South-facing terrace and balcony
High-quality living comfort with parquet flooring, underfloor heating and floor-to-ceiling windows
Living spaces with cooling
Expression of perfection. Synergy of naturalness and opulence. Harmony of modernity and timelessness. PLATINUM combines all the parameters of modern and functional residential architecture on the 6th and 7th floors of the PURE building. The structured façade is particularly impressive. The main entrance, spread over two floors with a large lobby and concierge service further represents the elegance of the building. Enclosed in the center of the building resides a quiet garden oasis for all residents. The building also has a state-of-the-art underground garage with parking spaces equipped for e-mobility. To make each of the PLATINUM apartments and residences unique, an exclusive furnishing partner is available on request to give your Berlin home an individual signature.
Refuge and conviviality find generous space in this cleverly divided 4-bedroom penthouse. Thanks to optimal lighting and ventilation and the spacious south-facing terrace, the open-plan living/kitchen/dining area ensures many enjoyable hours together. Plus, if you keep the sliding doors of the two adjoining rooms open, the shared area can be generously extended. To ensure that comfort is not neglected on the approximately 166 square meters on the 7th floor, there is an ensuite master bathroom, a guest bathroom with a shower, a practical utility room and an additional balcony.
Few places encapsulate the cosmopolitan quality of life like the area at Mercedes Platz on the banks of the Spree. Here, a unique culture of entertainment, shopping and business, hip Berlin start-ups and companies with an international reputation unfolds. PLATINUM is perfectly integrated into this distinctive lifestyle. Here you optimally live and work connected to public transport. The Ostbahnhof is only 10 minutes away by foot and the Oberbaumbrücke only 8 minutes. The absolute highlight is the prominent location with a front row view of the Spree and the East Side Gallery.