Parity Welfare Association acquires new office building "CUBUS 156" in Berlin from PROJECT Immobilien
The project developer and builder PROJECT Immobilien has sold the new office building "CUBUS 156" at Tempelhofer Damm 156 in Berlin's Tempelhof district. The buyer is the Parity Welfare Association, which will use the building itself and move its headquarters from Berlin-Mitte to Berlin-Tempelhof. The building with a total of approx. 2,600 square metres of floor space is expected to be ready for occupancy on June 30, 2024.
‘We are very pleased that with the Parity Welfare Association we have a buyer that does very important work and will also use the offices we have built for this purpose itself. With the new building, we can contribute to the fact that the umbrella and head organisation of the independent welfare work with its member organisations can continue to work primarily for the interests of the socially disadvantaged and people affected by inequality and exclusion,’ explains Alexander Klein, Managing Director of PROJECT Immobilien Wohnen und Gewerbe GmbH.
‘With the modern offices, we provide our staff with attractive working conditions in a central location in Berlin-Tempelhof. We are pleased that we were able to acquire the new office building after good and intensive discussions and that it will be the centre of our work from 2024. As an umbrella organisation for more than 10,000 associations, organisations and initiatives, we are a powerful voice for social work and the representation of the interests of disadvantaged people throughout Germany,’ says Joachim Hagelskamp, project manager and division manager at the Parity Welfare Association.
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.
The Parity is a welfare association of independent organisations, institutions and groups in the welfare sector that conduct social work for others or as self-help. Based on the idea of parity, i.e. the equality of all in their standing and opportunities, supported by principles of tolerance, openness and diversity, the Parity wants to be a mediator between generations and between world views, between approaches and methods of social work, also between its member organisations.