New opening of offices and flexible workplaces in Römischer Hof, Berlin
Berlin’s leading business center provider, Satellite Office GmbH, is opening its fifth business center in the capital this week. On the 3rd floor of Unter den Linden 10, a total of 38 individual and team offices, various lounge areas, dining areas, a fireside lounge and conference rooms of different sizes are available on an area of 1,423 m². Even before the opening, 52% of the offices have been leased.
Berlin is booming, hip and popular all over the world. In connection with this, the demand for flexible offices and workplaces has also increased enormously in recent years. Satellite Office has picked up on this trend and consistently developed business centers of the 1990s, becoming a trendsetter itself. “Our balanced mix of fully equipped offices, temporary workspaces and open spaces such as diners and bistro areas have become meeting places for entrepreneurs in the global and digital world,” says Anita Gödiker, managing partner of the company, explaining the high occupancy rate. As of now, these office platforms are available at the Römischer Hof, Unter den Linden 10, for start-ups, medium-sized and large companies with high expectations of a stylish working environment. The use of the good address as a virtual office, as a business address or for the company headquarters is also very much in vogue as a mix of home office and central top address. In addition, classics such as secretarial services, coworking desks, conference rooms, meeting rooms, and temporary and rental offices are available. New is the possibility of membership in the Satellite Office Community. It entitles the holder to use all network areas in all locations, even across metropolitan areas. Highlights at Roman Court include the library, diners and spacious vintage lounge. – Journalists are invited to a tour followed by breakfast on Tuesday, March 25 this year.
Satellite Office GmbH is an owner-managed company founded in 1997. The idea of offering discerning customers innovative and individual office solutions only in listed, historic properties in top addresses and within the framework of a personal and courteous service makes the company the market leader in the high-end segment of the business center industry in Germany. In addition to prime locations in Berlin, such as the Cumberland Haus at Kurfürstendamm 194, Friedrichstrasse 200 and Charlottenstrasse 68, Satellite Office Business Centers are also present at the finest addresses in Hamburg, at Neuer Wall 10 on the corner of Junfgernstieg, and in Munich at Ludwigpalais at Ludwigstrasse 8. Now, with the Römischer Hof, the location portfolio has been expanded by another magnificent building.
Satellite Office Business Center “Römischer Hof”, Unter den Linden 10
The Roman Court is a house with history. The beautiful Kontorhaus in Berlin’s boulevard Unter den Linden and was one of the few houses not completely destroyed during World War II. After being gutted in 2005, the building was renovated and shaped into a modern office building by architect Axtelm Frinken based on images and documents dating back to 1775. The facade, destroyed during the Second World War, was fitted with an attractive glass insert. The Römischer Hof was last known as the Grand Hotel de Rome, which was one of the most prestigious hotels in Berlin. The house gained a certain notoriety with the Pannewitz gang, which committed a safe burglary in 1951. This story was filmed under the title “Der Bruch” in 1989 with Götz George, Rolf Hoppe and Otto Sander.
Anita Gödiker, managing director and shareholder stands for medium-sized business policy, education and social commitment. She is frequently requested as a keynote speaker on the topic of change in the workplace. She has been a member and sponsor of the Berlin Business Talks since 1997. For years, she has been active in the Economic Council of the CDU, in the Association of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses and as a senator in the EWiF Europäisches Wirtschaftsforum eigentümergeführter Unternehmen e.V. (European Economic Forum of Owner-Managed Companies). She is a brand new member of the BCH Business Club Hamburg. She also sits on the advisory board of the private bank Donner & Reuschel in Hamburg and Munich. With her political commitment, she is instrumental in shaping SME policy in Europe.
For many years, she has been committed to fighting child pornography and the acquisition of child pornographic material on the Internet. Impressed by recent events, she launched the “Egg for Innocence” campaign last week – working together against child pornography. The action runs until Easter. Half of the proceeds from the Easter egg sale will go to Dunkelziffer e.V. and Innocence in Danger e.V.. In addition, she initiated and endowed the Female Entrepreneur Award under the motto: Woman looking for good business ideas in the years 1997 to 2000.