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Construction & Development


Since 2014, the Spreepark site has once again been owned by the state of Berlin. The development of the Spreepark of the future began in 2016. The start of the redevelopment of the "Lost Place" marked the beginning of a four-year participation process in which thousands of citizens contributed their ideas and suggestions for the Spreepark.

At the same time, planning was driven forward in an iterative process and individual preparatory construction measures were started. In December 2023, the renovation of the Eierhäuschen was completed, which since March 2024 has brought together the restaurant and the Spreepark Art Space with its art and exhibition programme and artist residencies under one roof. The main construction work in the park itself has now also begun.


  • Completion and opening of the Spreepark of the Future


  • 2024: Opening of Eierhäuschen - Restaurant and Spreepark Art Space
  • Realisation of main construction measures


  • Finalisation of B-plan procedure
  • Opening of jetty
  • Completion of renovation of egg house
  • Preparatory measures in the future park


  • Pre-certification in platinum from the DGNB German Sustainable Building Council
  • Start of interim use of Mero-Halle in the Spreepark laboratory
  • Start of construction of jetty


  • Start Renovation of the Ferris wheel
  • Repair of Mero-Halle
  • Presentation of plans for the outdoor facilities & civil engineering structures in the Spreepark
  • Start of construction work open-air around the Eierhäuschen
  • Start of construction Pionierweg/Wasserweg


  • Conclusion of public participation
  • Start of media development
  • Start of trial operation in the "Labor Spreepark"


  • Start of renovation of Eierhäuschen
  • Start second phase public participation
  • Start object planning
  • Start ecological planning and construction supervision as well as sustainability conception
  • Start economic feasibility study
  • Feasibility study for traffic development


  • Presentation framework planning
  • Start environmental education workshops


  • Arsenic damage remediation
  • Inventory building


  • State-owned Grün Berlin GmbH takes over the development of the Spreepark
  • Establishment of traffic safety of publicly accessible areas
  • Ecological and technical inventory of the area
  • Start removal of contaminated sites
  • Start of first phase public participation
  • Start planning
  • Start guided tours


  • The State of Berlin buys back the heritable building right for the Spreepark