Jägerstrasse 4/5

Government structures meet shopping opportunities – business meets tourism. By combining living and working to create architectural and functional synergy effects that enrich everyday life, a terrace can become a sunny oasis, a green space can become an urban garden, a rear courtyard can become a sophisticated promenade, and tenants can become members of a real community – all in a prime location and at the highest level of comfort.

Jägerstrasse 4/5

This 19th century building, featuring an original stucco façade and a magnificent entrance hall, was renovated and refurbished in autumn 2007. 

The high-end residential units that were created have proven immensely popular. The tiled and parquet floors, state-of-the-art bathrooms, fitted kitchens and remaining original wooden coffered ceilings combine with spacious layouts to provide tenants with a very special living concept.


Quiet area at the western end of Jägerstrasse, next to the Hamburg regional representation

and at the heart of Berlin’s political and cultural centre. It’s just a few minutes’ walk to the Gendarmenmarkt, with the Konzerthaus music hall, the Komische Oper opera house, the Bundesrat and Bundestag parliament buildings and several ministries, embassies and other regional representations.

Berlin’s Humboldt University, the Potsdamer Platz shopping and entertainment complex are also easily accessible, as are the “Mall of Berlin” at Leipzigerplatz, the Friedrichstrasse shopping boulevard, and several good restaurants.

As for transport connections, it only takes three to  four minutes to reach the Mohrenstrasse (U2), Französische Strasse (U6) and Stadtmitte (U2+6) U-Bahn stations and the Friedrichstrasse and Potsdamer Platz S-Bahn and U-Bahn stations.


Commercial units: 4
Residential units: 13
Total floor space: approx. 2,678 m2
Project archtiect: von Bothmer Architekten
User: COPRO Gruppe, Feldbusch Wiesner Rudolph, Hauptverband Farbe Gestaltung Bautenschutz / Bundesverband des Gebäudereiniger-Handwerks
Completion: 2007


Jägerstraße 4/5, Berlin-Mitte