In the south-east of Berlin in the direct vicinity to the Wuhlheide in Köpenick, is the Wuhlheide Innovation Park (IPW) located. Since its inception in 1990 as one of the first economic initiatives in the new states of a reunited Germany, it has grown steadily. The park already offers space to work on innovation to 200 firms over its 32 ha. As an alternative to rent, the State of Berlin offers technology-oriented companies the opportunities for leasehold purchase here.
Only a few kilometers away , near the campus of the University of Technology and Economics (HTW) in Schöneweide, you´ll find the Technology and start-up Centre TGS Spreeknie.Both sites – with their focus on environmental and energy technology, biotechnology and medical technology, optoelectronics and information technology – offer optimal, science-based infrastructure.
Flexible rental terms are offered, at both IPW’s park-like setting and in TGS’s urban environment, for offices, workshops, laboratories and production areas, beginning with options as small as single 20 m² rooms. Companies benefit from various opportunities for cooperation and synergy and have access to tailored services in the areas of corporate and entrepreneurial consulting, marketing and general services.
ManagementCarola Reiblich (IPW)
Andreas Wilhelm (TGS)
Year of establishment1990
EmployeesApproximately 2,000 employees in 250 companies
Business activityR&D: environmental and energy technology,
biotechnology & medical technology, optoelectronics & IT; company support on site; consulting, coaching and networking; leasing of offices, production, storage and laboratory space, as well as meeting rooms and