Flughafen Tempelhof

Tempelhof Projekt GmbH, Columbiadamm 10 (A2), 12101 Berlin
  • 80 companies
  • 2,000 employees
  • 300,000 sqm

Artistic, cultural and creative district in the making

Tempelhof Airport is Europe’s largest historic monument, with the curve of the building stretching 1.2km. This colossal but unfinished building has many stories to tell, mirroring the turbulent history of Berlin.

Today, Tempelhof Airport has multiple uses as both an event-location and workspace for over 2,000 people (around 80 companies are located on site). In addition, large areas are being developed, paying close attention to heritage protection.

The building is gradually being redeveloped into a lively city quarter; a place for experimentation, art, culture, creative industries and public use. In 2021, the former air traffic control tower will be opened to the public. In 2023, the open-air History Gallery will open, offering views over Tempelhofer Feld. In the meantime, the CHECK-IN visitor center offers tourists a place to explore the history of the building and discover plans for the future development.