Event Kitchen
Panel Talks
Flying Dinner
Business Meetings

Welcome to our headquarters for meetings, work and events in the heart of Berlin.

Linienstraße 86, 10119 Berlin

Prestigious event kitchen

Welcome to Linienstraße 86, the perfect place to take your events to the next level. Discover our event space, fully equipped with state-of-the-art kitchen technology including an induction hob, steam cooker, teppanyaki grill, oven and much more. The event space can be reached via direct elevator access and includes an adjoining roof terrace with a view over Berlin, which can be used until 9 pm.

Current offers

Seated Dinner
Up to 20 persons
Panel Talk
Up to 30 people
Flying Dinner
Up to 50 people


Induction hob
Steam cooker
Teriyaki grill
Large dining tables
High tables
Large screen
Air conditioning
Mike Clemens
Office Manager

Interested in our location? Book 15 minutes with our office manager Mike now!

Partner Events:

Fully equipped office spaces

Welcome to Bridgemaker, right in the vibrant heart of Berlin. Take advantage of state-of-the-art equipment and a prestigious ambience in a historic building with a large roof terrace, surrounded by a lively startup scene, innovative partners such as VC firms and Bridgemaker itself. Shared community areas and events create a dynamic environment in which we can exchange ideas and utilize synergies.

Current offers

Size on request


Fully automatic coffee machine
Meeting rooms
Roof terrace
Community Area
Mike Clemens
Office Manager

Interested in one of our offices? Book 15 minutes with our Office Manager Mike now!

Linienstraße 86, 10119 Berlin

The existing building at Torstraße 146 is located in the Berlin district of Mitte / Spandauer Vorstadt and was built in 1884 according to plans by the architect Ernst Schmid as a Jewish hospital in conventional solid construction with brick exterior and interior walls, solid and wooden beam ceilings and a wooden roof truss. It was rebuilt in 1908 and 1909 according to the plans of architect Max Fraenkel.
The building was later used as an office and administration building for the Deutsche Reichsbahn for an unknown period of time until the early 1990s. Since then it has stood empty.
The house combines old and new in an extraordinary way. Both parts retain their own charm and create a new one.
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