Start exploring the district from your new condominium in Berlin-Tiergarten – there is so much to discover: Stroll through the zoo, go shopping at Potsdamer Platz, take in the arts at Kulturforum, or just promenade through the parklands of Tiergarten. The district is home to both the government district in the Spreebogen river bend west of the Brandenburg Gate and the diplomatic quarter south of the park. The Hansaviertel quarter boasts a number of architectonic post-war landmark buildings, whereas the colourful Moabit district parades Berlin’s diversity in miniature.
Investing in a condominium in Berlin-Tiergarten is in any case a paying proposition. The fact that this is one of the most central boroughs in Berlin implies a high appreciation potential. Rent rates in the southern part of Tiergarten area substantially higher than the citywide average anyway, and the areas north of the Central Railway Station show a clear upward trend. While the sub-district of Moabit remains quite affordable for the time being, more and more people are becoming aware of the its modernised historic apartment buildings and charming flair.
Tiergarten offers urban ambience and tranquillity at the same time because the residential quarters of the district are grouped around the green oasis of the Tiergarten park. The Hamburger Bahnhof museum of contemporary art, the Theater am Potsdamer Platz, the Haus der Kulturen der Welt convention centre, and the Kulturfabrik Moabit event venue are just some of the choices typical of the district’s rich cultural diversity.