The CityCube Berlin is an exhibition hall of Messe Berlin . The building is located on the corner of Jaffstrae / Messedamm in the Berlin district of Westend , in the immediate vicinity of the entrance south of the exhibition center . With around 12,000 m of space, the CityCube Berlin replaces the use of the International Congress Center (ICC) and covers the steadily growing space requirements of its own leading trade fairs such as IFA , Fruit Logistica , InnoTrans , ITB and Grne Woche . The groundbreaking ceremony took place in July 2012, the opening was scheduled for March 2014 and finally took place on May 5, 2014.  With the demolition of the Deutschlandhalle the new building should have cost around 83 million euros.  
Equipment The building consists of two levels each with 6,015 m: The pillar-free hall in the upper level with up to twelve meters in height can accommodate up to 5000 people and can be used for large plenary halls, exhibitions, concerts or caterings, while in the lower level Flexible partition walls can be used to create up to eight conference rooms for between 400 and 3,000 people and / or exhibition space. In addition, there are eight additional conference rooms with flexible partitions for 50 to 300 people each, as well as 47 other smaller rooms. The hall has direct connections to the conference rooms in the exhibition hall 7 as well as to the exhibition halls 2 and 4 as additional exhibition space. The CityCube has a connection to the S-Bahn station Messe SdS-Bahn network  as well as to the bus line 349 of the BVG.