Forty4 is designed to provide headquarters for big businesses. These will be complemented by restaurants, small businesses, and two residential buildings to create the perfect work/life balance in a single ensemble. Thoughtfully planned from the inside out – and down to the smallest detail.
Offering 3,900 m² GFA (atrium building) and 800 m² GFA (corner building) per floor, the sheer amount of flexible floor space here is impressive. And it offers even more: a 750 m² temperate atrium, a 700 m² inner courtyard, and an airy 670 m² roof terrace.
With its spaciousness, the building is as ethereal as it is majestic. The subtle gradations in the facade grid are fluid. Luxurious ceiling heights between 3.2 m and 3.5 m provide space for big ideas – and a home for movers and shakers.
Out of sight, the complex enables the future of mobility in two underground parking garages. In addition to 60 parking spaces for cars, a separate garage includes 370 spaces for bicycles – with its own entrance, locker rooms, and showers. For a greener, fitter, and fresher commute to work.
Located at the Warschauer Strasse transportation hub, with S-Bahn trains, subway trains, trams, and buses just around the corner. Arterial roads lead in all directions. Surrounded by countless restaurants and shops. Easy to come and go but hard to tear yourself away.
The project was developed in close consultation with the city of Berlin. Official
planning permission has been issued for Forty4. Tenants will secure their position well into the future.
Highest awards. Deepest thinking. Thanks to its holistic design, Forty4 has already been pre-certified platinum status by the DGNB. Its innovative ceilings use less concrete and reduce the carbon footprint by up to 45%. And for its intelligent, human design. And for features such as PV systems and evaporation surfaces for rainwater. For a better urban climate. Sustainability that extends far beyond