Sustainable private sale apartments in an idyllic waterside setting

The sustainable STADTLANDHAVEL residential quarter is being built in a peaceful setting on the stunning banks of the Havel river in Berlin’s Spandau district. The revitalised architecture of a former gunpowder factory with its striking water tower is creating new living spaces that invoke the site’s history. The landscape design lovingly continues the riverside promenade’s exquisite atmosphere through the inside of the quarter and its gardens. The clinker bricks so characteristic of this listed industrial heritage site are also a feature of the new development. A climate-friendly energy concept puts sustainability at the core of this new residential quarter: thanks to environmentally friendly materials, KfW Efficiency House standard 55, a photovoltaic system, an air-to-water heat pump, a CHP unit, green roofs, rainwater capture and e-mobility parking spaces, the future occupants of STADTLANDHAVEL will live sustainably and in harmony with nature.

Facts and figures

Plot: 11,449 m²
Gross floor area: approx. 23,100 m² (residential)
Project status: under construction


Kleine Eiswerderstr. 14
13599 Berlin

Christian Fouquet
T:  +49 157 80 54 95 98