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Neighborhood atmosphere, family friendliness and other advantages - in Berlin's Bötzowviertel in Prenzlauer Berg life is raging. Here, on the corner lot of Danziger Straße and Bötzowstraße, is a stylish old building from 1906 that invites you to invest. The tasteful apartment building impresses with a striking facade design in Art Nouveau style and consists of two side wings with four floors each and an undeveloped attic. Investors can choose between rented apartments and rented commercial units, which offer floor plan solutions for every taste with sizes ranging from approx. 32 to 163 sqm. The entrance doors of the residential and commercial units are truly unique and, thanks to original preserved wooden ornaments and framed glass, provide old building flair. It is enriched by wooden double-box windows typical of old buildings, which let a good portion of vitamin D into the respective rooms. A friendly bathtub provides for bathing fun by moonlight or candlelight, an openly designed kitchen area for culinary adventures. Each living unit has its certain something, be it a wooden floor in country style or the view of the neighborhood or the leafy courtyard from the balcony or loggia. All those who value a well-kept welcome when entering the building can breathe a sigh of relief: the staircases of the apartment building have been carefully refurbished and shine in new splendor. Elevators facilitate the ascent to the domiciles. If the decision is ultimately made in favor of one of the rented apartments or commercial units, one thing is clear: owning residential property in Prenzlauer Berg, one of the trendiest and liveliest locations in the capital, is an investment with a future.
Prenzlauer Berg has developed from an alternative neighborhood around the turn of the century into one of the trendiest quarters of the city and presents itself with an almost closed street scene of Gründerzeit old buildings with green inner courtyards and tree-lined streets. Lovingly designed city squares and green spaces give each quarter its very own neighbourly character. The most famous meeting place is the Mauerpark in the Gleimviertel, which attracts people from all over the world with its flea market and open-air music all year round. In the adjacent sports park, jogging fans make their rounds and the Max-Schmeling-Halle is known as an arena for concerts and sports events. The Kollwitz-Kiez area is more familiar and dignified. The weekly market on Saturday at the Kollwitz market is for most a fixed date in the calendar. Here you meet not only to buy fresh food, but also to taste or try on unusual fashion. The nearby Kulturbrauerei opens its doors day and night for a varied cultural and cinema programme. Dance studios, instrument makers, publishing houses and restaurants enliven the charming area. If you stroll on from here through the equally attractive Winsviertel, you reach the Bötzowviertel in the south with its picturesque Gründerzeit buildings. In the middle of the 19th century, the Schneider Brewery and the Swiss Garden with its theatre, coffee garden and beer garden ensured prosperity and exuberant amusements in the quarter. Today you will find upscale townhouses here. In the Bötzowviertel, one café follows another, in addition to high-quality designer shops and flower studios, there are exquisite second-hand shops or boutiques for the next generation. The oldest Volkspark in the city can be reached in one step across the district boundary: Volkspark Friedrichshain. For young and old explorers, in addition to the climbing wall and skater track in summer, the fairytale fountain and open-air cinema are popular destinations.
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