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Berlin, Germany
Berlin-Kreuzberg – that's not merely bars, arts and charm, but rather a place of groundbreaking technical innovation.

The GSG-HOF, Oranienstraße 6 w Konrad Zuse, the inventor of the computer, completed the first programme controlled, freely programmable data processor in 1941. Even today, businesses from the IT sector work in this carefully renovated, listed property – next to enterprises from the fields of film and TV production, media, trade and gastronomy.In 1875, the master carpenter Robert Otto constructed a residential house on to the street. In 1897, the government architect Georg Lewy built the five-storied commercial building at the back. In 1929, the original stucco front was replaced by a New Objectivity front. The vaulted ceilings however, distinctive of the architecture of the turn of the century, have survived. The building comprises a total of 20 commercial units. The rental areas range from 30 to 300sqm and are very adaptable: as business space, office, production or commercial areas. DetailsAll rental units have a freight lift, a structured data wiring, direct access to the internet, separate ladies’ and GENTS’ rooms as well as showers. Installed water connections and tiled backsplashes allow for the arrangement of staff kitchens. A car park for tenants and bicycle stands are on site. A security company locks the complex with its offices, workshops and businesses in the evening and monitors it all night long.