Spindlershof is located in the heart of historic downtown Berlin, right on the bank of Spreekanal between Friedrichstrasse and Alexanderplatz. Wallstrasse connects the established business quarter of Mitte with the trendy up-and-coming district of Kreuzberg.
This is where Berlin shows its local colour: Tradition meeting tomorrow. East meets West. Sneakers meet cuff links. Brick meets concrete. Money meets imagination. The perfect place to become creative. Welcome to Spindlershof.
In 1841, Wilhelm Spindler bought the plot at Wallstrasse 12, right on the bank of the Spreekanal, across from Fischerinsel. He became the first German to run a dry-cleaning business, and he made a huge success of it. Soon, the premises proved too small for Spindler‘s laundry business. So Spindler commissioned the architectural firm of Kayser & v. Grossheim to raise a trading estate that would be home to a variety of companies.
The post-war development of the premises was defined by the close proximity of the Berlin Wall. Being located in the eastern part of the city, the complex of buildings was used by a state-owned production plant of heating systems.
In 1998, long after the city had been reunited, the buildings were refurbished for the first time. The acquisition of the property by AachenMünchener marked the onset of a new era for Spindlershof: The renowned architectural firm of Aukett+Heese is converting the classic building complex into a modern forward-looking location, to be completed by 2016.
The sensitive revitalisation process is aimed at a single goal: to turn this back into a place where success stories are produced.
From the past directly into the future – Spindlershof combines the charm of the Belle Époque with cutting-edge technology and fit-out.
Grouped around a central landscaped courtyard are five floors of tall, bright, spacious offices with ample space for personalised workplaces.
The atmosphere at Spindlershof is casual, communicative and concentrated, facilitating inspiration as much as cooperation.
It is the perfect ambience for realising grand ideas.
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|Total rental space||c. 19.628,10 m2|
|Basement||c. 2.490,10 m2|
|Ground floor||c. 3.011,68 m2|
|1st floor||ca. 3.218,17 m2|
All floors may be flexibly shared and combined.
In times as fast-paced as these, flexibility is the linchpin of success. This goes for real estate as much as it does for people and enterprises. Which is why the office units at Spindlershof adjust perfectly to the needs of each resident company by offering highly variable floor plans.
No matter whether you prefer open-plan offices, bull pens, private offices or a combination of the above – the choice is yours.
|Total||c. 3.218 m2|
|A||c. 830 m2|
|B||c. 597 m2|
|C||c. 573 m2|
|D||c. 718 m2|
|E||c. 500 m2|
A few minutes of walking will take you to Friedrichstrasse, Gendarmenmarkt and Alexanderplatz. An underground stop is right outside the door. When driving, Leipziger Strasse will take you swiftly toward any destination east or west. Spindlershof is simply at the centre of things.
(c) Generali Real Estate 2015