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Why buying in Schöneberg?
Ideally located between Kreuzberg, Wilmersdorf and Tiergarten, this district offers both laidback residential areas and exciting urban life. There are plenty of green areas such as the Park am Gleisdreieck, Heinrich von Lassen Park and nearby Tiergarten. Restaurants, bars, shops, and entertainment are also easily found in this sophisticated, open-minded, and lively district.
Rental investment in Schöneberg
Real estate in Schöneberg is a safe long-term investment thanks to its ideal infrastructure and high living standard. The old building stock here is generally very well-maintained and attractive for both local and foreign renters.
Buying to live in Schöneberg
Gorgeous, high quality old buildings, great shopping, wining & dining, and a relaxed, tolerant atmosphere – who wouldn’t want to live in Schöneberg? With stable prices, investing in this district is a good choice for those seeking secure long-term investment and a beautiful new home.
What makes Schöneberg so attractive?
Before the Wall came down, Schöneberg was the cool older sister of rambunctious Kreuzberg. It was the place to be for artists, students, journalists, and other creative types. Furthermore, Schöneberg has always been a haven for the LGBT community, with gay establishments that opened as early as the 1920s. This mix of creativity and tolerance continues to live on. Nowadays, the residents are more established and life has become a bit more settled. Weekly markets, laidback cafés, and restaurants from all over the world create an attractive and comfortable atmosphere.
The lower end of West Berlin’s famous shopping mile Kurfürstendamm, Wittenbergplatz houses the legendary department store KDW. High fashion retail, small luxury boutiques, and numerous businesses are found in this sophisticated, cosmopolitan neighborhood.
This part of Schöneberg is the heart of the district’s alternative and multicultural life. A weekly market on Winterfeldtplatz, numerous international restaurants, and the lively LGBT community around Motzstraße make the Kiez around Nollendorfplatz one of the most interesting and fun places in Berlin.
Situated in the south of Schöneberg, this neighborhood is best known for its quaint residential atmosphere. Small, narrow streets with lots of green patches and a high number of historical buildings: This neighborhood is a perfect place for families.
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