Residential building Lindenhof
Between 1918 and 1921 the "Lindenhof" was one of the most famous settlements in Berlin in the 1920s. Today, this pioneer settlement of the "GeWoSüd" housing association is a listed building with a model character. In 2007, work began on modernising part of the Lindenhof housing estate to make it more energy-efficient. 51 apartments in the existing building were renovated according to the wishes of the residents, in addition 21 new attic apartments with a maisonette character were created. The insulation of the exterior walls and basement ceilings as well as the installation of new windows reduced the annual heating requirement by around 62 percent. The Berliner Energieagentur operates three combined heat and power (CHP) plants in Lindenhof with a total output of 104 kWel and 215 kWth. A block-type thermal power station with 20 kWel and 47 kWth is located in a "glass heating centre" at Eythstraße 41 and can be seen from the outside.
Eythstraße 41, 12105 Berlin