MYND boasts carefully considered features that complement and enhance the space, thus contributing to the well-being of employees and visitors alike.

134 m tower building
3 m ceiling height
24/7 fob access
9 lifts
Top floor reached in 30 seconds
High-quality changing rooms
9 showers
130 Bicycle parking spaces
Large lobby with double-height ceiling
Café/bar in the lobby
Manned reception
Roof terrace and loggia
7,000 m² community spaces
Decentralised ventilation systems for every rental space
Solar control glass
Energy monitoring system
Automated LED lighting management

A new Icon

In the heart of Alexanderplatz, MYND is rising out of the existing Galeria department store as a 134-metre high building. The tower uses the existing structures, adds further elements, creating a landmark that enhances its surroundings, and helps to define the new Berlin skyline.

With its generously sized glass façade, a workspace of around 38,000 m², hollow core ceilings up to three metres in height and environmentally compatible building materials, the high-rise office building is a prime example of modern construction. It is spacious, open and flexible, and eco-friendly to boot – just right for companies who want to break new ground.

“It was important to us to develop a contemporary yet simultaneously timeless ensemble.”

Jan Kleihues, Architect


Jan Kleihues is the architect behind MYND. He talks about his love for Alexanderplatz, the similarities between design and sustainability and the future of cities.

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Commencement of partial demolition for existing structure


Commencement of civil engineeringUrban planning contract signed and building permit granted


Commencement of building construction


Completion of tower