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  • Am Winterfeldt
    Berlin-Schöneberg
    Prices from € 290,400
The stars come out to shine in Schöneberg

The stars come out to shine in Schöneberg

Whether David Bowie, Kurt Tucholsky or Marlene Dietrich ¬– celebrities from the worlds of art, literature and politics have left their mark on almost every corner in Schöneberg. It was, after all, just in front of Schöneberg City Hall that John F. Kennedy spoke the immortal words 'Ich bin ein Berliner.' Today, this part of Berlin is known for its vibrant art and gallery scene along Potsdamer Straße, flourishing LGBT+ scene, imposing Wilhelminian neighborhoods, and fantastic shopping along and around Akazienstraße or in Europe’s most famous luxury department store, KaDeWe.

Highly desirable residential neighborhood

Highly desirable residential neighborhood

Schöneberg is home to attractive Wilhelminian architecture, beautiful parks and lively plazas. This is where life is at its most colorful and lifestyles are lived to the full. As a result, condominiums in Schöneberg are in very high demand. In terms of dining, Schöneberg also has cuisines from all over the world: Authentic Northern Italian pizza at Sironi, Vietnamese tapas at Mamas Banh or a fine snack at Schlüsseldienst. And the district’s best ice cream is available at Jones Ice Cream. There’s even a Turkish hammam steam bath to unwind in. Schöneberg is also a work and research location. At the EUREF Campus around the Schöneberg Gasometer, more than 3,500 people work, research and learn in more than 150 companies.

Apartments for sale in Schöneberg

Apartments for sale in Schöneberg

Schöneberg was originally a village, founded by German settlers in the first third of the 13th century. The village’s name was probably chosen to attract settlers – 'schön' is the German word for “beautiful.” That’s why there are lots of places with Schön, Licht, Grün or Sommer (beautiful, light, green and summer) in their names. Having grown steadily, Schöneberg became part of Greater Berlin in 1920. Today, life in Schöneberg is quiet, yet it can be vibrant and is always extremely central. Several subway lines extend from here to all parts of the city. Schöneberg even has its own subway line, the shortest in the city. Then there’s Südkreuz station, which offers connections to local, regional and long-distance rail services. Schöneberg is also within easy reach of Berlin’s City-West district and the world-famous Ku’damm boulevard. What’s more, Schöneberg is also home to some of Berlin’s most attractive condominiums, such as the new, upscale complex that is currently under construction near Winterfeldtplatz, which is famous for its atmospheric weekly market.