The building at Marburger Straße 3 is one of the few commercial and residential buildings in the Charlottenburg district of Berlin that survived the war without having suffered any substantial damage. This protected building was originally erected by Paul Mühsam in 1897 and is an extraordinary example of Berlin’s Gründerzeit architecture. The house is a protected building and is to remain a monument to the historic architecture of Gründerzeit Berlin in future. The building at Marburger Straße 3 was home to many creative thinkers and creative ideas from the very beginning.
And the Finnish owners want to keep it that way – as a
“Home of Arts and Creative Business”
Just a few minutes on foot from the Kurfürstendamm and KaDeWe, the building is ideally situated as a location for apartments and businesses, its proximity to City-West being an obvious advantage for the latter. The building at Marburger Straße 3 is home to many creative industries, businesses and individuals. It is hoped that the building will develop into a popular location for art, design, innovation, communication, advertising and other creative industries.
MIV Marburger Straße 3 Verwaltungs GmbH
Marburger Straße 3
D - 10789 Berlin