Your Next Home: A Condominium in Tiergarten
To live at Flotowstrasse 1 means having your residence and home both downtown and in the vicinity of a park. Flotowstrasse is a quiet residential street of mixed architectural styles that include Belle Époque houses and modern buildings of today. Trees line the street and small front gardens create a cosy atmosphere right in the inner city. From the north end of Flotowstrasse, it is a walk of mere minutes to the green riverside promenade along the Spree, perfect for leisurely strolls.
The modern new building on Flotowstrasse is part of the Hansaviertel quarter on the north-west boundary of Tiergarten district. The “Tiergarten” rapid-transit station that is frequented by four lines with connecting service in all directions lies within easy walking distance. The railway tracks still run on top of the historic viaduct whose brick arches host bespoke restaurants and unique antique stores that are popular among locals and tourists.
Berlin-Tiergarten borders on the sub-district of Moabit in this north, on the districts of Mitte and Kreuzberg in the East and on Schöneberg and Wilmersdorf in the south. Charlottenburg on its western boundary is easy to reach via the extension of the avenue Strasse des 17. Juni which bisects the district of Tiergarten and is well known for its public viewing area on the so-called “Fan Mile” during World Cup tournaments. The River Spree meanders along the northern district boundary, past landmark buildings and places, such as the “House of the Cultures of the World,” the Chancellery and its Garden, and Spreebogen Park.
A Condominium in Tiergarten: Green Sanctuary in the Heart of the City
The Victory Column at Grosser Stern is circled by busy car traffic, but walking away from it in any direction will quickly take you into the quiet woodlands of Grosser Tiergarten. This, the most scenic landscape park in the city, covers roughly half of the district. Formerly a game reserve, this inner-city oasis was turned into a people’s park modelled on English precedents by Peter Joseph Lenné during the mid-nineteenth century. Today, it is a great favourite among nature lovers and amateur athletes who come here for extended walks and runs or simply to spend some quiet hours picnicking or lounging on the shore of Neuer See.
At its southern end, where the diplomatic quarter is located, the district is traversed by Landwehrkanal. Classy period buildings overlook the tree-lined banks of the canal while cafés and restaurants of various sorts give you plenty of options for dining or hanging out with friends. Having your life and residence in Berlin-Tiergarten means to be home in a district that is as richly diversified as it is small.