• Max and Moritz Residential Towers

Max and Moritz Residential Towers

Berlin, Germany, 2021

The building ensemble Max und Moritz is built on the site of the former eastern railway goods terminal in Berlin-Friedrichshain located in the immediate neighborhood of the Mercedes-Benz Arena. Tower Moritz borders on the listed viaduct arches of the rail line, along with Tower Max facing the river Spree. The six- to seven-storey buildings comprise 80 commercial areas for offices, shops, fitness, cafes and a day-care center. The façade is designed with irregularly offset loggias and terraces. Horizontal belts of natural stone visually pull together the overall façade composition. A combined pile-slab foundation transfers the loads of the towers into the sandy ground. The remaining buildings will be given a spread foundation. The project ist under construction.

  • Location

    Berlin, Germany

  • Architect

    Nöfer Architekten, Berlin

  • Cooperation

    IBH Tragwerksplanung GmbH, Stuttgart

  • Client


  • Our Scope of Work

    conceptual design, design development

  • Height 95 m (building Moritz),
    86 m (building Max)
  • Total gross floor area 72,000 m²
  • Floors 26 (building Moritz)
    23 (building Max)
  • 2 underground car parks 78 parking spaces total
  • Max and Moritz Residential Towers © DIE WOHNKOMPANIE Berlin

Project location

Similar Projects

Schwabstraße 43
70197 Stuttgart

+49 711 64871-0