The Moabit neighborhood is located in north-central Berlin and is actually a subdivision of the Mitte district and officially belongs to it. The borders of Moabit are defined by three main waterways: the Spree River, the Westhafen Canal and the Spandau Canal. With the dramatic increase in prices in the recent years in Mitte, residents of the area have begun migrating to Moabit which is now considered the “next Neukölln”.
The development of the governmental district and the transfer of some governmental offices to this area are also accelerating the development of the neighborhood, with glittering projects of new construction such as the prestigious Euro-City project. The proximity to the Charlottenburg neighborhood is also a significant advantage and contributes to the development of the region and the rise in real estate prices.
In the neighborhood there are educational institutions such as the Technical University of Berlin, the Technological College of Sciences, the University of the Arts and more. This is a fairly green neighborhood, with many parks, with the largest and most famous being the Tiergarden (considered the largest park in Berlin) and the Fritz-Schloss Park. The area is very well developed in terms of public transport, and in addition to the many buses operating in the neighborhood, you will also find the U9 subway line and the S-Bahn (“ring”) ring lines. Adeka Center, Friedrichstraße and the Hauptbanhof train station are close to the residential area.