Prinzessinnen-Höfe, located on Prinzessinnenstraße in Berlin, provides 8,000 m² GLA of modern space for creative working in the Kreuzberg neighbourhood.
The Prinzessinnen-Höfe live from their vivid history: built between 1910 and 1919 as residential and commercial buildings, they were largely destroyed in the Second World War and then partially demolished. A new building was added to the property in the 1970s.
In 2020, the two remaining five- and six-storey buildings were modernized and extended to a new standard. A new modern six-storey building was constructed between the two existing buildings on the street side. Particular attention was paid to preserving the Wilhelmine architectural style.