Built in the early 20th century, the apartment building at Boddinstraße 64 consists of a front building, a side wing and a rear building, which are built in a classical perimeter block design and are grouped around a green inner courtyard. The beautiful street-side façade has a restrained gracefulness, with stucco ornamentation that picks up on stylistic elements of Art Nouveau and Art Deco. Bay windows and balconies lighten up the façade and emphasise the bourgeois tranquillity of this old Berlin building. The staircase and building entrance impress with their clear formal language with delicate stucco and floral details in the banisters and historic window glazing.
The property offers a total of 21 residential and two commercial units, all of which are heated by gas floor heating. Accessed by two staircases, they are distributed over the ground floor and 4 upper floors.