Akazienbogen, Berlin

New shine in the Akazienstraße

The Akazienkiez in Berlin-Schöneberg is celebrating a new old address: The elegant corner building at the intersection of Hauptstrasse and Akazienstrasse shines in new splendor with modern office and retail space.

Akazienbogen Facts

Project type:
Hauptstraße 23 - 24 / Akazienstraße 31, Berlin-Schöneberg
Plot size:
approx. 1,300 sqm
approx. 3,650 sqm
Parking slots:
Acquired in:
Q3/Q4 2015
Curt Hans Fritzsche

An outstading facade

The building extends over five floors with a total of approx. 3,674 sqm of floor space. A modern refurbished facade of concrete and glass elements will make the building stand out clearly in the streetscape in the future. The office spaces allow for optimal space efficiency, flexible designs for variable office requirements are included.

Perfect corner location

The connections are ideal – thanks to short distances to public transport: the Julius-Leber-Brücke train station is within walking distance. The main train station, airport and the nearest freeway are only fifteen minutes away – and in the immediate vicinity there are also numerous shopping opportunities, residential buildings and gastronomic offerings. The house has 32 parking spaces.

The most beautiful of Schöneberg

Can a building express the elegance of Marlene Dietrich? Hardly – and yet the architecture of the curved building radiates something of the verve of Schöneberg’s most famous woman. The house was built on the approximately 1,314 m² corner lot in 1956, the year of the first Berlinale.