Located in the vibrant district of Berlin-Kreuzberg and in close proximity to the former newspaper quarter, this commercial courtyard of GSG Berlin was built in 1910 by builder Helmut Piefke. The bright brick building with green decorative band survived the Second World War unscathed, and in May 1945, a printing house located here was able to produce the daily newspaper “Tägliche Rundschau”.
Even today, the 14 rental units of the property are mainly occupied by large letterpress printers. A copy shop is located in the front building, while architects and companies in the field of dance have also settled there. The commercial spaces between 80 and 520 square meters are suitable for use as offices and business premises, while the drivable ground floors serve as production areas and workshops.