with the historic preservation authorities. The high-quality double-glazed wooden windows of the penthouse are inspired by the windows of the Altbau in terms of material and colour. The exterior walls of the penthouse will receive a thermal insulation system on both sides with a colour scheme that matches the Altbau.
What makes Schöneberg so attractive? The unique mix of prestigious living environment and relaxed, open-minded lifestyle. In addition, a central location from which you can reach the hot spots of the capital quickly and easily, such as KaDeWe, the Philharmonie, the Park am Gleisdreieck or even the Grunewald. Whether it's the Bayerisches Viertel, Nollendorfkiez or Akazienkiez, it's simply fun to discover the neighbourhood’s versatility everyday. Numerous restaurants are located nearby, from fine dining to snack bars, everything is there. The range of daycare centres, schools and doctors is excellent, as are the public transport connections. The famous Winterfeldmarkt is within walking distance and the Heinrich von Kleist Park invites you to relax right at your doorstep.