A Residence and Home in Neukölln
Neukölln is also one of the most fascinating boroughs of Berlin. With many of the world's cultures interacting closely here, it reflects the diversity of the German capital. Northern Neukölln is one of the most densely settled sub-districts of the city. Right in the heart of its big city ambience, in a setting of attractive Belle Époque buildings, lies Silbersteinstrasse. Everything Berlin has to offer in terms of culture you will find somewhere close – from theatre to cinema, from concert venue to art gallery. Non-discretionary retailers, including pharmacies and pet supplies, are located right in the neighbourhood.
But green areas for outdoor recreation are just as close. Numerous parks large and small are perfect for breathing freely, not least among them the vast former airport grounds of Tempelhofer Feld. Other green areas nearby include the grassy banks of the Spree River at Plänterwald and Treptower Park as well as the rolling parklands of Volkspark Hasenheide. The latter is great for amateur sports while also featuring an animal enclosure and an open-air cinema in the summertime. The floral splendour of Britzer Garden farther south is complemented by many small oases like Körnerpark just about anywhere you turn.
Access to public transportation is also close at hand, as the nearby “Hermannstrasse” rapid transit and underground station offers quick service connections to any destination in the city. Less than five minutes of walking will take you to the circle line and other rapid transit lines. The same station is also the terminal of the U8 underground line toward Alexanderplatz downtown. Several bus stops in the area around Silbersteinstrasse complete the picture. The U8 underground line will also take you to the “Gesundbrunnen” regional railway station, while the rapid transit system offers fast commutes to both airports – Schönefeld on the southern edge of town and Tegel in the north. The accessibility of this location is simply superb.
Neukölln is one of the youngest boroughs of Berlin and has a high share of children. The urban north end of Neukölln appeals mainly to students, artists and young entrepreneurs, whereas the quiet southern part attracts young families. Both factors have ensured the continuous growth of the borough's population. Buying a condominium in Neukölln is therefore an excellent investment, rich in capital appreciation potential.