Prenzlauer Berg has more late 19th/early 20th century apartment buildings than almost any other district in Germany. Famous for its charming squares and streets lined with cafes, restaurants, bars, galleries and theaters, Prenzlauer Berg is a magnet for young families, enticed by the excellent infrastructure, amenities and family-friendly ambience. The typical weekly markets and high density of organic shops are also features that the district’s residents particularly appreciate.
Prenzlauer Berg’s main industries are retail, culture, hospitality and services. Gastronomy in particular has recorded above-average growth since Prenzlauer Berg emerged as one of Berlin’s most fashionable and upscale districts. Smaller, independent media companies, most with between one and three employees, are also flourishing here. Moreover, the district’s attractive streets are lined with galleries and shops run by local artists and designers.
Demand for pre-war condominiums in Prenzlauer Berg is particularly strong. Our portfolio includes a range of properties that have been renovated with painstaking attention to detail while preserving original stylistic elements to achieve the perfect balance between historical charm and modern comfort. Brick walls, red sisal carpets and ornate wood doors lend these condominiums a distinctive and sophisticated charm. Other highlights include large roof terraces, loggias, balconies, underfloor heating and landscaped courtyards.