Project description

Haus MARGO on Jungstrasse is located in the southern part of Friedrichshain and slightly off Simon-Dach-Strasse, the centre of nightlife action, yet closer to Gabriel-Max-Strasse with its many boutique stores. It’s a good blend of everything, say the locals. Quiet at times, exciting at other times, the area has becomes rather lively over the past 20 years.

Built between 2009 and 2011, the multi-dwelling building Haus Margo consists of nine residential units and one commercial unit on the ground floor. All of the apartments have generous layouts. The residential footprints of the two- to five-bedroom flats, one of them a penthouse, range from 64 to 209 square metres. Floor-to-ceiling glazing ensures optimal lighting for the living areas. A generous floor plan, walk-in closets, and a laundry room, an open-plan option to enlarge the living area to include the kitchen, carefully selected of high-spec materials inside and out, a cosy bathroom design, direct lift access from the apartments, and many other things add up to a high-end living ambience.

Eight double car stackers are safe and easy to reach via a subway that is accessed through a passageway to the yard with a radio-controlled gate. The parking system is screened by a cladding of wooden slats that provide natural ventilation while doubling as effective blinds to lend a cosy touch to the yard.


Location: Berlin, Friedrichshain
Type: New scheme
Units: 9 apartments, 1 commercial unit
Residential floor area: 64 sqm to 209 sqm
Completion: 2011

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