Sellerstraße 31


A prominent property in Berlin’s life science sector

This seven-storey building in Berlin Mitte is adjacent to the inner-city Life Science Campus of Bayer AG. 5,000 employees conduct research and work for this global player on the Bayer Campus, which spans 130,000 m2. Here in Wedding, the multinational company is currently developing an aseptic, state-of-the-art pharmaceutical production plant at a cost of around 100 million euros.

This timeless property is a free-standing building located on a site that measures 8,858 m2 – with plenty of free space and ample distance to other buildings. Thanks to its exceptional architecture, which includes an inner courtyard and an atrium, the office spaces with a height of 3.30 m are flooded with light. The potential of this office building is enhanced by its immediate surroundings: on the one hand, science is omnipresent with research institutions such as the Robert Koch Institute, the campuses of Charité Mitte and Virchow Klinik and the Fraunhofer Institute. On the other hand, the building is located close to Europacity, where ministries, national and international companies as well as government-related organisations are based.

The S- and U-Bahn station Wedding and various bus lines provide optimal local transport connections. It takes five minutes by car to get to the central station and half an hour to get to the new BER airport.

Facts & Figures

Projekt by: QUEST Development
Sellerstraße 31, 13353 Berlin
Year of construction: 1992
Area: 15.853 m2
Floors: EG–6. OG, UG
Parking spaces: 28
Utilisation: Büro