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Real Estate Berlin-Mitte

Politics and art, actors and glitterati, star cooks and fast-food chains, designer labels and mass fashion, restored old buildings and modern architecture – Mitte unites many contrasts; it is the “melting pot” of the capital and at the same time the cradle of Berlin. Some remains of the old city wall still can still be found on the banks of the Spree in the Nikolaiviertel. Berlin and the smaller Cölln were once founded on oppposite banks of the river and mentioned for the first time in a document in 1237. Both cities quickly grew together. In 1307, the city was already called Berlin-Cölln.

You can feel the past when you take a stroll through the narrow alleys around St. Nicholas Church – and you get a pretty good sense for the historically important as well as urban and lively attitude towards life in the heart of Berlin. Because even if the past is always present in Mitte, this is also the place where trends emerge. Artists, people engaged in culture, and creative people are drawn here, to the heart of the city. Politicians shape Germany’s presence and future from here. Numerous countries have established their embassies here. And countless tourists day by day take strolls between Victory Column, Tierpark, Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Museum Island, Unter den Linden, Gendarmenmarkt, Hackescher Markt and the Television Tower on Alexanderplatz.

Tourists and locals relax in one of the numerous street cafés on the banks of the Spree or in green spaces such as the Monbijou Park or the Weinbergspark. Travel connections to the rest of the city are excellent: the east-west axes of the U-Bahn and the S-Bahn intersect at Bahnhof Friedrichstraße so that every district of Berlin can be reached quickly.

But the pulsating life also has its downsides: the many landmarks and government buildings leave little room for housing space and the existing residential property is expensive. This is the reason that most of the about 356,000 residents of the district Mitte do not live directly in the centre of the city, but in the adjoining quarters of Moabit, Gesundbrunnen, Wedding, Tiergarten and Hansaviertel. Housing is often still affordable there even if the continuing popularity of Mitte made the prices climb higher in the recent past. Especially artists, creative people and families of young academics move to the quarters directly bordering on Mitte and they fill them with new life and bring in new ideas. An upward spiral that will continue according to the experts: districts such as Wedding or Moabit are talked about as the future trend districts and are currently considered insider tips for real estate buyers.

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