Jakob-Kaiser Haus counts among Berlin's most recently erected buildings and is a symbol of the dynamic renaissance of the city's architecture. Along with Paul-Löbe Haus and Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders Haus, the building was part of a huge project approved in 1993 in perspective of the reunification of East and West Berlin East. Completed in 2001, it is home to 2000 offices hosting staff members and parliamentary employees. It was named after Jakob Kaiser, an active resistant against Hitler's rise, founder of the CDU party and early advocate of the reunification. Admire this piece of architecture while walking among the new complex of federal buildings located alongside the Spree river on Dorotheenstrasse.
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: Unter den Linden