Skilful play with architectural-historical quotations

The magnificent façade of the new RALF SCHMITZ building radiates warmth and tranquillity, giving the six-storey building, located in the West Berlin district of Wilmersdorf, its strong character.


12 luxury city flats, including a penthouse, will show that the high quality of the exterior appearance is continued brilliantly on the inside. For singles, couples or for families - with flat sizes ranging from about 64 to 184 square metres, there is plenty of room for individuality, togetherness and tranquillity. Almost all condominiums are barrier-free. Generous balconies, loggias, roof terraces and a garden terrace add to the extravagance of the various flats and become favourite spots in summer.

A maximum of spatial quality

Only high-quality materials are selected for each of the twelve condominiums. For example, solid wood windows, oiled oak parquet flooring, an underfloor heating system, polished brass fittings or the elegant door handles in the design of the Bauhaus architects Gropius and Meyer. In the large residences, loggias facing the green courtyard invite you to linger. The smaller units face the quiet Sigmaringer Strasse and have a spacious balcony - on the ground floor they feature the luxury of a terrace facing the well-tended garden.


The unique comfort of a state-of-the-art parking system with 14 parking spaces and an extensive security system also contribute to the ease of living.

Selection of condominiums

Noble living in the heart of City West

Sigmaringer Straße 17A lies in the traditional and very lively district of Wilmersdorf. Not far from the charming Ludwigkirchplatz and only a stroll away from Kurfürstendamm, the location convinces as an urban retreat of short distances. From luxury shopping to organic farmers' markets. From a quick snack in one of the many small cafés to an extended dinner with a star chef. No matter what you're in the mood for - here you can enjoy urban life in all its facets.

Andreas Raftopoulos

Andreas Raftopoulos

Project Consultant

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The RALF-SCHMITZ Group and award-winning architect Sebastian Treese are responsible for the classic architectural style in this new development project at Sigmaringer Straße 17A. Twelve exquisite condominiums are being created in a value-retaining West Berlin location. The sought-after location near Ludwigkirchplatz and Kurfürstendamm adds to the exclusivity of the offer. Luxurious furnishings will find their way into all the rooms. Natural stone bathrooms, oak parquet flooring and underfloor heating are a matter of course. In addition, high security standards lead to an exclusive feeling of well-being. All units have a balcony or garden terrace, roof terrace or French balcony.


12 luxury flats for owner-occupiers or capital investors, including a penthouse, are available. A prestigious entrance leads its residents directly to the respective flat via lift. There are also 14 parking spaces in a state-of-the-art parking system. You simply drive your car into the spacious cabin, get out and take the lift just a few steps away, which takes you directly to your flat - your car is taken care of by the fully automatic "concierge". Safely housed, your car waits on the second basement level until you request it again.


The highest stop: the penthouse! A true pearl, designed as a noble retreat down to the last detail. A large arched window gives an unobstructed view of the sky immediately upon entering the flat. Almost all other windows are floor-to-ceiling and give access to the two roof terraces, each of which runs across the entire width of the flat. Magnificent columns underline the outstanding flair, the triangular shape of the ornamental gable continues in the roof slopes of the living room.


It is the total sum of subtleties that characterises the overall appearance of the Sigmaringer Straße 17 a: The cornice at the main entrance, the slightly elevated central risalit on the staggered storey, Tuscan columns on the roof terraces, the broad balconies with their black-painted railings, and even the awnings on the first floor give the façade plasticity and liveliness.


The classical yet modern architecture and extensive green roof underline the intention to realise a culturally sustainable project at this location.