Prenzlauer Allee 45/45a, 10405 Berlin
Architecturally, the building is a witness to the growth of Berlin as it became a city with several million inhabitants. The house was built between 1897 and 1898 by Max Gosebruch, and the building displays stylistic features from the Gründerzeit. In combination with the ornate plasterwork and the bossage in the plinth area, the clinker brick façade stands out from the other buildings along the street.
Inside the building, there are other classic original features: impressive apartment doors, curved staircases, glass art, and wall paintings all tell the story of the building.
The house is protected as a listed building and is located in a conservation area.
planning top floor
By extending the top floor, four residential units with a total of approx. 693 m² can be realized. The undeveloped attic will be sold with building permission.
On the border between Kollwitzkiez and Winsviertel, our new “Quadra” project offers all the advantages of an inspiring metropolis and the familiarity of home. It is so much more attractive than other districts of Berlin. The streets, with their heritage façades dating back to the “Gründerzeit”, are an ideal backdrop for an aware and active life: numerous cafés, restaurants, delis and ice cream parlours offer specialities from all over the world and are perfect for strolling along and relaxing. Prenzlauer Berg is a district of endless possibilities with its cultural attractions such as museums and theatres, the Mauerpark, specialty stores for all kinds of design, recreational activities for children and young people, clubs and bars, ateliers, and attractive squares and parks. Hotspots like the Kulturbrauerei with its “Frannz Club” and “Soda”, the Prater beer garden, the Volkspark Friedrichshain, and Kollwitzplatz are all just a short walk away. The famous Kastanienallee boulevard is a perfect spot to shop. And the lookout plateau in the idyllic park above the Wasserturm is a perfect spot to linger. Prenzlauer Berg is a district of endless possibilities in a city that is constantly reinventing itself.