Some find it obvious to live in the biggest German city, Berlin, while for others it’s a constant place of longing. No other metropolis had so many changes to suffer as Berlin, glorious episodes changed with darker. It didn’t matter though as people from all around the world got attracted, either for a visit or to live in the city.
A glance at the statistics would reveal a long list of different nations, that characterize the culture and lifestyle of the capital and the influx is yet unbroken. Alone in 2016, Berlin counted 60.500 more residents. Once you arrived at Spree, you’ll rather tend to stay than to leave. The special feature encounters at every walk through the city.
Creative metropolis with green oases
As diverse as the residents are, as diverse are the twelve districts of the city. The green and bourgeois Steglitz-Zehlendorf, the colorful and creative Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg or the historically representative Mitte – everyone finds a fitting district.
Besides of the cultural variety Berlin attracts to be one of the European capitals with the biggest amount of green- and leisure areas, which means around 2 500 public gardens and parks supported by huge water areas in the city or the environs. Through a dense public transport system every destination in Berlin is fast and easy reachable, no matter if this means an excursion into the greenery or to one of the cultural highlights of the city itself. 3 Opera houses, around 150 theaters, 180 museums and 440 galleries – just to name a few.
Growing economic location
The creative industry is besides tourism one of the most important industries. Moreover bio-technology, pharmaceutical industry and IT- and communication-technology characterize the economic output of Berlin. As renowned university- and research-location the city attracts more and more specialists into the region.
The never-ending influx to Berlin, the economic upswing compared with a steadily decreasing number of unemployment and the heavily good infrastructure determine the real estate market and take care of high demand for living space, especially in sought-after inner-city districts. The high rise of average costs per square meter is obvious – it rose by 9.6 percent during the last year. Living in Berlin is comparably affordable, even if rent- and purchase prices adapt to other European metropolises.
If you think about the purchase of a condo in this highly-demanded city, you take care of a worth-steady and sustainable investment for your future. Profit now from the dynamics of this lovely city.