Modern Flats for Owner-Occupied Use in Tiergarten
Most people associate the name “Tiergarten” with the parklands of “Grosser Tiergarten,” an amazing landscape park extending over 210 hectares of greenery—the green heart of Berlin. On top of that, sections of Berlin-Tiergarten are part of the government district, and the diplomatic quarter is home to no less than 33 embassies. Much more important for anyone seeking to buy a condominium in this centrally located district, however, is probably the fact that Tiergarten also has 66 preschools, 25 schools, 18 museums and a public swimming pool.
But what makes Tiergarten particularly nice place to live in is its balanced blend of residential quarters, green areas and public squares. Architectural diversity defines the popular district as much as its well-developed infrastructure and the easy accessibility to the public transportation system. Since the campus of Berlin’s University of Technology is also located in Tiergarten, the streetscape of the district is characterised by young people, making it vibrant and cosmopolitan. Tiergarten radiates its special charm especially during the summer months when the riverside promenade of the Spree and the canal banks along Landwehrkanal fill with people who enjoy being out of doors. Great places for getting together are the Café am Neuen See inside the park or the Schleusenkrug pub near the zoo and the well-known flea market on Strasse des 17. Juni.
If you are considering buying a condominium in Tiergarten, the attractive new building on the corner of Flotowstrasse and Bachstrasse might well be the perfect choice for you to settle in a premium location of Berlin.
New-Build Condominiums for Owner-Occupancy in Tiergarten
The multi-unit dwelling divides into condominiums of 2 to 4 bedrooms on footprints of 64 to 95 square metres of residential floor area, all of which were comprehensively redeveloped in 2016/2017. Large window expanses admit plenty of light into the flats with their bespoke layouts. Many of the flats have conservatories that lend an open and bright character to the interiors. Other apartments come with a balcony. All of the flats feature tub-equipped bathrooms and separate kitchens, some having extra guest WCs and storage rooms as well. Located right in front of the residential building are proprietary parking spots that are secured by a barrier and reserved for the building’s residents as private parking spaces.
The housing estate in the Hansaviertel block of Tiergarten was built in 1984 and stands out with its conspicuous architecture. Façades and stairwells were brightened up with a welcoming new colour scheme. The modern multi-unit dwelling is grouped around an inner courtyard with old-growth trees and planted edges.