On a plot of around 2,700 sqm in the Berlin centre a new mixed-use urban district is currently being built with approx. 24,000 sqm GFA commercial and office space and approx. 10,000 sqm of living space. Three ten-storey office buildings take the Gründerzeit street escape and form a new block edge, which shields the underlying four houses from street noise. The buildings are with OKFF of the uppermost floor of 32.30 above terrain on average skyscrapers / special buildings of building class 5. They form an L-shaped bar on the street corner Bundesallee / Nachodstraße, whose ends each connect to existing neighboring firewalls. Berliner Volksbank will move into its new headquarters in the corner ensemble north of Prague Square. Through two traffic-calmed courtyard garden entrances, the Prague Court Gardens with four residential buildings with views of the green park in the square to Prague Square are developed.
Under the entire ensemble, a single-storey, shared underground car park with central access and exit on the Nachodstraße is being developed. Each of the seven houses has its own access with elevator to the newly organized underground car park. Depending on the floor plan, about 60-70 apartments are created. The foundation stone was laid in November 2017. Completion is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2019.
DGI Bauwerk is commissioned with the object monitoring services of the building project [houses 1 to 7 including basement / underground car park and grounds].