This landmarked 1880s power station’s main claim to fame is its earlier use as a techno club. After the club closed in 1997, the building was completely refurbished by the Berlin architectural firm HSH. In 2005, the E-Werk was reopened as an urban center with offices, apartment buildings and event spaces. The vintage building was crowned with a modern roof garden, for a total of 27,000 sq. ft. of space available for events, concerts and receptions.