Midstad Karlsruhe

After the dismantling of Karlsruhe's existing building, a new 7-storey mixed-use building is being built here in the centre of the city with a direct view of Karlsruhe Palace. The Midstad Haus is in a central location, optimally connected to public transport. Retail, office, co-working and dining combine to form a multifunctional ensemble. A communal terrace in the inner courtyard offers all tenants a green oasis for relaxing lunch breaks or company events. Thanks to its various uses, Midstad Karlsruhe will become a city centre attraction for a wide range of user groups. It also has a bicycle-friendly car park concept: more than 150 sheltered bicycle parking spaces and e-charging stations for e-bikes are available. In terms of sustainability, the goal is to achieve DGNB certification (gold) for the existing building and DGNB (platinum) for the new building. The building will be technologically fit for the future once it obtains Wired Score certification; pre-certification has already been obtained and platinum certification is being sought.

Key Facts

Lammstraße 4, Karlsruhe
Demolition of existing building: Q2 2023–Q1 2024
New construction: from Q2 2024–Q2 2026
Project type
Demolition + new construction
7 (basement level–5th floor)
Surface area
approx. 13,000 m² commercial rental space on 7 floors
DGNB platinum and DGNB gold targeted for the demolition
Special features
View of Karlsruhe Palace, excellent public transport connections, approx. 156 sheltered bicycle parking spaces in and around the building, charging stations for e-bikes
The Midstad Way
Café/bistro; in-house co-working facilities on the ground floor offer modern offices and conference rooms for tenants and external parties, for distraction-free work and workshops; communal terrace in the inner courtyard for all tenants in the property—a green oasis for relaxing lunch breaks and employee events
Available space in the property
There are currently plans for approx. 7,000 m² office space (divisible from approx. 300 m²)

Your contact person

Asset Management

Yasmine Amrabate

Head of Asset Management