Zehdenicker Straße 12 c
|Size||around 6,000 m2|
|Project company||Opernloft GmbH|
The Opernlofts are being developed on Zehdenickerstrasse in Berlin Mitte, a stone's throw away from the Weinbergpark
At the start of 2011, the Munich-based Optima Aegidius Group purchased another site from Liegenschaftsfonds Berlin.
The listed brick building complex from the turn of the century was once used as a large-scale laundry, a button factory and a lithographic print shop.
Most recently, since 1947, the industrial landmark housed the workshop, the props and the rehearsal stage of the Berlin Comic Opera. Around 40 loft apartments with 6,000 m2 GFA are being created. As well as traditional lofts with spacious rooms, town houses suitable for families and spacious penthouse apartments with a breath-taking view over the whole capital are to be completed by the middle of 2014.
Ingo Pott's studio is responsible for the architecture. Ingo Pott took part in the reconstruction of the Reichstag building, under the leadership of Sir Norman Potts, and is a co-founder of the c/o Berlin photography museum.
Views of the property after completion in September 2014.
The Opernlofts residential complex, with its around 36 residential units, was successfully completed in August / September. Residents have moved into most of the apartments and the unique property is increasingly filling with life.