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In Berlin Mitte, BEAM integrates all the demands of the jobs of tomorrow – with fluid concepts and many possibilities for work-life balance.

BEAM offers a total of more than 28,000 square metres of new workspace of various sizes and functions.

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Approximately 28.000 square metres „Space as a service“

BEAM in Berlin Mitte focuses on the user – with all of his or her needs for mobility, design, creativity, architecture, leisure and enjoyment. Here, approximately 28,000 square metres are realised as “space as a service” for sustainable working environments.

  • Redevelopment of a historic building, at the entrance to Berlin’s historic centre.
  • Extension by adding new floors including a spectacular roof terrace.
  • Increase of the area potential and improved efficiency.
  • Office space for the work of tomorrow.
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Perfectly connected

BEAM is optimally connected with urban train and metro stations, tram and bus lines, a cycle path, and of course, the Alexanderplatz station, which is within walking distance.

BER is also only 30 minutes away from there with the new Airport Express.

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The sky above Berlin

New ideas don’t fall from the sky, but the uninhibited view here can help to develop them. BEAM offers recreational areas for breaks – with a spacious rooftop terrace, light-flooded atriums and leafy inner courtyards that form the green lungs of the building, giving you space to breathe.

But that’s not all. You can also relax in the many green spaces all within walking distance, and on the banks of the Spree River directly opposite.

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The highest degree of flexibility

Companies – regardless of whether they are start-ups or established market participants – face the challenge of meeting current and future space requirements at the same time. But the existing areas must also meet a wide variety of projects and requirements.

The BEAM not only offers a high degree of flexibility in the existing building as well as in the new building, in order to implement different forms of work and fluid concepts, but is also equipped with the latest technology.

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Konzentration der Start-Ups in Berlin,
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Founder Vibes

There is no English translation for the word ‘Gründerzeit’ (literally ‘founder’s period’; period of rapid industrial expansion in Germany), because the period of economic upswing from 1870 to 1914 was limited to the regional area and is therefore unique.

Today, Berlin is not just number 1 on the start-up scene – it’s a top location for established companies like Google, Amazon and Zalando. BEAM isn’t just centrally located. It’s the epicentre of founder vibes.

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The gate to the 

Klosterstraße is the nucleus and the origin of the city of Berlin. And BEAM marks the entrance to this historic quarter that is on its way to completely reinventing itself. Here, a completely new quarter is being built on Molkenmarkt, envisaged as an innovative campus for the city community. When the old is united with the new, the future can be shaped.

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Littenstraße is home to one of eleven district courts in Berlin, which was built between 1896 and 1904 as a municipal court based on the designs by Paul Thoemer, Rudolf Mönnich and Otto Schmalz. Badly destroyed in the Second World War, subsequently restored and listed as a historical monument, this was the place of the Supreme Court of the GDR.

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At Krögel 2, the focus is on arts and crafts and design. The Direktorenhaus (Director’s House), the main building of the Alten Münze (Old Mint), is today an art and cultural centre. The adjacent production halls housed the Prussian mint, which was built by Johann Heinrich Gentz around 1798. Today, the areas are considered a transit zone for artisans, designers and manufacturers.

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You could taste brandy in Waisenstraße already as early as 1621. A groom of the elector at the time opened a drinking parlour on the ground floor of a residential building. Rebuilt after destruction in the Second World War, Zur Letzten Instanz in the historic Klosterviertel quarter is now a listed building and one of the oldest restaurants in Berlin.

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Stories around the BEAM

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Sandro Broel-Plater, project manager at Pott Architects, on ball pits and the radiance of crowns.


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As a founder and the brains behind my own company, which currently has around 30 employees, BEAM is exactly what I’ve been looking for for a long time.


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At my family reunion the other day, I got talking to my cousin Susanne. She does language training for actors and I was curious to know what that entailed.


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The radialsystem has been a privately-supported centre and a driving force behind the arts since 2006.


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In the immediate vicinity of BEAM, the cultural and creative location of Alte Münze is currently being redeveloped.


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Floor plans

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Ground Floor


Three green courtyards with a total area of about 950 m2.
Entrance area with reception, seating and quiet corners, approx. 250 m2.
568 m2 of new space for gastronomy and retail.

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1-4 Historic Part


11,000 m² of modern, flexible office space with historic brick walls and modern interior design.

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5-7 Additional Floors


7.740 m2 of flexible office space in the three new floors. Modern architecture that meets the highest demands.

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Roof Terrace


Roof terrace with pool and spectacular views of central Berlin.