Deutsche Investment Successfully Implements Infill Densification Involving Standing Properties

Berlin, 23 March 2021 – In Berlin’s district of Charlottenburg, Deutsche Investment just completed its first infill densification project on schedule. It involved a new-build unit of around 1,200 sqm of lettable area that was added as infill densification development to the quiet inner courtyard of an existing residential complex on Wilmersdorfer Strasse. The multi-dwelling unit with its fully-built basement extends over six full storeys plus one recessed storey that includes integrated roof terraces. Striking about the back building are the bright interiors. The flats range from 45 to 70 sqm in size, come with generously dimensioned balconies or patios, and in some instances feature floor-length windows. The flats, which have either 2 or 3 bedrooms, are equipped with underfloor heating and high-end fitted kitchens. A car lift will take the building’s future residents to the in-house underground car park. Parallel to the construction work, the outside facilities at the site were landscaped anew, and a play area was installed for children. Due to the central location in the downtown district of Charlottenburg, demand for the 19 residential units was strong ever since construction started, so that lettings coincided with the building’s completion.

“Taking socio-environmental factors duly into account, we created a residential environment on Wilmersdorfer Strasse that is both liveable and urban. Our cautious approach to infill densification provides Berlin with rental housing where it is most needed. Since we used previously sealed areas for our property development, no green spaces were sacrificed. Moreover, the rooftop vegetation contributes seriously to the preservation of biodiversity,” elaborated Cigdem Yildirim Klippert, Head of Property Development at Deutsche Investment.

The next construction projects of Deutsche Investment are already being reviewed for planning and approval purposes. Having taken note of recent developments in the building industry, Deutsche Investment increasingly exploits the benefits of digitisation and sustainability in its property developments. “Responsible development creates sustainable residential environments that are inspired by the actual needs of tenants while conserving resources and thereby easing the strain on the environment,” added Cigdem Yildirim Klippert. “Urban target groups have changed their mobility patterns, and cars are losing in significance. The planning effort for our new-build construction projects shifts the focus toward non-motorised private transportation as we concentrate on mobility concepts that improve the cycling infrastructure in the immediate residential environment.”

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Deutsche Investment Successfully Implements Infill Densification Involving Standing Properties

Berlin, 23 March 2021 – In Berlin’s district of Charlottenburg, Deutsche Investment just completed its first infill densification project on schedule. It involved a new-build unit of around 1,200 sqm of lettable area that was added as infill densification development to the quiet inner courtyard of an existing residential complex on Wilmersdorfer Strasse. The multi-dwelling unit with its fully-built basement extends over six full storeys plus one recessed storey that includes integrated roof terraces. Striking about the back building are the bright interiors. The flats range from 45 to 70 sqm in size, come with generously dimensioned balconies or patios, and in some instances feature floor-length windows. The flats, which have either 2 or 3 bedrooms, are equipped with underfloor heating and high-end fitted kitchens. A car lift will take the building’s future residents to the in-house underground car park. Parallel to the construction work, the outside facilities at the site were landscaped anew, and a play area was installed for children. Due to the central location in the downtown district of Charlottenburg, demand for the 19 residential units was strong ever since construction started, so that lettings coincided with the building’s completion.

“Taking socio-environmental factors duly into account, we created a residential environment on Wilmersdorfer Strasse that is both liveable and urban. Our cautious approach to infill densification provides Berlin with rental housing where it is most needed. Since we used previously sealed areas for our property development, no green spaces were sacrificed. Moreover, the rooftop vegetation contributes seriously to the preservation of biodiversity,” elaborated Cigdem Yildirim Klippert, Head of Property Development at Deutsche Investment.

The next construction projects of Deutsche Investment are already being reviewed for planning and approval purposes. Having taken note of recent developments in the building industry, Deutsche Investment increasingly exploits the benefits of digitisation and sustainability in its property developments. “Responsible development creates sustainable residential environments that are inspired by the actual needs of tenants while conserving resources and thereby easing the strain on the environment,” added Cigdem Yildirim Klippert. “Urban target groups have changed their mobility patterns, and cars are losing in significance. The planning effort for our new-build construction projects shifts the focus toward non-motorised private transportation as we concentrate on mobility concepts that improve the cycling infrastructure in the immediate residential environment.”

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