Business Center Oldenburg i.H.
The business center Oldenburg i.H. is located between Hamburg and Copenhagen directly at the A1 motorway and within walking distance to the train station in Oldenburg i.H. for local and long distance German rail services. Oldenburg i.H., the regional center in the northern district of Ostholstein, is easily reached from Fehmarn, Heiligenhafen and Grömitz as well as from the provincial capital Kiel and the Hanseatic city of Lübeck. With the ferry connection between Puttgarden and Rødby a fast connection to Denmark and Scandinavia is guaranteed. Sufficient parking spaces are available for individual travelers at the premises of the Oldenburg i.H. business center.
The business center Oldenburg i.H. offers more than 2,216 sqm of rentable space with excellent facilities. Toilets and a pantry kitchens as well as a high-performance fiber-optic broadband connection are part of the standard offering.
Depending on individual requirements, commercial halls and office units can be offered as follows:
- The floor layout of 9 heatable commercial halls vary between 63 to 260 sqm.
- The basic price per square meter currently stands at 6.00 Euro excluding running costs.
- All halls are individually accessible but can be combined in some cases too.
- High-voltage connections are in place.
- Adequately sized roller-shutter doors enable easy access.
- Equipped with your own personal office space and a representative entrance for your company from the street.
- The 32 light and quiet office units come in sizes from 16 to 55 sqm.
- The basic price per square meter currently stands at 8.00 Euro excluding running costs.
- There are 2 conference and seminar rooms and 1 forum for shared use, e.g. for larger conferences, training and product presentations, if needed.
- Some of the units have a balcony.
Available rental property
Green power From solar energy
Since the initial start-up of the Business Center Oldenburg i.H. 2001 the photovoltaic system on the roof of the building has been feeding green electricity into the local power network every year. In terms of our electricity use we can therefore reduce relevant running costs by approx. 14% while promoting an increased use of renewable energy at the same time.