Offices with a new handwriting
The property on the popular Kennedydamm shows its high potential through a proven premium location and comfortable working environments.
KENNEDYDAMM IN DETAIL
Exposed location with high visibility
The office submarket on Kennedydamm was created in the 1960s and 70s as Dusseldorf’s first office relief location. The favourable location north of the city centre and close to the airport was one of the decisive factors at that time and convinced leading companies such as IBM Germany or the automotive group Mitsubishi. Even today, Kennedydamm is still one of the most important entry roads into the city for commuters from Krefeld, the Lower Rhine and the Ruhr area and is growing steadily. Due to the excellent infrastructure with a balanced mix of usabilities and good public transport connections, well-known companies such as L’Oreal, McKinsey and Hilton continue to choose a location in Derendorf.
In an exposed location, directly at the transition from the residential area to the Kennedydamm business district, the property has excellent visibility. In addition, the office building can be approached directly from the north and south thanks to a turning loop at the same level.
Well thought-out architecture for high working comfort
The property consists of two buildings with separate, representative main entrances. Due to the unusual floor plan of parallel staggered and interconnected building parts in the form of a transom, the building runs at a slight angle along the street. The elongated bodies loosen up the facade for the views of passing observers and also have veritable advantages for the resident tenant IT.NRW. The slender building bodies with their large window fronts offer ideal working environments: bright rooms with daylight incidence. In addition to an auditorium that can be used for events, the tenants also have access to the extensive roof terrace at Kennedydamm 17.