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Which Berlin districts are the best for renting out an apartment because there is a high demand? We present you the most popular districts in Berlin.

Every month hundreds of international business people, artists, relocators, professionals and world travelers come to Berlin to settle here – for longer or shorter periods of time. The main reason: Berlin is a creative city known for its culture, business opportunities and a relaxed, multicultural lifestyle. There are many newcomers to Berlin looking for either short-term or long-term rentals. For property owners, Berlin is therefore a great place to rent out their property, especially furnished apartments.

Since Berlin is a diverse city, we will inform you about the best areas of Berlin to rent an apartment, as well as the main aspects of living in Berlin.

The Mitte district is probably the first destination of all new Berliners. Berlin Mitte thrives on contrasts and contradictions that give rise to creative symbioses. The city’s most famous historical sites are located here, such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Bundestag, the Federal Chancellery, Potsdamer Platz, and Museum Island, all within walking distance. The cityscape is characterized by monumental buildings and monuments. The central location with numerous parks and green spaces as well as the good public transport connections make Berlin-Mitte an attractive residential and business location.

Charlottenburg is a chic and diverse neighborhood in the former west of Berlin, where magnificent old buildings dominate the cityscape. The Kurfürstendamm and its side streets with in the Art Nouveau houses are among the most noble addresses that Berlin has to offer.

Between Kurfürstendamm and Charlottenburg Palace you will find renovated and magnificent apartments. The Westend is one of the most prestigious residential areas of Berlin. In the former workers’ housing estate Siemensstadt, the idea of urban apartment buildings was realized by modern architects.

Prenzlauer Berg
Many young professionals and well-situated families live in Prenzlauer Berg. Numerous small, special cafés, organic food stores, cool pubs, clubs, restaurants, bars, galleries, theaters as well as children’s stores, playgrounds and child-friendly places invite people of all ages to linger. Charming restaurants and independent boutiques are located in the restored old buildings near Kollwitzplatz and Helmholtzplatz. The popular Sunday flea market in Mauerpark attracts artists and street musicians. The Kulturbrauerei, a huge former brewery complex, now houses stores and music clubs.

Today, Friedrichshain is one of the most attractive residential areas in Berlin. Numerous stores, restaurants, cafés and cultural events offer Kiez residents and visitors the opportunity to spend relaxing or exciting evenings – depending on their preferences, but always with class.

Friedrichshain is known for its party scene and the graffiti wall in the East Side Gallery. Boxhagener Platz is surrounded by numerous boutiques and hipster pubs and attracts an international crowd. Especially popular with young families is Volkspark Friedrichshain in the north of the district. The Oberbaum Bridge over the Spree River connects Friedrichshain with the Kreuzberg district.

The district of Kreuzberg is inhabited by young people and artists as well as many people with a Turkish background. Around Kottbusser Tor there are many Turkish restaurants, while the original Bergmannkiez is known for second-hand stores, cozy cafes and Victoria Park. The alternative neighborhood near Görlitzer Park offers street art, casual bars, and snacks at Markthalle 9, and the Landwehrkanal has shaded paths for walking and biking.

On the border with Kreuzberg is Neukölln. It is the colorful mix that makes Neukölln so special: Neukölln is lively and full of contrasts. It is a district with many faces: single-family homes on the southern edge of the city, high-rise housing in Gropiusstadt and multicultural flair.

As a multicultural neighborhood, Wedding stretches across various residential areas and parks. The extensive 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 cafés in the lively Brüsseler Viertel attract artists and families alike.

How can you successfully rent out your property?
Renting out a property profitably can be time-consuming and nerve-wracking. Hope Apartments manages apartments in all districts of Berlin at the highest quality level. It brings owners a stable income and frees you from many worries related to apartment or house management and finding reliable tenants. You can find more about Hope Apartments’ exclusive service for owners here.


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