• Energy-saving design according to KfW 40 EE/NH standard
  • Sustainability concept with wooden construction, e-charging stations, photovoltaics, heat pumps

  • NaWoh and QnG certification

Wiesbaden, April 5, 2023 - The d.i.i. Group, a leading specialist for residential real estate in Germany, is developing two five-story residential buildings with 4,054 square meters of living space in Berlin by 2026. The building permit has already been granted. Sales began on April 1st and are carried out via the Germany-wide and locally based broker network d.i.i. Homes.

The “UHLi” project is located at Uhlandstrasse 17 – 19 in the Pankow district of Berlin. Over the next few years, a total of 38 condominiums will be built on the approximately 2,560 square meter site according to the highest energy efficiency standards. These will be located in two five-story buildings and will vary between two to five rooms with 75 to 154 square meters of living space. From the first floor onwards, all residential units are built using solid timber construction.

Each of the residential units will also have its own balcony or terrace. In addition, owners will have the option of underground parking spaces with electric charging stations.

“With UHli we are setting an example in terms of sustainability. Not only through the use of resource-saving and sustainable building materials such as wood and lime, but also through the installation of photovoltaic systems and modern heat pumps,” says Arne Schreier, Head of Project Development at d.i.i. Deutsche Invest Immobilien AG.

CEO Frank Wojtalewicz adds: “With the 'UHli' we are not only creating contemporary living space in the middle of Berlin-Pankow, but are also helping to create urgently needed and, above all, energy-efficient living space.”

There are various shopping opportunities, dining options as well as bus and train stations within walking distance of the project. Green areas such as the Pankow Castle Park are only a few minutes away, as are school and medical facilities. There is a direct connection by car to inner city districts such as Prenzlauer Berg or to Brandenburg's local recreation areas via the A96, which runs a few hundred meters away.