Tattersall Lorenz takes over property management of historic telegraph office in Berlin

Tattersall Lorenz Immobilienverwaltung und -management GmbH (Tattersall Lorenz), the owner-managed SME property manager based in Berlin, has been instructed by Brant Esada to undertake the commercial and technical property management of the "Telegraph" building in Berlin.

This is a commercial campus on the site of the historic Telegraphenbauamt S. O. 16, situated at Köpenicker Strasse 122 in Berlin-Mitte. It provides around 8,500 sqm of office space in total.
4,500 sqm of this is in the modernised section of the historic 1895 building, with another 4,000 sqm in the newly constructed front section of the property. The underground car park, which is equipped with electric charging stations, also has around 200 parking spaces for bicycles, e-bikes and e-scooters. The office building also includes areas with showers and bathroom facilities.

During the refurbishment and modernisation of the interior of the Telegraph building, all the characteristic original features were retained, in order to preserve the charm of the industrial architecture while adapting it to the requirements of a contemporary work culture and the building achieving a DGNB Gold standard in all parts of the building. The "Telegraph" also boasts gardens and terraces designed by international landscape architecture firm atelier le balto, which are spread throughout the entire complex. The designs for the architecture of the entire property were created by MICHELS Architekturbüro.

Eiko Görs, the manager of Tattersall Lorenz's Berlin office, comments: "The 'Telegraph' is a very special property. It not only combines history with modernity: it also satisfies all the technical requirements of today’s office and work environment. Its high-quality fit-out and the integrated landscape architecture makes it a particularly attractive assignment for us, as experienced property managers. We are happy to accept the challenge with commitment and our customary reliability."

Andy Gainsford of Brant Esada stated that as the company was completing the project and handing over the work areas to the people who will be enjoying the use of the space “it is a great feeling knowing that the property will be professionally managed by people who have as much passion with the building as we do”