Silicon Allee

Founded 2011, Opened 2016

Campus facts

Type
Commercial, residential
Construction year
1994
Completion
December 2016
Size
7.200 m2
Architects
Julian Breinersdorfer
Loescher & Boeckmann
Features
2 Event spaces, cafe & bar, parking garage
Tenants
Drivy, Stripe, The Family, HERE, Prodego, Zenloop, Point Nine Capital, R/D, Klara, Nido
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Home to Berlin’s international technology community

Silicon Allee has operated as Berlin’s first point of contact for internationals arriving to Berlin looking for a connection to the tech community for over a decade. The brand itself has become synonymous with tech in Berlin, and in late 2016 the grassroots community partnered with Factory and moved into its own 7.200 m2 campus in Berlin’s Mitte district.

The Silicon Allee Campus hosts various office sizes, apartments and event spaces and serves as the nucleus of the neighborhood. The campus hosts several Berlin-based startups and international tech companies including Drivy, Here, Stripe, Zenloop, The Family, Klara, Progedo,  as well as Point Nine Capital – one of Europe’s most notable early stage venture capital firms. Office units range from 200 m2 to 1,200 m2, and tenants can enjoy amenities such as a coffee shop and craft beer bar on the building’s ground floor as well as additional event spaces including a rooftop penthouse space with an attached terrace. Fourteen apartments on the campus’ upper floors are operated as a co-living concept for entrepreneurs and corporate employees visiting the German capital.

The surrounding neighborhood is home to hundreds of Berlin’s home-grown startups, international tech giants as well as many cafes, restaurants and other spaces serving a community of over 1,000 internationals.