Residential Real Estate Blog


The perfect symbiosis of neighborhood charm, nature and vibrant city life

May 07, 2020

Berlin-Alt-Treptow is in the best of company: Along the southern banks of the Spree River, Alt-Treptow rubs shoulders with three of Berlin’s most sought-after and pulsating districts – Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain and Neukölln. Situated at the heart of this neighborhood triangle, Alt-Treptow has emerged as one of Berlin’s most popular residential districts. This is where vibrant city life and verdant idyll come together to form a perfect symbiosis.


At the intersection of history and innovation, where upscale meets urban

Apr 23, 2020

Penthouses Berlin-Mitte is set against an extraordinary backdrop. This is where the turbulence of the past meets the challenges of the present and an exciting vision of the future. What was once a no man’s land in the shadow of the Berlin Wall is today an upscale residential neighborhood, setting new standards of comfort and quality.


Where science and pleasure meet

Mar 16, 2020

Every continent (apart from Antarctica) has them: botanical gardens. In fact, there are 1,800 such gardens around the world, including 400 in Europe alone and 90 in Germany. In essence, botanical gardens serve a fairly simple dual purpose: they are “gardens for science and pleasure”.


Investment in new construction still pays off

Mar 02, 2020

Law on Rent Limitation in Housing in Berlin (MietenWoG Bln) is the somewhat unwieldy translation of the official title of the new law, more commonly referred to as the Berlin Rent Cap, which was passed by the Berlin Senate on January 30, 2020. The rent cap has made headlines across Germany – and worldwide. In fact, it was even the subject of a recent report in The New York Times. Whether the law will actually help relieve Berlin’s rental market is a subject of heated discussion.


The future of urban mobility

Feb 11, 2020

Constant traffic jams, the annoying search for parking spaces and aggressive drivers – not to mention damaging CO2 emissions – driving in the city is often no fun at all. So, alternatives are needed, not only to protect the environment, but also to improve the quality of life for city dwellers.