Kaiserliches Postamt

This former imperial post office building with its highly attractive, turn-of-the-century façade has undergone extensive refurbishment and is now one of Berlin-Zehlendorf’s key architectural highlights. The revitalisation project has introduced new usage concepts that create an attractive environment and ensure high-quality living.

Kaiserliches Postamt

The former imperial post office building is a unique structure dating back to 1900 and is located in the heart of Zehlendorf – very close to Teltower Damm. Thanks to its use as a post office for many years, it is well-known both in the surrounding area and beyond. Key features of the property include its turn-of-the-century façade and its detached position between Teltower Damm and Zehlendorf S-Bahn station.

This location right in the midst of Zehlendorf’s urban centre is highly accessible – the nearby Zehlendorf S-Bahn station provides convenient connections to both Berlin city centre and Potsdam. The town hall and all the essential services for day-to-day requirements are also just around the corner.

Thanks to the addition of two new storeys in the loft, the total rental area has been increased to approx. 2,110 m². This extension work placed particular emphasis on sophisticated furnishings, sustainability, modern technology and lift systems, efficient layouts and robust design.


City location

The property is located in the Berlin Zehlendorf area, close to the centre of Zehlendorf. The centre of Berlin is also easily accessed via Potsdamer Chaussee, Teltower Damm and Clayallee.

Transport connections

The nearby Zehlendorf S-Bahn station is served by the S1 Potsdam-Oranienburg line via Potsdamer Platz. Several bus routes also stop on Teltower Damm, just two minutes’ walk away. Access to the A115 motorway is available via Potsdamer Chaussee, approx. 10 minutes’ drive away.


The immediate surroundings feature a combination of different urban uses and a well-developed, lively infrastructure. With several restaurants and shops for day-to-day requirements close by, this is an exceptionally high-quality area. The building faces onto a small square that is set to be developed into a small park by the local authorities and will provide tenants with calm, attractive surroundings.


Commercial units: 5
Residential units: 7
Total floor space: approx. 2,110 m2
Project architect: von Bothmer Architekten
Completion: 2013
Exit: 2014


Martin-Buber-Straße 23-25, Berlin-Zehlendorf

Residential space


SurfacesRoomSurface in approx. m²
appartment 13132 m²rented
appartment 23100 m²rented
appartment 33111 m²rented
appartment 4395 m²rented
appartment 5393 m²rented
appartment 64127 m²rented
appartment 73118 m²rented



Office space

SurfaceFloorSurface in approx. m²
Office/surgeriesground316 m²rented
284 m²rented
Office/surgeries1. floor288 m²rented
155 m²rented
140 m²rented


The wonderfully bright, airy office and consulting rooms ensure a perfect working environment for your staff as well as for customers and patients.

  • Historic architecture meets state-of-the-art design concepts
  • Bright, spacious consulting and office units on the ground floor and first floor
  • Access via a spacious stairway
  • Lift and ramp for barrier-free access
  • Ceilings between 3.30 and 3.50 metres high
  • Courtyard parking spaces
  • Green inner courtyard and attractive forecourt planned
  • Low operating costs thanks to state-of-the-art building technology
  • Optimised facility management