urban development berlin

Each time builds its city.

Completion after 70 years: “TRION” completes Leipziger Platz

The historic urban figure of the octagon at Leipziger Platz in the center of Berlin will be complete again for the first time in over 70 years in the summer of 2021, albeit in a modern implementation.

This will be made possible by the completion of the last section in the Potsdamer Platz/Leipziger Platz area: the “TRION” office and commercial building developed by the AGIB Real Estate Group is nearing completion.

COMPLETION OF THE CITYSCAPE AFTER MORE THAN 70 YEARS

After more than three years of construction under difficult foundation conditions due to the intersecting S-Bahn and U-Bahn lines, the office and commercial building is presenting its bright, modern facade for the first time this spring.

As the north-western end of the building, it fits into the octagonal shape of the overall site and consistently continues the modernist façade design of the “new” Leipziger Platz.

STRUCTURAL COMPLETION OF THE OCTAGON ON LEIPZIGER PLATZ

The newly constructed building has ten floors and an underground parking garage. Stores and restaurants will be located on the first floor, while the office space above will be flexible in design.

A standard office floor in the lower part of the building has a size of approximately 1,100 square meters of rental space. The floors in the tower section have about 400-800 square meters of leasable space. The total office leasable area in the building will be approximately 8,200 square meters.

RESTAURANTS AND RETAIL ON THE FIRST FLOOR, OFFICES ABOVE

The space provided for retail and gastronomy on the first floor has a combined size of around 830 square meters and can be flexibly divided.

In addition to the conversion of the Bundesrat building on Leipziger Strasse, which is currently underway, and before the planned extension of the streetcar to Potsdamer Platz, the “TRION” project is the last construction project to be included in the reconstruction of Potsdamer Platz and Leipziger Platz after reunification in 1990.

 

© Photos: AGIB Real Estate/Thomas Stibenz


Complementing the urban space: the “TRION” forms the north-western end of Leipziger Platz


Modern façade design dominates the buildings on the “new” Leipziger Platz

Potsdamer Platz and Leipziger Platz in transition: 100 years in the moving image

 

Next Post

Previous Post

Leave a Reply

© 2022 urban development berlin

Theme by Anders Norén