Consists of a 5-storey front building with a side wing and a courtyard building house. As part of the project, the entire common area will be completely refurbished. The front house will enjoy a newly constructed elevator. The roof spaces will be turned into attractive penthouses. An extra floor will be added to the side wing and the front building. Altogether, 24 apartments will be available. Each unit will consist of 1 to 3 bedrooms of 30 to 150 m². Each apartment will have either a balcony or terrace. For details please see the building description.
About half the units will be newly refurbished. The remainder will be sold “as is”, giving the potential buyer the opportunity to personalize the redesign of the flats. A design concept, including building permission and skilled craftsmen recommendations, will be included in the latter option. The diversity of the units, quality of the renovation, option for personalization, and appeal of the location make this a very attractive investment.
Berlin-Moabit is part of Berlin’s Tiergarten district, located right next to the city centre.
The area has many faces, filled as it is with people from diverse cultural backgrounds. It has developed itself into a residential area favoured by Berliner citizens and artists.
There is a lot to discover in the district, including an exciting restaurant and bar culture, a variety of interesting shops, waterways and parks.
The area is dominated by beautifully refurbished historical buildings from the turn of the last century, alternating between post-war architecture and industrial complexes.
Buying a property here gives you the chance to become part of an exciting journey, which promises to turn Moabit into the next trendy urban district of Berlin.
This places is in line to become what Kreuzberg, Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg were ten years ago.
The property is located in Rostocker Strasse 17. The street is quiet, and lies within walking distance to public transport, including the S-Bahn station Beusselstraße and the U-Bahn line 9. The motor way and the central railway station can be reached within 5-10 minutes. Various universities such as the Beuth University of Applied Sciences, the Technical University and the Charité University Hospital are also easily accessible.
Everyday essentials are readily available at the local organic market, and nearby streets are lined with shops. The historical Markethall Arminius is also a local institution. The area has exciting restaurants, bars and a vibrant new art scene. For sport and relaxation there are footpaths along the river Spree and its canal, as well as various parks and green spaces such as Otto Park or the Tiergarten, Europe’s largest city park.
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