Modern living by Checkpoint Charlie. Towering over Berlin, W119 is at the centre of it all.
Located in the uber-cool district of Kreuzberg, Wilhelmanstrasse 119 offers a true cosmopolitan lifestyle at the heart of Berlin.
Tower and low-rise terraced units
Built in 1988
Newly painted by renowned artists – Graco Berlin
Tenanted units from €3,400/m²
Vacant units from €4,600/m²
Financing for international investors
The wonderful tower apartments offer residents the entire floor to themselves, while the terrace houses offer spacious balconies and views over the playground.
During the 1980s, Berlin began a critical rebuilding of the city. This effort was named IBA (Internationale Bauausstellung Berlin), an architectural competition for urban renewal and innovative new buildings. In their winning proposal for the site at Wilhelmstrasse, the architects Dietrich von Beulwitz (Terraces), Pietro Derossi and Klaus Kammann (Turmhaus), Jasper Halfmann and Klaus Zillich (Playground) aimed to create a new type of living in Berlin.
Forget the Berliner Zimmer – here the rational floorplans focus on natural light, functional layouts and private outdoor spaces.
Step out of Wilhelmstrasse 119 and you will find yourself at the centre of Berlin’s most cosmopolitan ‘downtown’ location where business, shops and culture meet.
Cultural landmarks such as Checkpoint Charlie, the Jewish Museum and commercial hotspot Postdamer Platz are all only a few steps away.
Despite it’s central location there are also places for relaxation close by with the Landwehr Canal, Anhalter Banhof and Gleisdreieck easily accessible.
3-4 bedroom apartments high above the city rooftops with 360-degree views of the Berlin skyline.
All vacant apartments are sold fully-renovated with an open floor plan, wood parquet, modern bathrooms, plumbing and electrical components.
These beautiful South facing apartments overlooking a quiet park are a rare gem in Berlin.
Choose from two-storey maisonettes or sunny city apartments. All vacant units are sold renovated to today’s stylish and modern standards.