Haus Hardenberg, raised by architect Paul Schwebes in the mid-1950s, is considered one of the finest post-war buildings in Germany. The seven-storey structure with the signature curve of its façade of opaque black glass and the conspicuously protruding flying roof was redeveloped and modernised in compliance with the listed building consent.
In addition to the period architecture, the property benefits from its excellent location in direct proximity of Ernst-Reuter-Platz and near Kurfürstendamm and the Zoo railway station. It has perfect transportation access, and there is no shortage in retail venues and social institutions in the neighbourhood – not to mention the recreational options offered by the parklands of nearby Tiergarten.
Haus Hardenberg is located in a vibrant business and residential neighbourhood close to Ernst-Reuter-Platz in the heart of Berlin's western downtown. The surrounding area is defined by numerous institutes and campus facilities of the Berlin University of Technology (TU) and the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK).
The Ernst-Reuter-Platz underground station is practically in front of the building, while Tiergarten, Savignyplatz and the Zoo railway station are no more than a ten-minute walk away.