Hub 27 opened

Largest hall offers “a little more Berlin”

Christiane Appel, m+a - Wednesday, September 4, 2019    

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© Messe Berlin / Volkmar Otto

Messe Berlin now has 27 event halls on its exhibition site under the Berlin Radio Tower. Hub27 Berlin is the name of the newest and, at 10,000 square metres, the largest hall on the trade fair grounds. The Governing Mayor of Berlin, Michael Müller, describes it as "a little more Berlin – to us and our visitors from around the world." According to Christian Göke, chief executive officer of Messe Berlin, the new building "provides the space urgently required in Berlin for large-scale congresses and other events that attract many thousands of participants." The use of mobile partitions makes it possible to create up to 10 rooms of different sizes. Added to this is an area measuring 5,000 square metres in the three-storey front section, which includes a separate foyer and 20 conference rooms. The central highlight is the 200 square-metre rooftop patio. The new building is located on the southern section of the exhibition grounds on Jafféstrasse, adjacent to the CityCube Berlin. Two covered passageways connecting Halls 1 and 25 complete the circuit of the grounds. The building can be reached on foot from the S-Bahn station Messe Süd.

 

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