Parkhaus Gleisdreieck

At the beginning of January 2020, a new exciting project has started as part of the Urbane Mitte Am Gleisdreieck and this pioneer of the urban quarter of tomorrow will be filled with life: Parkhaus Gleisdreieck.
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The Parkhaus Gleisdreieck

At the beginning of January 2020, a new exciting project has started as part of the Urbane Mitte Am Gleisdreieck and this pioneer of the urban quarter of tomorrow will be filled with life: Parkhaus Gleisdreieck.

However, the goal is not to operate a purely functional, conventional multi-storey car park, but rather to design an innovative and future-oriented one. To realise this vision, the project team is dealing with questions such as:

What will the car park of tomorrow look like?
How can one space combine several types of use at the same time?
How can a multi-storey car park be transformed into a mobility and micro-logistics hub?

The existing car park with around 700 parking spaces is gradually being transformed into an inner-city mobility and micro-logistics hub. In cooperation with various sharing and mobility providers as well as links to the public transport system, the Gleisdreieck Parkhaus is to become a transfer point for various modes of transport. In the future, new types of mobility will be united at a central location and an attractive, safe parking experience will be created in the middle of Berlin.

In addition to developing the innovative utilisation concept, COPRO Immobilienmanagement GmbH is responsible for the management and tenant management of the entire property.

Central location in Berlin

The existing car park was originally part of the 19-building complex "Quartier Potsdamer Platz", which was the result of extensive competitions, designs and planning by the international team of architects led by the two renowned architects Renzo Piano and Christoph Kohlbecker. Piano and Kohlbecker wanted to create a "European-style urban quarter" and left a lasting mark on the appearance of Potsdamer Platz.

The "Parkhaus Debis" (name at the time) was built in 1998 on the former Potsdamer railway station between the Landwehrkanal and the Gleisdreieck underground station to complement Potsdamer Platz. Designed by Renzo Piano himself, it was considered an ambitious building. With its excellent inner-city location between the districts of Mitte, Tempelhof-Schöneberg and Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, the parking garage offers an optimal starting point in the middle of Berlin.

Within walking distance are not only Potsdamer Platz, the Sony Center and the Mall of Berlin, but also the trade fair & event location STATION Berlin, the German Museum of Technology and the Park am Gleisdreieck with the hotspots BRLO and B-Part Am Gleisdreieck. Thanks to the Gleisdreieck railway station next door, the Parkhaus Gleisdreieck is easy to reach from all directions. Both the western and eastern centres of Berlin are only a few underground stops away (underground lines U1, U2, U3).

Long-term parkers can park comfortably, safely and around the clock in the Parkhaus Gleisdreieck - parking in an excellent inner-city location with optimal public transport connections.

Facts

5 floors
Around 770 parking spaces
Floor space per floor: approx. 7,000 sqm
Entrance/exit in the north
Exit in the south
3 lifts
4 continuous staircases

Location

Schöneberger Ufer 3, Berlin-Kreuzberg