FRANKONIA Eurobau is currently developing 14 exclusive city residences in Niederlagstraße, a connecting side street between Unter den Linden and Französische Straße, which borders on Schinkelplatz. This part of the development consists of two perfectly-suited buildings which pay homage to the unparalleled significance of their location.
The Berlin-based architects Hemprich Tophof created these apartments in two buildings, each designed for seven owners. In addition to the historical significance of the location, the extraordinary views of Friedrichswerder Church and the Schinkel Pavilion – both designed by renowned architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel –as well as the garden of the Kronprinzenpalais (Crown Prince’s Palace) add to the exclusivity of this development.
An artistically-landscaped courtyard, an underground car park as well as concierge services are additional aspects of this truly exceptional project. A penthouse of around 250m2 and six apartments between 65m2 and 100m2 are still available. All apartments are luxuriously finished and include balconies, bespoke fittings and custom-made kitchens. Ready for occupancy by the end of 2019.
Few places have experienced more physical and political upheaval in the last 200 years as Berlin. The river Spree, the Museum Island, and several notable structures have outlived the last five political regimes. Schinkel’s Friedrichwerder Church and the Bauakademie, which is soon to be restored, are the development’s direct neighbours. Also within sight is Schinkel’s Schlossbrücke (Palace Bridge) and his Altes Museum, a building whose presence still dominates this prestigious location. The Berliner Stadtschloss (Berlin City Palace), which is currently being restored sits across from the project and the new Auswärtige Amt (the German Foreign Ministry) is also a direct neighbour.
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