A beautiful and impressive 6-story Altbau building, including ground and rooftop floor. The complex consists of a front building and two side buildings. The inner backyard has a garden and bicycle racks for the residents of the building. From the apartments, one has a wonderful view of Hasenheide Park and St. John’s Church, one of the most impressive churches in Berlin.
Towards the end of 2018, the facade of the building is planned to be re-painted. The building is located in one of the main roads in the heart of lively Neukölln, a young and trendy area, with a variety of boutiques, galleries, excellent restaurants, and bustling bars. Next to the building, you will find the Hasenheide Park, one of the largest and greenest parks in the city with its large lawn areas, ancient trees, open-air cinema, a miniature golf course, and even a small zoo for the little ones. The stunning Landwehr Canal is also a short walking distance from the building. As for public transportation, you find many busses operating in this area, and also the nearby Südstern underground station (U7).
Neukölln, located in south-west Berlin, was once considered a working-class district. Today, however, it has a colorful, mixed population of artists, fashion, and design experts alongside immigrants, students, and young families from all over Europe. Today, Neukölln is one of the trendiest and main neighborhoods that is rapidly developing. Neukölln borders Kreuzberg in the north, Treptow, and Tempelhof in the west and Brandenburg in the south. Neukölln is the largest neighborhood in the city and offers a wide range of residential areas. From densely populated areas with a diverse multicultural population in the north to suburban and green areas in the south. The neighborhood is well connected to all parts of the city by means of subway and S-train (S-Bahn) lines.
The recent influx of young intellectuals, artists, and musicians to the region has developed the cultural scene of Neukölln, which offers authentic cuisine and home-made delicacies on one hand and vegan or vegetarian meals in trendy new restaurants on the other hand. Even an article in the New York Times, highly recommended the Neukölln bars as its favorite entertainment scene in Berlin. Recently, the European Council has named Neukölln to be one of the largest cultural communities in Europe.