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Perfect location, perfect view, perfect office: In the historic centre of West-Berlin there is the impressive UPPER WEST. The UPPER WEST wins over with its unique location directly at Kurfürstendamm and next to the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church with its stunning view from the 25th level down to pulsating Berlin.
As regards accessibility the UPPER WEST´s location is absolutely privileged: with direct subway/ suburban railway at Kurfürstendamm and Breitscheidplatz it can also be reached comfortably by car. The connection to the public transportation is outstanding.
Your new business representation is located at one of the most representative addresses in Germany.
Extraordinary offices, conference and meeting rooms as well as virtual office solutions and professional staff are awaiting you.
The Office Center of CONTORA Office Solutions is located in the 25th level in the UPPER WEST. In an unique atmosphere we offer:
Here history can be breathed and the future can be designed: Centrally located in Berlin with an important historical past the Ku´damm has an enormous economic but also urban significance.
With an exclusively equipped office of CONTORA Office Solutions you will experience here a new form of working atmosphere.
With its location at the Ku'damm, in the direct neighbourhood of the Gedächtniskirche, the UPPER WEST is located at one of the most famous places in Germany. A business location in this location offers you completely new growth opportunities.
In addition, the UPPER WEST is located in the middle of a strongly developed infrastructure: shopping facilities, medical care as well as entertainment, educational and cultural offers are within easy reach. The government district is also not far away.
There is a sky bar in the building, numerous restaurants and cafés in the neighbourhood, as well as the zoo and many other tourist attractions.
The Zoological Garden in Berlin is the oldest zoo in Germany. A 33 hectare area in the centre of the capital accommodates 19,400 animals from around 1400 species. These include exotic species as well as species threatened with extinction.
In the show aquarium next to the Berlin Zoo, fish, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates such as insects can be admired on three floors. The zoo with its adjacent aquarium is one of Berlin's most visited sights.
The Bikini House is a listed, former industrial, commercial and office building on Budapester Straße. The building is the heart of the entire "Zentrum am Zoo" complex, which also includes the high-rise building on Hardenbergplatz (also called "Hutmacher-Haus" or "DOB-Haus"), the Zoo-Palast, the small high-rise building and the parking garage at the zoo.
Today, the Bikini House mainly houses a large shopping centre and various gastronomic offerings. It is also the world's first concept shopping mall with modular pop-up boxes that can only be rented temporarily. This gives well-known brands an opportunity to present a new product. Or young designers get the chance to present their creations to the public for the first time.
Breitscheidplatz is located between Kurfürstendamm, Tauentzienstraße and Budapester Straße. It is the site of the Protestant Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church. It is also known as the "Gedächtniskirche", KWG for short, or "Hohler Zahn" in Berlin vernacular.
Today, the tower ruin of the church destroyed in World War II is a world-famous landmark of the Berlin West as well as a museum and memorial of peace. Much of the ruin was demolished in the 1950s. Afterwards it was completed by newly designed buildings including a church building by Egon Eiermann.
Together with the Helmut Newton Foundation, the Museum of Photography presents all forms of photography from the 19th to the 21st century.
Since the summer of 2004, the museum has been an absolute crowd-puller for photography enthusiasts of national and international origin. Over a million visitors have visited the Helmut Newton Foundation's exhibition in recent years.
The Kaufhaus des Westens - or KaDeWe - is one of the best-known department stores in Germany. Located in the Schöneberg district, it offers an upscale assortment and luxury goods.
Opened in 1907, KaDeWe is the largest department store in continental Europe with a sales area of 60,000 square metres. Since the 1920s it has also had a delicatessen department (the "Feinschmeckeretage"), which has been one of the second largest food departments within a department store worldwide since its expansion in 1978.