The new-build construction of a high-end residential block comprises of14 houses and a green sanctuary in the inner courtyard. The housing complex combines 182 flats on an area of 14,780 sqm.
- Site area: 14,780 sqm
- Garden area: 3,700 sqm
- Dwelling floor area, house A: 1,462.41 sqm
- Number of Aptartments. : 18
- Dwelling floor area, house B : 980.37 sqm
- Number of Apts. : 11
- Number of residential units, total : 29
- Dwelling floor area, total : 2,442.78 sqm
- Number of underground parking spots : 10
- Hand-over: ready to move-in
The KURFÜRSTEN GARTEN project is located in the Tiergarten district of the trendy borough of Mitte. Living here means to be home to the city’s heartland – between the prestigious KaDeWe department store and Berlin’s most famous square, Potsdamer Platz.
The central residential location boasts of excellent public transportation links. The nearby underground stops “Nollendorfplatz” (served by subway lines U1, U2, U3, and U4) and “Kurfürstenstrasse” (U1 and U3) offer service connections to the rest of the city, putting the zoo, Potsdamer Platz and Alexanderplatz within easy reach.
At the same time, there are plenty of green areas in the vicinity that lend themselves to sporting activities as much as to leisurely picnics. The Landwehrkanal with its grassy banks, the parklands(or landscapes) of the famous Tiergarten— are often considered Berlin’s equivalent to New York City’s “Central Park”—and the Gleisdreieck Park from where cycle lanes extend all the way into the suburbs, are all less than a kilometer away.
Downtown West Berlin with its high-street boulevard Kurfürstendamm is close at hand, while a 10-minute underground ride will take you to Friedrichstrasse, East Berlin’s prime high-street pitch. Several underground lines and a number of bus lines provide public transport connectivity in every direction. You don’t have to go far for cultural and leisure attractions because there are plenty on hand right outside your door.
Just 500 metres away lies the time-honoured Varieté Wintergarten which has amused crowds for more than a hundred years. Another venue within walking distance is Berlin’s Philharmonic Hall, which hosts the most renowned soloists from all over the world. Your walk to the concert hall will also take you past the New National Gallery and the Gemäldegalerie, the museum of old masters, all of which are part of the Kulturforum cluster of cultural institutions."