HIH Invest completes "twentyone" office building in Berlin (DE)

HIH Invest completes

HIH Invest Real Estate (HIH Invest) just announced the completion of its “twentyone” office scheme in Berlin. The new building at Saarbrucker Strasse 21 in the Prenzlauer Berg district supplements a building cluster on the grounds of the former Konigstadt brewery that HIH Invest manages on behalf of an institutional investor. Integrated planning services for the building were provided by NDC Projektentwicklung GmbH. Its architecture was masterminded by Tchoban Voss.


The "twentyone" building has a gross floor area of 6,150m² on six floors. It also has two basement levels and an underground car park with twelve EV charging stations. The building has a roof terrace, a Japanese garden on the ground floor, and a patio on the first floor. The building is almost fully let, with ZenJob occupying 2,915m² and Ebner & Stolz renting 2,150m². The building's design takes into account the conservation constraints imposed on the former brewery grounds. HIH Real Estate's asset management developed the concept design for the building and controlled its implementation with the architect and property developer. The building features a small wind turbine that provides electricity.


In our role as asset manager, we explore all options for unlocking the value of a given property. Identifying and exploiting land development potential is part of the job. Seeking to put a brownfield plot on the grounds to optimal use, we created a highly presentable building on it. We managed the property development during the entire implementation phase in our role as principal contractor, and are proud to say now that we managed to complete it on schedule even in these challenging times,” said Frank Kindermann, Head of Asset Management at HIH Real Estate.


BNP Paribas Real Estate acted as lead estate agent for the rental units.


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