The German capital is booming. Berlin is not only one of the most attractive and stable real estate markets for national and international large-scale investors, but also highly interesting for private investors. At least when the concept is right and, in addition to the location, attractive services and communal areas boost the quality of life even further. The capital’s high quality of life, its diversity and its openness attract people from all over the world, while the economy’s unabated dynamism and growth are creating the best opportunities to remain here in the long term.
Berlin’s economic growth regularly outstrips that of the rest of the country. The capital city manages the balancing act between its industrial past and a digital future. As well as global players like Siemens, Deutsche Bahn, AEG and Bayer, representatives of the new economy have settled in the particularly dynamic eastern part of the city, with Zalando in Friedrichshain and Rocket Internet in Kreuzberg. The digital economy is one of the strongest-growing industries in Berlin and the city’s start-up scene attracts talents from all corners of the globe. And against this backdrop, DAX companies are paving the way for their digital future. Good prospects for almost every new real estate project – and the best prospects for CARTE BLANCHE.
Charlottenburg is the former centre of the old West Berlin. Here you can still sense the former grandeur that dates back many years. Frederick I. chose Charlottenburg as his official home. Later, more and more affluent residents settled in the district, making Charlottenburg, which was still a town in its own right back then, the richest in Prussia. A wealth that is also reflected in the architecture, visible in the numerous magnificent historical buildings.
Today Charlottenburg is one of the most sought-after districts in Berlin. The rent prices, especially in conjunction with compact apartment sizes, are stable at a high level and residents are never very far away from nature thanks to the close-by Grunewald forest and the large Tiergarten park. Ku’damm, one of the most well-known shopping boulevards in the world, runs through the neighbourhood, a popular spot for tourists and locals alike. Undeterred by the hustle and bustle, a quieter atmosphere can be found in the side streets lined with magnificent buildings. With their culinary diversity, countless restaurants around Kantstrasse and Savignyplatz attract foodies in their droves. It is this mix of coolness and pulsating city life that makes up the unique charm of Charlottenburg.