Residence Monbijou Berlin
The former Paul Ehrlich Center was built in 1902-1906 to the designs of Georg Thür, is now a listed building and has been converted into a high-quality residential building. It was originally built as part of the buildings of the former University Women’s Hospital of the Charité, then used as an institutional building.
The residence Monbijou offers with its nine exclusive apartments on two floors exceptional living comfort.
On the west side of the residence facing the quiet garden courtyard, spacious balconies are discreetly integrated into the classic appearance of the façade. The newly created entrances create a representative character. The staircases open up one to two apartments per floor. Elegant living spaces with fireplaces, generous bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and walk-in dressing rooms, as well as custom kitchens and separate utility rooms complete the high-end amenities.