Lindencorse lies at the intersection of the renowned high-street pitch of Friedrichstrasse and Berlin's showpiece boulevard Unter den Linden. It does not get any more prominent. The top floors directly overlook Berlin's best known landmark – the Brandenburg Gate.
On the street below, the sheer vibrancy of life. Big brands, international labels, prestigious companies, gourmet restaurants, cafés and bars, consulates and the major broadcasting companies' studios in the German capital, all of this you will find in the immediate vicinity.
Two opera houses, major museums, important art collections, and Humboldt University nearby generate cultural impulses from this very neighbourhood.
Here lies the town centre of Berlin, and Lindencorso marks its vibrant heart.
The Lindencorso building was built to plans drafted by Prof. Christoph Mäckler between 1994 and 1997.
It was built using traditional technology. Raised on a natural stone foundation, the mixed office-commercial scheme consists of classic building materials. The façade of blonde sandstone is the high-end result of genuine craftsmanship. The modern steel and aluminium window casings create a fascinating contrast.
First mention of the location on one of the most important intersections of Berlin's historic town centre dates back to the 16th century.
In 1877, it became the site of Berlin's first Viennese coffee house: the elegant Café Bauer. The costly wall design and the electric lighting installed in 1884 made the house famous. Completely destroyed in World War II, a new gastronomic complex called Lindencorso was developed on the same plot at the corner of Unter den Linden and Friedrichstrasse.
It quickly evolved into one of the most popular meeting places in East Berlin during the Cold War. In 1993, with the Berlin Wall down, the old Lindencorso was razed.
Construction of the new scheme began in 1994, and with it the restoration of the historic frontage.
Lindencorso is a special address. And its interior fit-out is just as special. Classic elegance and choice materials set the tone.
Glass and marble create a warm, bright, and at the same time extremely presentable atmosphere.
The mechanical and electrical engineering of the building satisfies the highest standards throughout.
In short: Lindencorso is the ideal location for a prestigious branch office in the heart of Berlin.
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|Gross lettable area||c. 28,649 sqm|
|4th floor||office||510,71 sq.m.|
|5th floor||office||413 sq.m.|
(Lettable area acc. to GIF standard (RA-C I + II))
Lindencorso – 28,649 sqm of highly presentable office accommodation waiting for you. Plenty of leeway for companies with big goals and corresponding aspirations.
Above all, however, offices for work on the highest level and in a premium location.
Since 1998, Lindencorso has been the flagship home of the Volkswagen Group in the German capital. More recently, Europe's largest company chose these premises to present itself here with all of its twelve brands for the first time.
DRIVE, the Volkswagen Group Forum, hosts alternating shows and productions to give visitors insights into the group's diverse visions and themes.
In addition to the first shop nationwide that stocks scale model cars of the entire brand diversity of the Volkswagen Group, the house also features gastronomic venues: The urban bread shop BROTZEIT re-interprets the Berlin sandwich, while at the ZEITGEIST restaurant chef Philipp Liebisch pampers his guests with high-end culinary compositions.
(c) Generali Real Estate 2015