Planning, implementation & management

The Grün Berlin group works on distinguished open space planning projects that are of urban development or urban policy interest beyond the Berlin region or require interdisciplinary management involving various administrative bodies. We plan, develop and implement mainly open space projects that are of national significance and enhance Berlin’s appeal as a capital city offering a wide range of cultural, tourism and services options.

Project database

Tempelhofer Feld

Park
Current

This former airfield is one of the world’s biggest inner-city open spaces and has been open to everyone since 2010. The Tempelhofer Feld’s future development is in the hands of Berliners.

Botanischer Volkspark Blankenfelde-Pankow (Blankenfelde Botanical Park)

Park
Current

This park is becoming increasingly popular as a venue for teaching, learning and recreation and a place to experience nature and gardening. The Fugmann Janotta firm (Berlin) has developed comprehensive measures for the part of the park in Blankenfelde.

Natur-Park Südgelände

Park
Current

Starting in 2016, this listed historic building ensemble including the Lokhalle (locomotive hall) and water tower in the Südgelände Nature Park will be sustainably restored and renovated for new future uses.

Soviet war memorial in Treptow

Memorial
Current

The main element of Berlin’s largest Soviet war memorial is a mausoleum with a 11.6-metre high bronze statue of a Soviet soldier carrying a German child he has saved.

Soviet war memorial in Schönholz

Memorial
Current

Berlin's newest Soviet war memorial was built from 1947 to 1949. Grün Berlin GmbH has been responsible for maintenance and high-quality development of the war memorial since 2008.

Soviet war memorial in Tiergarten

Memorial
Current

Berlin’s oldest Soviet monument is near the Brandenburg Gate in the heart of the capital. The Red Army had the complex built immediately at the end of the Second World War.

Park auf dem Nordbahnhof

Park
 

The Park auf dem Nordbahnhof lies on the border between the suburbs of Wedding and Mitte. Here what was once a five-hectare strip of land along the Berlin Wall has been transformed into a natural, award-winning urban park.

Monbijoupark

Park
 

Monbijou Park is right on the River Spree opposite the Museum Island. Together with the Lustgarten it provides a green setting for the museum complex in Berlin’s historic Mitte district.

Park auf dem Moabiter Werder and Spreeuferweg

Park
 

The connecting element in the Moabiter Werder park is the Spreeuferweg, which offers appealing views of the Siegessäule, Schloss Bellevue and Kanzleramt

Park auf dem Bundespräsidenten-Dreieck

Park
 

Opposite Schloss Bellevue, the official residence of Germany’s Federal President, a 2-hectare public park was built between the River Spree, an S-Bahn viaduct and Paulstrasse in 2001.

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