PROJECT Immobilien builds sustainable office space in Berlin-Tegel

The project developer and builder PROJECT Immobilien is constructing the modern new office building "B.SIDE Offices" at Berliner Straße 70a near the established commercial area Am Borsigturm. The five-storey building offers a total rental area of 3,885 m², car and bicycle parking spaces outside, and is expected to be ready for occupancy in the fourth quarter of 2023. Certification in accordance with the German Sustainable Building Council (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Nachhaltiges Bauen e. V., DGNB) is being sought for the sustainable project.

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Each of the five floors has rental space of up to 800 m². These can be flexibly divided and adapted to the needs of the respective tenants. Individual, group or even open-plan offices are possible. Even if there is a change of tenant, flexibility is maintained, and the offices can be conveniently adapted.

The new building "B.SIDE Offices" and its surroundings have good transport connections and infrastructure. Suburban and underground train stops as well as the nearest motorway can be reached in just a few minutes. In addition, there is a wide range of shopping and gastronomy facilities.

Construction of the office space began in January. Currently, the special civil engineering is being carried out on the 3,091 m² site. The shell construction work will then start in the course of the first quarter of 2022.

"B.SIDE Offices" is already the second new office building that PROJECT Immobilien is realising in Tegel. Construction work on the new office and commercial building "MACHWERK74" in the business park Am Borsigturm is progressing rapidly and the first occupancy of the 8,358 m² rental space is expected in the third quarter of 2022.

The PROJECT Immobilien Group, headquartered in Nuremberg, has been successfully realising residential and commercial properties in the metropolitan regions of Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Nuremberg, Rhine-Main, Rhineland and Vienna for over 25 years.

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