Berlin Kreuzberg’s cultural co-ownership project... ...the place for art, creative industries and education.

Be a part of FRIZZ23 and create your new workspace
together with us in the center of Berlin.

map of berlin :: the location

Location location location ...
... right between a park and a city square

map of berlin :: the location

Who is already on board?

What is still available?

  • Retail units right at the edge of the park
  • Units can be tailored to your needs starting from 30 m2. ca. 2,000m2 are still available.
  • Live/work studios with 35% residential and 65% commercial space possible

Crowdfunding :: Possible outcome

Multifaceted Synergy

By mixing large and small units, and opportunities for timesharing, FRIZZ23 provides an interactive framework for creative work within an inspiring environment.

The Concept :: Mixture


Many disciplines converge, fostering mutual inspiration. The contract specifies that 33% of the space be used for creative industry and the arts, and 32% for education. This clause is binding for 10 years.

The Concept :: Small Units

Small Units

The small units will support diversity, encouraging exchange and providing constant stimulus.

The Concept :: Timesharing


Ideas thrive in intense environments. By introducing a space management system, FRIZZ23 will expand its potential, making certain spaces available for very short periods. This lowers the cost for everyone, reducing space requirements to the essentials.

Authentic: because many investors will use the space themselves.
Lively: because a rich diverse array of activity will animate the building 24/7.

Free spaces in all sizes

  • Units available from 30 m2
  • Ceiling height ca. 3.10 m (ground floor ca. 3.9 m)
  • Neighboring units can be joined together
  • Maisonette-Units also possible
  • Storerooms and underground car parking spaces available

Multifaceted Spaces

View from Besselpark

View from Friedrichsstraße

View from Fromet-Moses-Mendelsson-Platz


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