The listed office buildings ensemble SALZUFER 6 has an exclusive address in Berlin-Charlottenburg. It stretches over the plot between Salzufer/Hannah-Karminski-Straße/Gutenbergstraße/Otto-Dibelius-Straße; thus being a representative part of the “Quarter at Salzufer” („Quartier am Salzufer“), a location offering a unique mix of multifunctional commercial buildings and potential-fueled development plots.
The SALZUFER 6 ensemble consists of three internally connected office buildings that offer the possibility to tenants to rent entire floors. In any case, the real highlight of the property is the combination of refurbished historical industrial architecture from the beginning of the 20th century and modern office equipment, situated between two “water-streets” (the river Spree and the Landwehrkanal) in the west of Berlin.
The stylish red-bricked listed building at the corner of Salzufer/Hannah-Karminski-Straße dates back to 1923. It consists of five full and three stepped floors. Since 2005 it is home to the prominent Harley Davidson trader – Classic Bikes and its impressive showrooms.
The second listed block is directly connected to building one. It was built in 1925/26 by the architect Hans Hertlein, who also designed the UNESCO World Heritage Site – Siemensstadt in Berlin, and stretches along Hannah-Karminski-Straße.
This attractive five-storey building represents on the one hand the logical extension of the industrial architecture of Salzufer/Hannah-Karminski-Straße and on the other the harmonic transition to the third part of the ensemble, the one on the corner of Otto-Dibelius-Straße/Salzufer.
The third building of SALZUFER 6 is situated on the corner of Otto-Dibelius-Straße/Salzufer. It was built in 1975 and consists of six floors, which have a stepped-terraced form overlooking the inner courtyard. The major part of its ground floor has been rented out as a showroom.
The commercial building ensemble SALZUFER 6, tucked between the Salzufer/Hannah-Karminski-Straße/Otto-Dibelius-Straße/Gutenbergstraße, has an exclusive location in Berlin-Charlottenburg, on the border with Tiergarten.
This A-city location is marked by prominent tenants such as the Technical University and the Frauenhofer Institute. In addition, it is preferred by many important automobile industrial players which have chosen it as an address for their impressive showrooms in Berlin.
Some of the big names that can be found in the quarter around Salzufer and Franklinstraße are Mercedes, Porsche, Bentley and Harley-Davidson (tenant at SALZUFER 6). Moreover the Mercedes-Welt establishment is the direct neighbour of SALZUFER 6 and due to its spectacular architecture serves not only as a showroom but as an event location as well.
Last but not least, this Berlin A-location is also base of the famous Königliche Porzellanmanufaktur KPM, Beiersdorf and many embassies and associations.