Berlin: the perfect combination of fast-paced metropolitan life and homely neighborhood charm. Whether Prenzlauer Berg and its numerous cafés and galleries, Mitte’s elegant government district and Museum Island, or the vibrant shopping malls and high streets of Steglitz – in Berlin, every district has its own unique charm. The German capital also boasts the kind of richly diverse dining and cultural scenes you won’t find anywhere else in Germany. And, if you ever want to escape the hustle and bustle of the big city, you won’t have to travel far – the sparking waters of Lake Wannsee and the mature forests of Grunewald provide a welcome taste of nature and recreation and are incredibly easy to reach. In fact, you’re never far from nature, especially as almost a third of the city area is covered by green spaces and water
Berlin has become a major attraction – and not just for its landscape or vibrant cultural and culinary scenes. Germany’s capital is also in the economic fast lane: Berlin has the highest number of start-ups in Germany and the workforce is growing steadily. Berlin’s start-up scene has been attracting envious glances far beyond the country’s borders for years now. And the city’s medical technology and pharmaceutical industries are also going from strength to strength and now employ almost 25,000 people. As a major political center with the seat of government and numerous ministries and embassies, the city attracts workers from all over the world. For several years, Berlin has been experiencing above-average population growth thanks to a significant influx of new residents. As a result, demand for condominiums in Berlin has never been higher.
For both owner-occupiers and investors, we have a wide range of high-quality condominiums with attractive floor plans across the Berlin metropolitan area. From centrally located and highly-profitable micro-apartments to spacious penthouses with stunning views over the city, we have the right property for your needs.
The prices of condominiums in Berlin are rising steadily and the scarcity of living space is a key market driver. According to supply and demand forecasts, Berlin will be short of around 194,000 apartments by 2030. What’s more, Berlin is especially attractive by international comparison: For the last few years, the city has consistently topped the consulting firm PwC’s ranking of the overall investment and development prospects of Europe’s cities.