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Why buying in Neukölln?
An independent town until 1920, Neukölln has a distinct character. Located south of Kreuzberg and east of Tempelhof, this densely populated district is home to many nationalities and cultures. It is a common sight to find a traditional Turkish shop next to a new vegan restaurant or pop up art gallery. This district has seen the most changes in recent years, with an increasing number of redevelopments and new real estate – a perfect chance for those interested in real estate investments. The southern part of Hasenheide park, a long strip of Landwehrkanal channel, and the nearby Tempelhof airfield are recreational areas that perfectly reflect Neukölln’s spirit: unique, inviting and diverse.
Rental investment in Neukölln
A steadily growing market, with plenty of room for further redevelopments in the residential and commercial sector, makes Neukölln an ideal place for medium-term and long-term investment.
Buy to live in Neukölln
A perfect location for urban dwellers and creative people who are looking for an authentic multicultural atmosphere, great infrastructure, and plenty of recreational options. Prices are steadily growing, but still very attractive for international investors.
What makes Neukölln so attractive?
- A perfect mix between a familiar multicultural atmosphere and innovative urban life has made Neukölln one of the most popular districts in recent years. Hip bars and cafés, experimental restaurants and pop-up shops, and cool concerts and clubs are right around the corner in Neukölln. Attractive for a young alternative crowrd, this district is definitely the place to be in Berlin!
- 48 Stunden Neukölln: The two-day art festival takes place in June. Presented in museums, galleries and other venues throughout the district, 48 Stunden Neukölln presents a wide range of artistic positions and genres. The concerts, exhibitions, installations and projects presented give artists and local residents alike the chance to present their take on the neighborhood and its future.
- Schillerkiez: The area east of Tempelhofer Flugfeld houses wide residential streets with gorgeous turn-of-the century houses. The proximity to the wide open green of the former airfield, the charming laid-back atmosphere as well as an ideal connection to train and subway lines make this area one of the most sought-after in Neukölln.
- Reuterkiez: Once infamous for inner-city problems, this neighborhood – often referred to as ‘Kreuzkölln’ because of its proximity to Kreuzberg – is situated in the north of the district. Popular with young residents, particularly from other countries, this vibrant Kiez is the heart of entertainment and creativity in Neukölln.
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