Grand living in the best society
Six top-notch architects with distinct languages of form designed the eleven houses of Kronprinzengärten as an interconnected ensemble of buildingsWhile some houses have traditionally structured plinth areas and delicate pilaster arrangements, others display straight modern shapes that are tempered into a soft elegance by rounded balconies on the building corners. The ensemble as a whole is clearly meant for people with refinement and high aspirations. A magnificent view of the cathedral or the edifices of Gendarmenmarkt, all flats with balconies and patios, as well as a special security parking system in the underground car park these are just some of the special features of this up-scale domicile.• Central entranceway• Underground car park ramp on ground floor (Oberwallstrasse)• Penthouse apartment with rooftop terrace• Flats with balconies and/or patios• Spacious, brightly day-lit• Open fireplace in the penthouse• Parquet and board floors• Underfloor heating• Video intercom system• Direct access to basement and underground car park• Cooling (room air conditioning)• Spacious lobby
Having an exclusive residence in the historic town centre of Mitte means not only that you have an incomparable address, but also that you have a box seat to Germany's government district. Just a stone's throw from the boulevard Unter den Linden, from the stunning Museum Island or Gendarmenmarkt, and in direct proximity to the private residential palace of the Prussian kings and emperors, the crown prince's palace and the crown princess' palace, Kronprinzengärten is one of the most exclusive construction projects in the German capital, filling a historic premium site with new life.