Alte Jakobstraße 83/84

Alte Jakobstraße 83/84

Between the Spree Canal and the start-up scene

Kreuzberg is a neighborhood in constant change. The former working-class district is now one of the most popular office and residential areas in the capital and stands for progressive, modern Berlin. The multinational mix not only enlivens street life, but also benefits the economy and ensures growing incomes. Many tech and start-up companies are based here, while the new Axel Springer publishing house building designed by Rem Koolhaas in the newspaper district symbolizes an architectural spirit of optimism.
Architects Neufert Mittmann Graf und Partner designed the seven-storey office and commercial building in 1996. It is located within walking distance of the Spree Canal and, with its south-east orientation and view of the Luisenstädtischer Kirchpark, provides light-flooded spaces. The main tenants of the multi-tenant property in creative Kreuzberg are a publishing house for comics and children’s magazines and a digital marketing agency.

With the Spittelmarkt, Heinrich-Heine-Straße and Moritzplatz subway stations and various bus routes in the immediate vicinity, the building has excellent public transport connections. A colorful variety of gastronomic offerings and shopping opportunities round off the attractive location.
The modernization of the façade and areas has given the property a stylish and modern character that sets it apart visually and qualitatively from its immediate surroundings.

Facts & Figures

Project by: QUEST Development
Location: Alte Jakobstraße 83/84, 10179 Berlin
Year of construction:
Surface area: 5.350 m2 – 4.500 m2 office area
Floors: 7
Parking space: 43
Use: Office and retail