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Lichtenberg
Living on the waterfront in the booming district

Real Estate Lichtenberg

Year after year they come from Africa and raise their young here: Berlin’s only three stork’s nests can be found in the Nature Protection Stations of Malchow and Falkenberg. And more and more people also move to the large district in the eastern part of Berlin with a size of 5,500 hectare: Lichtenberg is booming.

The new popularity does not come by chance: the district borders on the trendy quarters of Prenzlauer Berg and Friedrichshain – and offers a lot of green space and attractive waterfront locations. Therefore, Lichtenberg mainly draws young people and families who are rewarded with affordable living space and a high quality of living.

Lichtenberg’s ten quarters reach from the Berlin Spree to the fields of Brandenburg and offer residential environments for every taste, from big city life to rural idyll. People can make their homes in tradition-rich old buildings or in excellently renovated GDR prefab buildings, but also in newly built modern complexes, villa colonies or neat areas with single-family homes. Recreational possibilities are also available: Besides numerous nature reserves and parks, people will find the spacious Friedrichsfelde zoo, the equestrian sports park Karlshorst and the largest German Ikea store here. Lichtenberg also supports four libraries and three music colleges. For some years, the district has been investing heavily in the infrastructure. Instead of funding cuts, the current budget draft calls for financial aid for schools, playgrounds, the 21 youth centres, cultural facilities, libraries and park maintenance.

This commitment also brings investors to the scene: the construction of 2,223 new apartments was approved in 2014 alone. And many of the Gründerzeit buildings in Alt-Lichtenberg, Alt-Friedrichsfelde, Alt-Hohenschönhausen and Victoriastadt have been renovated in the recent past. And the large prefab building complexes that can be found everywhere from Hohenschönhausen to Fennpfuhl and Lichtenberg to Friedrichsfelde have also been renovated by their owner HOWOGE GmbH. Since 2012, the municipal housing association has also been turning many of the dull looking prefab buildings into colourful pieces of art: artists paint the facades for the project LOA Berlin (Lichtenberg Open Art) and thus create a unique open-air gallery that winds across the entire district.

But Lichtenberg is also going strong apart from the old and prefab buildings. An attractive residential quarter is currently being developed at the banks of Rummelsburger Bucht, mainly with apartment buildings and town houses, often with their own jetty right at the door. The villa colony in Karlshorst, the “Dahlem of the East”, has always been popular. A lot of construction and renovation is going everywhere. And a new town centre with shopping facilities is also being developed.

The three historic villages Malchow, Wartenberg and Falkenberg in the northern part of the district have remained true to their roots however. They offer a lot of green space and two attractive local recreation areas with the Malchower See and the Gehrensee lakes. This way, people looking for peace and quietness can live here at the city limits in an almost rural idyll – and thanks to the excellent travel connections they can be quickly back in the city centre.

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