Gree(n)tings from the Marheineke Markthalle in Berlin Kreuzberg!
“World of Pleasure”: Following the motto “Experience Freshness”, our mosses now also provide a fresh breeze in Kreuzberg! Two CityBreeze increase the air quality and thus the quality of stay on the food court and serve as an alternative ventilation system.
Inside the Marheineke Markthalle, it is “as lively as in the neighborhood”, according to visitBerlin: On around 3,000 square meters, “meat, cheese, milk, bread, fish, juices, fruits, vegetables, and flowers are offered. The stands offer regional organic products as well as international delicacies. Hunger can be satisfied on-site at many snack bars, cozy cafes, or in the Matzbach restaurant”. In addition, “high-profile art exhibitions” and the radio station multicult.fm make the Marheineke Markthalle of the Berliner Großmarkt GmbH “also a cultural experience”!
Thus, the Marheineke Markthalle “belongs to Kreuzberg like the TV tower belongs to Alexanderplatz”, according to Visit Berlin.
…and it has been that way since 1892! The “Market Hall XI, also known as Marheineke Hall due to its location on Marheinekeplatz, is one of the formerly 14 Municipal Market Halls in Berlin, which were built in the late 19th century in the districts of Berlin”. At that time, “the ‘covered marketplace’ was a novelty whose amenities” traders and customers “quickly learned to appreciate”.
This now also applies to the fresh and clean air thanks to the smart moss filters, the truly green advertising on the screens and the included benches in the midst of the forest air oasis.