-Early February 2011 begins construction in the building and on the roof garden. -The Total area is to be reopened end of 2012. Living Centre and heart of the complex is the Bikinihaus: inside and outside, the roof terrace by hanging gardens on the facades and a shopping centre of a special kind. There is no artificial light shopping block, but a transparent Mall, which offers single – and prospects and offers an inspiring shopping experience not only a committed elite. The variety ranges from Berlin labels up to internationally renowned designers and brands. Also the layout of the land is varied: A centrally located market square for Pop-Up stores is flanked by individually tailored retail space, providing a suitable space for all tenants. With BIKINI BERLIN, we create not only a concept to the contemporary commercial use of urban real estate, but much more. We create a new space for the people and thus put an urban character, whose Qualitat is experienced every day.”so Dr.
Jurgen Bullesbach, Chairman of the Management of the Bavarian House construction. BIKINI BERLIN opening 2012. background information BIKINI was the historic Arch of Zoo Berlin BERLIN in 2002 by the Bavarian building purchased and integrated into the existing portfolio of about 200 real estate. The heritage-listed buildings include the Zoo, the Bikinihaus opposite the Memorial Church, the corner building on the Hardenbergplatz Palace, the small high-rise building and a Park House. After the signing of the urban Treaty in 2009, the Bavarian House construction the planning application submitted in August 2010 and a three-digit millions invested in the basic revitalization of the area. A total of 90,000 m m floor area counts BIKINI BERLIN, 70,000 m for the mixed use are reserved. A focus on the retail space. These will make up 60 percent of the mixed-use area. Another 20 percent are for the gastronomy, five percent of the area beauty, wellness and health, five percent for the theme of living, five Percent for specials and five percent for the area reserved technique.