Paul Lincke Höfe

The Paul-Lincke-Höfe complex, germany's first loft Project, which comprises 25 long-standing apartments and 116 lofts in the trendy Paul-Lincke-Ufer area of Berlin-Kreuzberg, was finished in 2000. By redefining the balance of work and life for which this quarter is known, incorporating extraordinary loft architecture designed by Prof. Christoph Langhof, and adding in world-renowned fairytale gardens created by American landscape artist Martha Schwartz, this project has become one of the most famous of its kind in Berlin. Paul-Lincke-Höfe has garnered the "Das Goldene Lot" prize as the best residential property of 2001, along with another award from the building and loan association of Deutsche Bank.