Facts + Figures

FAQ

C

Commerce

On the ground floor of the front building there are two commercial units which are directly accessible from Lausitzer Straße; both units also have access to the common stairway; the units are refined brick shells sold in their current condition.

Conveyancing

Conveyancing of the portfolio flats is expected to take place on 01.05.2020; clients opting for a fit out package will receive legal ownership on completion of the flats.

F

Floor-to-ceiling heights

The clear floor-to-ceiling height of the flats in the front building is approx. 3.36 m to approx. 3.80 m, in the rear building approx. 3.20 m to 3.50 m

Furnishings

Different in all flats (floors, sanitary facilities, etc.); the flats are sold in their current partially renovated state.

H

Historical monument – listed building

Lausitzer Quartier is a listed building; the preservation order applies only on the exterior of the building complex; structural changes and design changes are subject to the provisions of the Monument Protection Act.

Housing developer

Tiedemann group
Lausitzer Straße Liegenschaften 2 GmbH
Große Hamburger Straße 32
10115 Berlin

I

Infrastructure

Very good connection to public transport; metro station Görlitzer Bahnhof (U1, U3), metro station Kottbusser Tor (U1, U3, U8) and bus stops (bus lines M29, 140) within walking distance; schools, nursery schools, doctors, pharmacies, supermarkets, coworking spaces, international gastronomy as well as various hip restaurants in close proximity.

L

Lausitzer Quartier

The building complex from “Gründerzeit” of 19th century Germany consists of a five-floor, built with a cellar front building whose stuccoed front facade faces west to Lausitzer Straße. Separated by a narrow backyard follows a five-floor rear building, which has a stucco facade facing the second backyard. On the east side of the second backyard is a two-floor factory building with brick masonry. Opposite the factory building is the remise between the firewalls of the next-door house and the rear building. The outdoor areas in Lausitzer Quartier can be divided into different areas; both common open spaces and private gardens are created. Polygonal raised bed structures with integrated seating areas create opportunities for recreation, and a sculpturally designed seating and playing element completes the quality of stay for all age groups. Further details can be found in the layout of the grounds.

Lift in the rear building

The rear building is equipped with an interior lift (staircase 1) from the ground floor to the newly fit-out attic; the lift stops at all floors (basement, ground floor, 1st – 4th floor, attic)

Y

Year of construction

The building complex was built in the years 1886 – 1888.