CityCube Berlin

CityCube Berlin – a vision becomes reality

One of the capital’s most important building projects is complete: the CityCube Berlin, a multifunctional venue for trade fairs, conferences and events which Messe Berlin is building to take on the hard-fought markets of the future. Due to the ever-increasing demand for space by its own leading trade fairs (IFA, Fruit Logistica, InnoTrans, ITB, IGW) and refurbishment work at the ICC Berlin, which has necessitated its closure, this project was of great importance to the company and the entire Berlin/Brandenburg region. The foundations were laid in July 2012 and in May 2014 enthusiastic visitors were able to attend the first major events at the CityCube Berlin. In this case the frequently over-used term “multi-functional“ fits the bill: with two main floors, flexible wall partitioning, numerous conference rooms and the southern section of the exhibition grounds nearby, this venue provides the perfect setting for every imaginable event.

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CityCube Berlin - all facts:

  • Entrance Level with registration and cloakroom areas
  • Two main hall levels measuring 6,015 sqm per level
  • Flexible conference walls on the lower level for up to eight conference halls for between 400 and 3,000 delegates each and/or exhibition space
  • Column-free upper level hall for exhibition, events, catering or plenaries for 5,000 delegates
  • Eight further flexible conference rooms for 50 to 330 delegates each
  • 30 offices, suites and smaller meeting rooms
  • Adjacent to existing exhibition and conference halls, to allow for expansion of events and unlimited exhibition space
  • Linked to local public transport network
  • CityCube data
  • Gross cubic capacity: approx. 321,000 m³
  • Net surface area: approx. 33,000 m²
  • Useable floor space: approx. 22,000 m²
  • Exhibition space: 12,030 m²
  • Lobbies: 4,765 m²
  • Meeting rooms: 47