Commercial building at 36 Wall, Wuppertal this Wuppertal address has a long history and it is now home to a modern office building which forms a link between the centre of the district of Elberfeld and the major projects of "Döppersberg" and "Oligsmühle" in Wuppertal.

In early 2012 Landmarken AG acquired the well-known former department store "Koch am Wall" in the Elberfeld district of Wuppertal, with the intention of revitalising this historic location and repositioning it in the market.

As the principal tenant, Rinke Treuhand GmbH was secured as a long-term partner. They moved in at the start of 2016. Santander Bank and BARMER GEK rent further spaces. Up to 1,500 m2 of rental area remain available for commercial use and up to 2,000 m2 for office use. The building offers flexible division options.

On 5 July 2016 the building was officially opened with a celebration including the symbolic handover of the keys to the new tenants. "We always aim for positive feedback from the new users in our developments," said Jens Kreiterling during the handing over of the keys. "Today we have achieved this objective!" Indeed, there was much praise for the high quality of the modern commercial building.

Now that all of the construction site fencing has been removed, the modern seven-storey office building forms "an architectural highlight, the new gateway to Elberfeld's town centre," as project manager Sven Bayer put it.