On Andy Warhol's footsteps
In the 19th century, more and more companies relocated their productions into the outskirts of the city. For this reason factories were abandoned right in the middle of the city. At first there was no purpose for them - until the art scene discovered them. When Andy Warhol established his “factory” in a New Yorker Loft in 1962, he turned the the new form of creative living and working into a cult status.
Pure Loftfeeling – right in the center but away from the hustle and bustle
LOFTBLICK17 follows the original idea of lofts with spacious rooms and high ceilings in combination with an industrial touch. The complex is located north of the central station and right opposite of the "Europa City", Berlin's largest and promising urban development of this decade.
Lively diversity for the individual quality of your home
The 34 lofts with balconies or garden terraces and a living space from 62 to 165 square meter offer a special atmosphere. The Penthouses (up to 209 square meters) offer stunning views over the whole city. Three Townhouses between 117 to 143 square meter spread over three floors. Each of them have their own private entrance and their own garden.
Airy extension of thew living space to the outside
All units of the free standing complex have balconies, terraces and gardens. The communal grounds will be designed by a garden architect. The residents will have direct access through a private gate into a park that is planned right behind the premises, so they will be able to reach the central station in a 7 minute refreshing walk along bushes and trees.
Flexibility in the choice of the interiour fittings
LOFTBLICK17 represents the original idea of a loft as well as the further development in regards to a high standard. Whether on functional 66 square meters or on spacious 166 square meters – the lofts permit creativity that gives them their individual style. Polished cement floors for example or industrial parquet floors underline the extraordinary character.
Refurbishment – but not on at the cost of losing the loftcharacter
During the transformation of the industrial building into a residential space the characteristic features like the brick fassade and high ceilings with visible beams are preserved. At the same time is the modernization in accordance with modern standards in regards to energy efficiency as well as the functionality of all technical facilities.