Making Your Home in a Central Location! – Condominiums for Owners-Occupiers in Berlin-Mitte
Berlin’s central borough of Mitte is like none other, impressively presenting Berlin as open-minded metropolis and highlighting its turbulent history. At its very centre, the former city palace of the Prussian kings was recently rebuilt, intended for use by the general public.
But you will find art collections and exhibitions in fascinating, often unusual architectural structures everywhere in Mitte. The spectacular refurbished Neue Museum on Museum Island presents the famous bust of Nefertiti, Queen of Egypt. At the Gesundbrunnen underground stop, the deepest underground station in Berlin, a gloomy mezzanine floor seven metres tall was turned into a bizarre showroom, Berliner Unterwelten.
Mitte is not only the geographic centre of Berlin, but also its cultural and historic heartland. Since the formerly independent borough became one of three districts merged into the new eponymous borough, its heterogeneity has intensified because the other two districts—Tiergarten and Wedding—are just as distinct. Here, the cultural avant-garde interacts with neighbourhood creative networks, and you will come across projects in temporary venues and in collaboration with some of the city’s major theatres, such as Berliner Ensemble, Deutsches Theater and Komische Oper. Museum Island is one of the cultural showpieces of Berlin, being home to Alte Nationalgalerie, Pergamonmuseum, Altes Museum, Bode-Museum and Neues Museum. But there is more to art in Mitte than its grand venues. On Auguststrasse alone, there are 28 galleries that quickly made the street one of the most appreciated gallery clusters in the city. Among the ones well-known beyond the city limits are “Kunst-Werke Berlin – KW Institute for Contemporary Art” and the exhibition space “me Collectors Room Berlin / Stiftung Olbricht.”
The rich urban landscape of Mitte is equally defined by artists, night hawks, young professionals, start-ups and government employees.
Classy Period Building! Condominiums for Owner-Occupiers in Berlin-Mitte
Who would not want to live here? Among the most compelling features of this classy period building on Torstrasse are its handsomely designed façade with its preserved original period elements. Its amazing features include the restored arched windows and wooden double-cased windows. Some of the flats in the front building come with balconies or oriel windows filled with light.
At the same time, the sheer size of the building is impressive. It consists of a front building, two side buildings and two back buildings, accessed via six separate entranceways and two inner courtyards. The five floors of the front building divide into five commercial units along with flats of 1 to 3 bedrooms and of around 40 to 106 square metres in residential floor area. The flats are particularly well-proportioned and bright in character because of their ceiling heights of up to 3.70 metres and their large divided windows. The period building charm is highlighted by the mostly preserved and overhauled wooden floors, which take the form of panel parquetry, fishbone parquetry or board flooring.
The combination of a perfect location and period building charm ensure that this special multi-unit dwelling on Torstrasse will make a neat home for singles, couples and families. Make your dream of having your own four walls come true in Berlin-Mitte. We will gladly advise you.