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Ludwig-Hoffmann-Quartier

Ludwig Hoffmann Quartier

The former convalescent home is one of the five major hospitals and patient care institutions, which Ludwig Hoffmann designed for the Buch location at the beginning of the 20th century. Avenues, extensive green spaces and garden courtyards give the heritage-protected ensemble an ambience of spaciousness and a clear structure. Besides representative, almost palatial buildings, there are also residential buildings in country house style. Moreover, modern, functional buildings and areas for the construction of new buildings are available.

Owner and builder: Ludwig-Hoffmann-Quartier Objektgesellschaft mbH & Co KG
Project developer: SITUS GmbH Grundstück & Projekt
Address:  Wiltbergstraße 50, 13125 Berlin-Buch
Property area: 28 Hektar
Gross floor space: 125,000 m²
of this, area that is heritage-protected: 110,000 m²  
Number of individual projects:  36
Planned use: residential, commercial, education
Start of construction:  2012
Completion:     anticipated for 2020

360°-panoramas of the Quartier: www.l-h-q.de/virtuelle-tour-lhq

Virtual tour of the Ludwig-Hoffmann-Quartier

www.ludwig-hoffmann-quartier.de

BiotechPark Berlin-Buch

BiotechPark Berlin-Buch

Berlin-Buch, with its long tradition of excellent biomedical basic and clinical research as well as clinical expertise, is an ideal environment for life science companies. The campus atmosphere is conducive to scientific exchange, technology transfer and collaborative projects.

With an area of approximately 31,000 m², the BiotechPark Berlin-Buch is one of the largest biotech parks in Germany. Here entrepreneurs and companies find affordable, industry-specific laboratory and office space with state-of-the-art facilities. Start-ups can grow and thrive in the Innovation and Incubation Center, building areas on the Campus allow for future development. The managing company, Campus Berlin-Buch GmbH, supports the companies in all matters and provides comprehensive service.
Currently, approximately 63 companies are located on campus and employ around 800 people. Forty-seven of these companies are in the biotech sector, several others offer services for the life science industry. Since 1998 the number of employees of the biotech companies has more than doubled.

The business fields of the companies range from medical technology products, molecular biological diagnostics and treatments, preclinical pharmacological and pharmacogenomic tests, RNA technologies, the search for pharma-relevant target molecules, production and testing of drugs and the analysis and synthesis of biomolecules.

Link to the real estate portal:

www.campusberlinbuch.de/en/estate/

FORMER TUBERCULOSIS SANATORIUM "WALDHAUS"

FORMER TUBERCULOSIS SANATORIUM "WALDHAUS"

Property with a fascinating heritage-protected building complex from the beginning of the 20th century as well as attractive areas for potential building development. 

Administrator: BIM Berliner Immobilienmanagement GmbH
Address: Zepernicker Str. 6-8, 13125 Berlin-Buch
Property area 5.4 ha
Of this, area listed as heritage-property 2.9 ha
Floor space of Waldhaus:    4,367 m²
Possible use:   administration, hotel, leisure activities, medicine, science, R & D, education and training

              
Please note: For further information please contact the BIM Berliner Immobilienmanagement GmbH.

www.bim-berlin.de

Hospital Campus, Building 214

Hospital Campus, Building 214

The property has a three-story brick building with sandstone lintels in the early Dutch Baroque style. The building was last used for administrative and planning offices, for technical and storage rooms and as a library. The property is part of the heritage-protected hospital campus and can only be used if the existing character-defining elements are preserved.

Administrator: BIM Berliner Immobilienmanagement GmbH
Address:   Karower Str. 15 A, 13125 Berlin-Buch
Property area:  4,497 m²
Building floor space: 4,630 m²
Possible use:  Medical facilities, hospital, building containing medical practices           

Please note: A bidding process of Liegenschaftsfonds Berlin for this property was recently completed.

Virtual tour of the Hospital Campus

www.bim-berlin.de

News Buch Berlin

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Osmotic stress identified as stimulator of cellular waste disposal

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Jan Philipp Junker receives Helmholtz AI grant

MDC researcher Jan Philipp Junker and his collaborator Maria Colomé-Tatché at Helmholtz Center Munich have received a €200,000 grant to improve big data processing to better understand how gene netw...

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Events Buch Berlin

20.07.2020, 10:00
Ferienangebot: Kinderstadt - Demokratie (er)leben

03.08.2020, 09:00
Projektwoche - Klonierung (Molekularbiologie und Biotechnologie) im Gläsernen Labor

für Schüler ab Klassenstufe 11

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05.08.2020, 09:00
Ein Ferientag zum Thema Bienen

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