Tag-Archive: "Quartier Heidestrasse"

24. June 2020 | Magazine #6

Europacity plays host – Exchange of views kick off the year

An evening out, inside a building shell. The Standortgemeinschaft Europacity is a community of real estate developers. On 28 January, they held their New Year ’s reception, for the first time, in Europacity. As part of the event, guests were allowed to explore ‘QH Core’ in Quartier Heidestrasse – even though the building is still under construction until this autumn. … Continue reading

9. June 2020 | News

A walk through Europacity

Europacity, in the centre of the capital, is convenient to reach, and ideal for exploring on foot. Come, join us on a walk through this emerging district just north of the main station! On our journey, we’ll pass along green river banks, explore historic buildings and sites, and witness some of the best in contemporary architecture. … Continue reading

1. April 2020 | Milestones

All office space in QH Core fully let

50Hertz Transmission GmbH signed a contract to lease office spaces in the QH Core building in Quartier Heidestrasse. After relocation of its headquarters in 2016, the enterprise will move into the second building in the growing Europacity adjacent to the Berlin Central Station. … Continue reading

2. October 2019 | News

SAP moves into Quartier Heidestrasse

SAP, the world’s leading producer of enterprise software applications, signed the lease in the Quartier Heidestrasse in the Berlin Europacity. The listed company with headquarters in Walldorf leased around 30,000 square meters in the smart building ensemble QH Track and will install a digital campus with up to 1,200 employees there. … Continue reading

9. February 2018 | Magazine #2

Potential for pioneers

A tour of Europacity today gives you a glimpse at the future of urban development around Berlin’s main train station – a future taking shape in different stages of construction. And yet many things are already there. A barren plot becomes part of the city, a wasteland is transformed into urbanity.The new quarter’s front row Continue reading