This residential building on the corner of Boxhagener Strasse 102-103 and Kreutziger Strasse occupies an excellent, central location in the popular Boxhagener Kiez neighbourhood. The façade stands out with its new and modern colour scheme. The upper six floors are painted in white, creating a pleasant contrast to the slate colour of the ground floor. The steadily progressing upgrades of the 2- to 5-bedroom flats both indoors and outdoors deliver a high-end residential accommodation and a keen sense of liveability. The selection of dwelling sizes ranges from around 68 to 127 square metres of residential floor area, accommodating diverse lifestyles. The engaging overall impression continues inside the building: The entrance doors and stairwells were also decorated according to a harmonious colour scheme. On the ground floor, a new flush-mounted mail box system was moreover installed, along with new stair railings. In addition to these features and the well-kept condition of the property, the long-term appeal of the condominiums here on Boxhagener Strasse is ensured by the disability-friendly access that the lifts provide. Installed in each of the staircases, the lifts were fully upgraded and include new floors and wall linings as well as ceiling cladding complete with lighting fixtures. Find your condominium with the convenient Accentro App and choose from a large variety of locations in Berlin! Now available on the App Store. ACCENTRO App for iOS https://goo.gl/KvMJTa and for Android https://goo.gl/ACqL6H
Welcome to Friedrichshain – the pacesetter for trends, creativity and change in the German capital. Originally a working-class and industrial district, it has since become one of Berlin’s most attractive residential locations. Today, it is a preferred residential area for families, prospering creative media professionals, start-ups and everyone who appreciates the exciting mix of residential well-being, liveability and authentic neighbourhood flair. And Friedrichshain continues to boom: Roughly 2,000 new arrivals make their homes in Friedrichshain every year. Thus, Friedrichshain has a faster growth rate than Kreuzberg, the borough’s other district across the river which has merely grown at an annual rate of around 600 residents lately. Located right in the middle of things is the address Boxhagener Strasse 102-103. Living here means to benefit from the advantages of perfect transport links, a broad spectrum of local amenities, numerous cafés but also plenty of greenery within the urban environment. One of the main luxuries of this site are the short distances to everything, be it the organic supermarket, the baker, the nearest park, the playground or the crèche. In addition to cultural options, the vicinity also includes nice places for taking breaks outdoors, such as the green areas of Traveplatz and Boxhagener Platz itself. Indeed, the sprawling expanse of this grassy square with the moniker "Boxi" is a great place for relaxing and lingering on a bench among trees, shrubs and lawn. On Saturdays, a street market sets up here that offers a cornucopia of fresh produce and delicacies of every kind, as well as fresh meat, fish, and flowers. Youngsters get to run wild on the exciting adventure playground. Every Sunday, the square hosts a flea market that is always worth visiting so as to browse through household items, books, art and junk as well as design and fashion.
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