The 2nd construction phase of the Centre for IT and Media, reconstructed with funds from the Joint Task for the Improvement of the Regional Economic Structure, provides flexible rental units from 40 to 1,000 m² for users on a total of 5,000 m² of main floor space. The centre forms the hub of a growing technology sector in Berlin Adlershof. Young start-up companies and established software and hardware companies will find attractive premises here. The companies located here are connected to the Adlershof high-performance network via an intelligently designed networking of the building.
The Technology Park is currently home to around 100 IT companies and the Department of Computer Science at the Humboldt University of Berlin.
- Attractive entrance building
- Corridors and offices: Needle felt flooring, conductive
- all rooms have cable ducts
- ISDN cabling, cat. 6 data cabling
- Offices with ingrain wallpaper, white
- Screen-compatible lights
- South-east side with external blinds
- Access for disabled persons (entrances, WCs)
- various room sizes (25 to 60 m²), can also be rented individually
- self-contained rental units starting at approx. 200 m²
The energy certificate is attached as a picture.
Berlin Adlershof, Germany's largest science and technology park, is increasingly becoming a top international address for students, scientists and entrepreneurs learning, teaching, researching, developing and producing in pioneering fields of technology. 8 non-university research institutions, the 6 natural science departments of the Humboldt University of Berlin and more than 1,200 companies form a unique network of know-how, knowledge transfer and cooperation. Equipped with a high-performance urban infrastructure and embedded in the economic, cultural and political environment of the Berlin metropolis, the location offers an attractive working and living environment for people who shape the future. The direct connection to the motorway and the local and long-distance public transport network as well as the proximity to Berlin Brandenburg International Airport make Adlershof a hub for the national and international science and business community.
An energy requirement certificate is available.
The main energy source of the heating system is a combined heat and power unit.
There is no brokerage commission. This offer is subject to confirmation. No liability is assumed for the correctness and completeness of the information provided. Subject to change without notice.
The Adlershof Technology Centres were largely financed with funding from the GRW — Joint Task of Improving Regional Economic Structure and from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).