Berlin, Germany’s federal capital city, counts a population of 3.65 million. The reunified Berlin is young, wild, entrepreneurial, and avant-garde in the arts.
Its dynamic history has shaped the metropolis into a melting pot of artistic expression and a centre of architectural diversity. The standard of living is high, and purchasing power is rising.
As one of the most popular cities in Europe, inspirational Berlin attracts property purchasers and investors along with many other incomers. Demand for central lofts and luxury apartments has grown, with prices advantageous even today compared with other European cities. The city part in the previous East Berlin is one of the most expensive old city districts–the Brandenburg gate, the Opera, the Crown Prince Palace and the Alexanderplatz are all located here. The Prenzlauer Berg district is known for its well-maintained properties in historic buildings, its countless cafés, restaurants, and galleries. In classy Charlottenburg, you can wander down the Kurfürstendamm, the most famous shopping street in the old West, and enjoy Schloss Charlottenburg, whilst the trade quarter is popular for its modernistic buildings from the middle of the last century designed by architects such as Le Corbusier, Walter Gropius, Alvar Aalto, and Oscar Niemeyer. Buyers seeking luxury properties should also explore the green spaces near the Wannsee, Grunewald, and the bank area of the beautiful Havel.