Humboldt-Insel Berlin

Berlin Tegel - Central and green

Situated in what is often referred to as the city’s ‘green lung’, you can reach Berlin’s city centre from the Humboldt- Insel in Berlin Tegel in only 20 minutes. And Berlin Brandenburg International Airport is approximately 35 minutes away. Excellent transport links via S-Bahn (S25), underground (U6) and many bus routes mean that Tegel has great transport links to the wider metropolitan area – running 24 hours a day with connections every 10 minutes.

The nearest underground station is only 5 minutes away, as is the A111 city ring road. An excellent range of shopping facilities right around the corner in the Karolinenstraße includes good super- markets, specialised individual retailers and the large shopping mall at the Borsigturm, providing everything you need for your daily life.

Berlin is one of the most happening cities in Europe today. Both trendy and trendse ing, Berlin o ers people of all lifestyles the ideal se ing in which to feel at home. Its many green parks and waterways, straddled by more bridges than in Venice, its avant-garde architecture, a legendary clubbing scene, diverse local neighbourhoods, rst-class art and cultural events – all this makes Berlin an exceptional place that ensures a superior quality of life.

100,000 people have moved to Berlin in the last three years alone. The city’s senate estimates that another 250,000 new Berliners will join them over the next 10 years. The increasing demand for new housing is a subject of almost daily debate in the media. This demand inevitably leads to rising prices in Berlin’s real estate market, especially in more central and waterside locations. Compared with other capital cities, however, Berlin has an exceptional growth potential.

Good locations in New York or Paris can command prices of up to 40,000 €/m2 or up to 20,000 €/m2 respectively, whereas Berlin still has considerable potential for growth and increases in real estate value. When Tegel Airport closes, the demand for desirable residential locations in the west of Berlin is set to rise. Today more and more people, who are actively shaping the city’s political, cultural and economic life, already have more than just a suitcase in Berlin.