A modern interior behind a classical façade
With the renovation of the Römischer Hof® CA Immo Deutschland completed the last major historical building on the grandiose Berlin boulevard Unter den Linden. The building is used as an office and commercial building and has a rental space of approx. 9.500 sqm (102,300 square feet). In October 2009, the project development was successfully finalized, by selling the building to an investor.
The unique atmosphere created by the classical architecture makes the Römischer Hof® ideal for high-level official functions.The original structure of the building, with a large atrium and three sides facing public spaces, offers optimal conditions for prime use. On the ground floor, in addition to the main entrance leading from Unter den Linden, a second formal entrance has been added in Charlottenstrasse.
The building was erected in 1865-67 as the "Hôtel de Rome", and redesigned by architects Berndt & Lange as an office building. Huge pilasters and pillars decorate the classical façade, which blends harmoniously with the other historical facades of Unter den Linden.
Even before the start of the redevelopment work, Vivico was able to rent out around 50 % of the rental space to Italian System for Business SpA (ISB). Under the name of "Palazzo Italia" ISB has opened an Italian showcase, in which Italian economic and cultural performances are presented.Before the completion of the building, the international publishing house Condé Nast has taken out a lease on approx. 2300 sqm. Meanwhile Condé Nast rented another 800 sqm. In September 2007 the E-Plus Group, has set up its capital city office in 700 sqm of rental space.
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