A new part of Berlin for modern urbanites, with a versatile mix of everything you need – that’s Europacity Berlin, now under construction north of the main train station. With available spaces to live and work, it’s an urban destination with comfortable environments and all the amenities you’d expect from the inner city, in addition to relaxing green and open spaces. It’s a place for families and singles, shop owners and art dealers, and office spaces for small and large companies – all this in a quarter committed to sustainability, truly embracing what it means to be a smart city.
The Europacity has an area of approx. 61 hectare.
That is the size of approx. 83 soccer fields.
There are approx. 3,000 apartments to be built.
Approx. 16,500 people will work in Europacity offices.
Topping-out ceremony in Quartier Heidestrasse: First stage of QH Crown, the northernmost building complex, takes shape
The Quartier Heidestrasse development in Europacity is fast approaching completion. The topping-out wreath now sits above the shell of QH Crown South, the first stage of QH Crown, the two-part building complex that forms Quartier Heidestrasse’s northern end. Continue reading
Regula Lüscher walks purposefully towards the small group. On this October day, she meets with some of Europacity’s investors on Washington platz, beside the central railway station, for our magazine. It is already autumn, but the sun is still shining in a relatively cloudless sky, so much so that several tourists can be seen relaxing on the terraces of the numerous cafés. This is how the gateway to the federal capital is meant to look when travellers alight from trains and catch their first glimpse of the city while gazing towards the government district. Continue reading
In conversation with Volker Staab, Staab Architekten, on the DWI high-rise building on Otto-Weidt-Platz. … Continue reading
Europacity Association of Developers
The Europacity Association of Developers, founded in 2017, is a privately financed initiative of property developers as well as owners and commercial tenants who are actively involved in Europacity.
As associate members with equal standing, they have joined forces to promote the Europacity district. The association’s particular concern is to create urbanity and quality of life in the new inner-city district.
In this context, the interconnection with the neighbouring quarters is of particular importance in forming a unique identity for Europacity. The association is also committed to the development of smart city concepts in Europacity.
They provide information about their visions and goals through jointly organised events, the website ‘Europacity-berlin.de’, and through their biannual journal ‘Europacity Magazin’.