|Am Juliusturm 15 - 29|
|Size||around 33,000 m2|
From the centre of Berlin, you can reach the site by car in approx. 15-20 minutes. The U-bahn stop "Haselhorst" on the U7 U-bahn line is located right in front of the site. With bus lines 133 and 236, there are excellent links to the public transport network. The Spandau old town can be reached on foot. Via the city's motorway, the site has very good links to supraregional traffic routes.
The Munich-based Optima Aegidius Group purchased the car mile am Juliusturm in a foreclosure sale at Spandau District Court.
The site covering around 61,000 m2 between the Spree and the Havel was formerly better known as the "Spandau Gate". In the 1990s, one of the largest office developments in Berlin emerged here.
The current use of the 30,000 m2 building complex is for specialist retail, leisure and the automotive sector.
Along with MC Fit and automobile companies such as Renault, Mitsubishi, Lancia, Fiat and Chrysler, one of the largest showrooms for tiles and the bathroom trade (Bergmann & Franz, Bär & Ollenroth) is located here, as well as the Scandinavian furniture store Mobel Wikinger.
With "Kartworld", one of the largest indoor go-cart tracks in Berlin is also operated on the am Juliusturm site, on which Robbie Williams and Cameron Diaz have already done a few laps.
The current rents of the site, which already has a 90% occupancy rate, are between € 6.00 and € 7.00/m2. The site is in the portfolio of the Optima Group, the complete utilisation of the construction space will be reviewed in the years ahead.