Welcome to No.1 Charlottenburg

No.1 Charlottenburg is a truly exceptional residential complex
in the heart of the vibrant city of Berlin.

No.1 Charlottenburg is a truly exceptional residential complex in the heart of the vibrant city of Berlin. Its central location, a few minutes’ walk from the busy Straße des 17. Juni, is peaceful and calm with spacious gardens on the banks of the River Spree.

Your New Home

Located on the corner of Wegelystraße and Englische Straße, No. 1 Charlottenburg’s 272 apartments are housed in two waterfront towers and 13 traditional townhouses, grouped around inner courtyards.

German architect Caroline Stahl has led the design, setting new standards for high-end living in Berlin with her vision of innovative design and simple elegance.

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In Detail

The 272 apartments range from two-room apartments with 38m² of living space to four-room-apartments with 155m². The apartments with their large windows and high ceilings from 2.8m to 3.0m create a delightful sense of space.

The magnificent view, stretching from the gardens and River Spree over the centre of Berlin, can be enjoyed from the private balconies and terrace gardens. 129 secured parking spaces are also available within the development.

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Design Features

  • With high ceilings, and floor to ceiling windows, there is a feeling of light and space.
  • Very bright rooms with mostly floor to ceiling window-doors in the main rooms
  • ENEV 2009 energy standard
  • Underfloor heating with district heating provided throughout
  • Spacious and high–quality bathrooms
  • Private balconies or terraces to most of the apartments
  • Private gardens or terraces to most ground floor apartments
  • Close proximity to beautiful parklands
  • Unprecedented access to river frontage
No. 1 Chartlottenburg housing map
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  • Berlin - House 1

    KPM presented the BERLIN dinner service in partnership with Italian designer Enzo Mari in 1996. In 1998 the design received the iF Product Design Award.

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  • Urbino - House 2

    Designed with the precepts of the Bauhaus in mind and unveiled in 1931 Trude Petri's URBINO dinner service was awarded Grand Prix at the Paris World Exposition of 1937.

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  • Arkadia - House 3

    ARKADIA was created in 1938 for KPM's 175 anniversary originally as a tea set. The service was based on the formal language on New Objectivity.

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  • Arkadia - House 4

    ARKADIA was created in 1938 for KPM's 175 anniversary originally as a tea set. The service was based on the formal language on New Objectivity.

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  • Arkadia - House 5

    ARKADIA was created in 1938 for KPM's 175 anniversary originally as a tea set. The service was based on the formal language on New Objectivity.

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  • Neuosier - House 6

    The design of NEUOSIER is inspired by French 'osier' (wickerwork). Made for Prince Fredrick William II in 1780 it was used at the royal table of Sanssouci Palace.

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  • Neuosier - House 7

    The design of NEUOSIER is inspired by French 'osier' (wickerwork). Made for Prince Fredrick William II in 1780 it was used at the royal table of Sanssouci Palace.

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  • Ceres - House 8

    In 1912 Theodor Schmuz-Baudiß designed the CERES service to mark KPM's 150th anniversary. The design pays tribute to the opulence and elegance of late Art Nouveau.

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  • Feldblume - House 9

    Created in 1940 FELDBLUME is light and stylistically confident, depicting wild flowers, grass and insects, it evokes memories of a summer's day.

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  • Feldblume - House 10

    Created in 1940 FELDBLUME is light and stylistically confident, depicting wild flowers, grass and insects, it evokes memories of a summer's day.

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  • Rocaille - House 11

    In 1767 KPM modelling master Friedrich Elias Meyer created a range in the Prussian Rococo style for Wrocław Palace. It is still used at state banquets in Bellevue Palace.

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  • Rocaille - House 12

    In 1767 KPM modelling master Friedrich Elias Meyer created a range in the Prussian Rococo style for Wrocław Palace. It is still used at state banquets in Bellevue Palace.

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  • Kurland - House 13

    Around 1790, Peter Biron, Duke of Kurland, commissioned KPM
    to design and produce a magnificent dinner service –
    KURLAND.

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  • Neuzierat - House 14

    The shape of NEUZIERAT has remained unchanged since Friedrich Elias Meyer's design in 1767 and can be described as Berlin's greatest tribute to Rococo.

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  • Neuzierat - House 15

    The shape of NEUZIERAT has remained unchanged since Friedrich Elias Meyer's design in 1767 and can be described as Berlin's greatest tribute to Rococo.

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The Architect

Caroline Stahl

“A serene atmosphere flows into the entrance halls of the houses with their stylish natural stone floors and elegant paneling. Inside the apartments, generous ceiling heights, high-quality materials and abundant daylight characterise the rooms. The choice of 2, 3 and 4 room apartments is complemented by thoughtfully designed layouts: elegant bathrooms are equipped with showers and bathtubs; the open kitchens are full of light.”

The highlights of Berlin on your doorstep