Dreischeibenhaus provides 35,000 sq ft. (376,736 sq.ft) of upgraded state-of-the-art office space in the heart of Düsseldorf’s CBD. This high-rise building, former headquarter of Thyssen Krupp, is already a unique heritage landmark and famous throughout Germany. Designed by internationally-renowned HPP Architects, the completed refurbishment is in compliance with LEED Gold Standard Green Building Criteria. Particular highlights are the facade, an impressive two-story entrance lobby, spectacular roof terraces and sustainable engineering. Prior to completion, the building has been already fully let to prominent tenants, such as Roland Berger, A.T. Kearney, Allen & Overy, Gleiss Lutz, Latham & Watkins and Jones Lang LaSalle.
The tower has undergone a full refurbishment. A new twin-shell energy efficient glass and aluminium facade has been installed, with manually opening windows. The building management systems and services have been completely redesigned, and the interior fittings now offer premium office space with high-quality equipment and materials. New and fully flexible layouts have lead to an efficiency level of above 90 %, an outstanding KPI. Particular focus has been put on the impressive two-story lobby and grand driveway. There are now spectacular rooftop terraces with panoramic views. The on-site underground parking garage is directly accessible from the municipal tunnel system.
Dreischeibenhaus is one of the most renowned and most distinctive towers in Germany, of enduring quality. The adjustments to the listed facade have been made with great care and principle changes within the building and a complete technical refit begin a new life for this outstanding icon of post-war modernism. By maintaining the timeless elegance of the heritage building, while featuring state-of-the-art amenities down to the last details, Dreischeibenhaus has been become a success story and object of desire for some of the most prominent office tenants.