Modern lofts and a commercial unit in a former factory building

Modern lofts and a commercial unit in a former factory building

commercial unit
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Open floor plans, floor-to-ceiling windows and the charm of industrial architecture! In the residential and commercial units of the former linen factory past and present form a breathtaking synthesis.

The majority of the apartments and commercial units are currently leased. No tenant pre-purchase right exists, and a termination of the lease for the landlords personal use seems possible within the statutory notice period.

Brick walls, vaulted ceilings and screed floors

Their history lends the expansive lofts of the former linen factory their unique character. This is joined with modern amenities, such as floor heating, open kitchens and spacious balconies and terraces.


Past and present unite to create a unique living atmosphere
01Various apartment types, including penthouses and duplex apartments
02Open floor plans
03Spacious terraces and balconies
04Ceiling heights of up to 3.35 meters
05Open kitchens
06Floor heating
07Screed floors
08Vaulted ceilings

Old and new in perfect harmony

The former factory building was renovated in 2010 and restored to its original state, while remaining true to historical structure and past. It was enhanced with contemporary features, such as floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies.


From the apartment directly into the underground garage
01Historical industrial architecture
02Restored facades
03Floor-to-ceiling windows
04Southern, eastern and western exposure
05Passenger lift
06Underground parking spaces with auto-lift
07Landscaped courtyard
08Bicycle storage facility


A building as a symbol of change
In 1899, the business man Hermann Eitig built a linen factory on the back portion of this property located at 55 Schönhauser Allee. During the GDR era, the building served as a metal furniture factory and joinery. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, the building remained empty for several years, while its spaces were used as a club room and for artists’ studios. In 2010, the former factory was restored to its original state and supplemented by a penthouse.