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Berlin-Wedding: iconic, up-and-coming, charming. Being an integral part of the capital for centuries, one cannot imagine a Berlin without it today, much like the doner kebab or the curry sausage. Here in the central location of the district, at Osloer Straße 114, stands the five-story residential complex with a front building and side wing dating from 1910. Three staircases lead to the total of 26 apartments for sale, which are spread over four floors. The front building is reached via two separate staircases, in which many beautiful stucco elements as well as original wooden railings, house and apartment doors are still preserved. The small inner courtyard with bicycle storage facilities leads to the equally tasteful staircase of the side wing. Here, generously cut 1- to 5-room apartments with sizes ranging from approx. 34 to 136 sqm are waiting for new owners. The apartments in the front building have balconies or oriels with large windows that let a lot of light into the spacious rooms. The old building character of the apartments is underlined by high ceilings as well as wooden coffered doors and partly original preserved floorboards . The hot water supply as well as the heating is provided by light heating oil. The front building and courtyard facades were refurbished in 2018 with a bright color scheme, and the front garden and courtyard were redesigned with lighting, bicycle racks and terraces. The stairwells were modernized and equipped with new mailboxes. The majority of the residential units are rented. For those who want to fulfill their dream of owning their own home, there are seven refurbished vacant apartments to choose from for owner-occupancy. Osloer Strasse 114 is located between the Osloer Strasse subway station and the Bornholmer Strasse S-Bahn station, the former border crossing between West and East Berlin. It is not only the multicultural character and charm that make the location stand out. For capital investors and those looking to invest, the asking prices for apartments in particular speak a future-oriented language: In the past 10-year period, the average asking price in Wedding rose by 253.00%* - and the tendency is still on the rise.
At first glance, the Berlin district of Wedding seems to be a place of contrasts, but at second sight, they come together to form a colorful mosaic. And the word "colorful" could not apply better to it as one of the liveliest, cultural neighborhoods in Berlin. A diverse mix of stores from various supermarkets to greengrocers to Turkish bakeries and various cafes and snack bars illustrate the diverse mix of residents. In addition to the Gesundbrunnen Center with more than 100 stores, there are small fashion studios or a bookstore with a café as a cultural meeting place in the side streets. The leisure opportunities are as varied as the gastronomic and business offerings: from gyms and swimming pools to the Labyrinth children's museum and a family library to cultural highlights in the Uferstudios or the Alhambra cinema, there is something for everyone in Wedding. Almost everything can be found in the immediate vicinity and is easy to reach on foot or by streetcar, bus and subway. Almost inconspicuously, the little river Panke runs through the neighborhood on foot from Osloer Straße and invites you to go for a walk or jog along its banks with foot and bike paths. Just a little further away, the nearby Volkspark Humboldthain offers hours of green space in the middle of the city or, during the warmer months, you can enjoy the sun in the summer pool there. From the observation tower in the park you have a magnificent view over the city. Wedding - the northernmost part of Berlin Mitte and in the direct neighborhood of the trendy Prenzlauer Berg district - is one of Berlin's up-and-coming neighborhoods. Young people in particular are drawn here because of its ideal location and cultural coexistence. As a former traditional working-class district, with large modernist housing estates in the west and north and in part a lot of greenery, the district is currently undergoing a real structural change. The industrial district is gradually developing into a future location for science and technology. One example of the transformation is the former Tegel Airport, which is becoming the "Urban Tech Republic," a campus for urban technologies including an industrial park and with space for thousands of employees, students, companies and apartments. The proximity to the clinic campus of the Charité, the Beuth University of Applied Sciences with around 12,500 students, and the many planned new construction projects also give Wedding a valuable character with enormous potential for the future.
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