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HGHI opens Schultheiss Quartier in Berlin-Mitte

On the site of the former Schultheiss Brewery, an attractive centre for retail, trade and gastronomy has been created.

Berlin, August 16, 2018

The Berlin real estate company HGHI Holding GmbH today, Thursday, 16 August 2018, opened the Schultheiss Quartier shopping centre in Berllin-Mitte. It has been built on the former Schultheiss Brewery site in the Moabit district (Stromstraße 14, 10551 Berlin) after a construction period of three years.

With the opening of the Schultheiss Quartier, visitors are now offered a special world of shopping in Berlin-Mitte, in figures: 74,000 sqm gross floor area, 30,000 sqm retail area, 15,000 sqm office space, 8,500 sqm hotel space, a 2,500 sqm food court, a 2,400 sqm fitness center and 400 parking spaces. The total investment is over 300 million euros.

„In the heart of Berlin-Mitte, the Schultheiss Quartier combines all facets of urban life such as working, shopping, accommodation and entertainment in a unique ambience“, emphasises Harald Gerome Huth, owner and managing director of HGHI Holding GmbH.

In designing the new quarter, his company focused on a connection between tradition and modernity by building on the original substance. The parts of the building, some of which are listed as historical monuments, still remind us of the times when beer was brewed on the site: from the boiler house and chimney to the inner courtyard with Remisengasse up to the historical murals in the interior.

„The Schultheiss Quartier combines past and present. Among other things, we have transformed the relief-like structure of the brewery façade from the 19th century into the contemporary. The Schultheiss Quartier is an exciting space that invites you to linger and does not oblige you to do anything. It is a small town in the city,“ says the Swiss architect Max Dudler.

Visitors can expect a varied mix of products and services. Tenants include Kaufland, H&M, Olymp & Hades, MediaMarkt, Deichmann, New Yorker, dm Drogeriemarkt, Thalia bookstore, Intersport, Lindner delicatessen, Woolworth and Berliner Kaffeerösterei.

„After years of vacancy, I very much welcome the fact that the HGHI has given this location new life and has thus saved a part of Moabit's industrial history from disappearing in a demanding manner. The extensive modernization of this area means a significant increase in attractiveness for the entire district,“ compliments District Mayor Stephan von Dassel.

The opening hours of the Schultheiss Quartier are Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 8 pm (Kaufland from 7 am to 10 pm) and on Sundays open for business from 1 pm to 6 pm.

On the first days, visitors can expect a varied programme for young and old with many discounts, tastings and prize draws. The opening programme will be topped out by a first Sunday shopping day on 19 August.

The Schultheiss Quartier is very easy to reach due to its direct connection to public transport. In addition to the subway and public buses, the main railway station with several regional traffic lines and long-distance traffic is only two kilometres away.

  • Underground line U9: Station Turmstraße
  • Bus lines: M27, TXL, 101, 123, 187

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Schultheiss Quartier at the corner of Stromstraße / Turmstraße in the district Berlin-Mitte
From left: Nils Busch-Petersen (Managing Director of Handelsverband Berlin-Brandenburg e.V.), Stephan von Dassel (Mayor of Berlin-Mitte), Harald Gerome Huth (Owner and Managing Director of HGHI Holding GmbH) and Ephraim Gothe (City Councillor for Urban Development)
Perfect weather for the opening: Stephan von Dassel, Nils Busch-Petersen, Harald Gerome Huth (r) and Ephraim Gothe are pleased that the doors are being revealed
Schultheiss Quartier is another milestone in the history of HGHI
Forget about Monaco, Milan and Munich: Moabit is place to be. All 4000 T-shirts were out of stock within a few hours

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