More Than Just Real Estate: Buy A Piece of History

Does the idea of owning a home in Berlin appeal to you? Would you like to profit from the German capital’s well-deserved reputation as an attractive location to live and work and from the rising demand for residential properties across the city? We can help you to make your dream come true by buying a residential property at Strausberger Platz – where culture and  history meet to create a perfect balance of cosmopolitan ambience and unique local flair.

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Phase-Two Property Complex Now Released for Sale 

After the successful completion of last year’s initial phase with 60 residential units sold, the project is now entering into its second phase with the release of another 77 residential units and eight commercial units for sale at Strausberger Platz. This spectacular architectural ensemble in the heart of trendy Friedrichshain comprises buy-to-let residential units ranging in size from approx. 53 m2 (570 ft2) to approx. 99 m2 (1065 ft2).

Be inspired by a unique piece of 20th century history:

5 Reasons for Investing at Strausberger Platz

1. Central Location in an Ultra-trendy Historic District 

Own a property where the city’s heart is pulsing: the Strausberger Platz properties are located in the immediate vicinity of the unique venues and attractions of the vibrant Friedrichshain district as well as famous sights such as Brandenburg Gate and the TV Tower on Alexanderplatz.

2. Own a Piece of 20th Century History 

The past is more strongly present here at Strausberger Platz than anywhere else in Berlin. Impressive East German architecture meets the contemporary zeitgeist of the 21st century metropolis. Buying a property here will get you so much more: your very own piece of authentic 20th century history.

3. A Home Like No Other – Unique Architectural Style 

The buildings at Strausberger Platz are among a few remaining examples of a distinct style known as “wedding-cake architecture”. These splendid buildings are the work of the same architect who designed Karl-Marx-Allee and the TV Tower: Hermann Henselmann, who made a name for himself in the 1950’s and beyond with his extravagant designs.

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4. Extraordinarily Low Prices

Berlin’s property market is booming. Despite the German capital’s accelerated economic and cultural growth, prices are currently still very affordable compared to other major cities across Germany and worldwide.

5. Strong Demand for Residential Properties 

Berlin’s reputation as one of the most multifaceted cities in the world makes it an extremely attractive destination for visitors and new residents alike. The number of new arrivals and start-up companies is growing steadily. In recent years, the German capital has become a popular hotspot for the creative arts, with many architects, designers and fashion designers joining its vibrant business community.

Buy yourself a piece of 20th century East German history!

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