This 25-hectare business and science location in the central borough of Berlin-Mitte combines tradition with the future. The former AEG factories and adjacent high tech buildings there provide space for production- and technology-oriented companies, as well as the creative scene.
The location is characterized by a close exchange between science and business. Currently, around 150 companies and approx. 22 research facilities use Technology Park Humboldthain as the basis for their entrepreneurial activities. The Berliner Innovations- und Gründerzentrum (BIG) supports the start-ups here, as well as the established companies.
At a glance:
- 25-hectare property with total commercial space of approx. 320,000 m²
- 22 research institutions (TU campus Wedding, Fraunhofer Institute IZM)
- Sector focal areas, partially with applied research and development:
- ICT, media and creative industries
- Electronics, photonics and microsystem technology
- Energy, building and environmental technology
- Biotechnology and life sciences
- Production and automation technology
- Automotive: transportation, mobility and logistics
- Selected companies: LASERLINE Druckzentrum, TAKATA AG, IAT Ingenieurgesellschaft für Automobiltechnik mbH, Pierburg GmbH, SPECS Surface Nano Analysis GmbH, AKUT Umweltschutz, OrganoBalance GmbH, pi4_robotics GmbH, and TresCom Technology GmbH
- Proximity to Volkspark Humboldthain city park
- Easy access to Gesundbrunnen (shopping mall and ICE station), the Chausseestraße and Nordbahnhof districts and the center of the city
- Adjacent residential area with district management (Ackerstraße, Brunnenviertel districts)
- First German start-up center BIG in Technology Park Humboldthain TIB
BIG Berlin Innovation and Start-up Center
The Innovation and Start-up center (BIG) in Technology Park Humboldthain was the first start-up center in Germany. It sets the standard for start-up support, offering comprehensive support and consulting services.
Between Brunnenstraße, Ackerstraße and Volkspark Humboldthain
Technology Park Humboldthain in 3D
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