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Why buying property in Moabit and Tiergarten?
Tiergarten and Moabit – these two central districts encompass the spirit of modern day Berlin. Tiergarten not only houses the city’s largest park, but is also home to Germany’s government. Numerous ministries, agencies, and international embassies are located in this representational, well-established part of Berlin. Moabit, on the other hand, houses industrial complexes and Berlin’s largest harbor. While the south already boasts a charming residential neighborhood, the northern parts of Moabit still have untapped potential. Proximity to the main train station and Tegel airport, as well as numerous train and subway lines keep both districts very well connected
Rental investment in Tiergarten and Moabit
While Tiergarten offers a high standard of well-developed real estate catering to government employees and embassy members, Moabit is a great opportunity for those eager to invest in up-and-coming neighborhoods.
Buy to live in Moabit and Tiergarten
Here you can find attractive residential areas for people working in government, embassies and businesses. Whether in the more polished new developments south of Tiergarten park, or in more traditional and multicultural neighborhoods in Moabit, there is an appealing option for every taste!
What makes Moabit and Tiergarten so attractive?
For those seeking a truly metropolitan life, both Moabit and Tiergarten offer attractive residential options. The large green Tierpark offers relief from busy city life, while cultural attractions are plenty on Potsdamer Platz. Multicultural neighborhoods with untapped potential await in northern parts of Moabit, while the southern corner of the district offers a laid-back, family-friendly residential area.
This small neighborhood wedged between Moabit and Tiergarten was almost completely destroyed in World War II. After the war, it was re-built in a housing estate project featuring architectural stars such as Alvar Aalto, Oscar Niemeyer and Walter Gropius. The entire ensemble has been declared a historic monument.
In the south of Moabit, along the banks of the Spree, there is a beautiful neighborhood with gorgeous turn of the century buildings and family-friendly infrastructure. Close to several governmental institutions, embassies, and the main train station, Alt-Moabit is a sophisticated neighborhood best suited for families.
The traffic hub and representational center of early 20th century Berlin, Potsdamer Platz was obliterated during World War II. During the Cold War, the former heart of the city became a wasteland and thus a symbol for divided Germany. Between 1990 and 2001, Potsdamer Platz was re-built from scratch and became the epitome for unified, modern day Germany. Boasting a plethora of intriguing architecture, today’s Potsdamer Platz is a commercial and cultural center, attracting masses of locals and tourists.
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