Every month hundreds of international artists, businesspeople, relocators, professionals and world travelers come to Berlin to settle down here. The main reason for this is that Berlin is a creative city known for its culture, business opportunities, as well as a relaxed multicultural way of life. There are many newcomers in Berlin, who either are looking for short time, or for long time rentals. Therefore, for real estate owners, Berlin is a great place to rent out their property, especially furnished apartments.
Owing to the fact that there is a diverse urban landscape in Berlin, we’ll tell you about the best areas of Berlin to rent out an apartment and the main features of living there.
The Mitte district is probably the first destination of every New Berliner. Berlin Mitte lives through contrasts and contradictions that allow creative symbioses to emerge. This is where the city's most famous historic sites, such as Potsdamer Platz and the Museum Island with the outstanding museum complexes, come together and can be explored on foot.
The cityscape is characterized by monumental buildings such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Berlin Cathedral and the Federal Chancellery. The central location with its numerous parks and green spaces as well as the good connection to the public transport and the airport Tegel make Berlin-Mitte an attractive residential and business location.
Wedding is a multicultural district that stretches across various residential areas and parks. The spacious Volkspark Rehberge and the smaller Schillerpark are popular with joggers and families for picnics. In the southwest, the small outdoor pool Plötzensee offers a beach. The cozy restaurants and cafes in the lively Brussels neighborhood attract artists and families alike.
Charlottenburg is a fancy and diverse area of Berlin, where magnificent old buildings dominate the cityscape. The Kurfürstendamm and its side streets with those in the Art Nouveau buildings are among the classiest addresses that Berlin has to offer.
Between Kurfürstendamm and Schloss Charlottenburg you will find renovated and splendid dwellings. The Westend district is one of the most prestigious residential areas of Berlin. In the former workers' settlement of Siemensstadt the idea of urban multi-family houses was realized by modern architects.
In the district you can go out well, live quietly and relax in the nature. Due to its central location, it is easy to get to the rest of Berlin, especially to the west - the infrastructure is very good. Its inhabitants are just as varied as their district: there is a colorful juxtaposition of different cultures and ways of life. There should be something for everyone here. The huge department store of the West, also called KaDeWe, attracts shoppers as well as gourmets.
It is the colorful mixture that makes Neukölln so special. Neukölln is lively and full of contrasts. A district with many faces: one-family houses on the southern edge of the city, high-rise housing estate in the Gropiusstadt and multicultural flair on the border to Kreuzberg.
The Kreuzberg district is inhabited by young people and artists and also has a large Turkish community. There are many Turkish restaurants around the Kottbusser Tor, while the original Bergmannkiez is known for second-hand shops, cozy cafés and the landscaped Victoria Park. The alternative area near Görlitzer Park offers street art, casual bars and food stalls in Markthalle Nine. The Landwehrkanal disposes of shady paths for walking, cycling and slow walking.
Today, Friedrichshain is one of the most attractive residential areas in Berlin. Countless shops, restaurants, cafes and cultural events give residents and visitors the opportunity to spend relaxing or exciting evenings, depending on their preferences and on a good level.
The Boxhagener Platz is surrounded by the independent boutiques and informal pubs and attracts an international audience. The Volkspark Friedrichshain at the northern point of the district is particularly popular with young families. The Oberbaum Bridge spans the Spree and connects Friedrichshain with the district of Kreuzberg. Friedrichshain is known for its party scene and graffiti wall at the East Side Gallery.
In Prenzlauer Berg live young professionals and wealthy families, so there are numerous cafés, pubs, clubs, restaurants, bars, galleries, theaters, as well as children’s shops, playgrounds and child-friendly cafes. In the restored old buildings near the Kollwitzplatz and the Helmholtzplatz there are charmante restaurants and independent boutiques. The popular Sunday flea market in the Mauerpark attracts artistic people and street musicians. The KulturBrauerei, a huge former brewery complex, now houses shops and music clubs.
How to successfully rent out your property?
Renting out the property isn’t easy. Therefore, Hope Apartments manages apartments at top quality level in these prominent areas of Berlin. It brings an essential income to an owner and releases him/her from many worries regarding apartment or house management as well as searching for reliable tenants. Check out our website to learn more about service exclusively for owners.
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