Fox Cube II Lichtenberg
MICRO LIVING - MACRO PROFIT!
10315 Berlin
120 Units
1 - 3 Rooms
29 - 79 m²
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Fox Cube II Lichtenberg

MICRO LIVING - MACRO PROFIT!
With rising prices per square meter in urban centers, the demand for affordable living space is also growing – whether it’s compact apartments or a room in a shared apartment. Those who take up this trend
and design it for tomorrow are making a smart investment.
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Highlights

  • commission-free
  • 11-story new apartment building
  • KfW-55 promoted
  • communal roof terrace with approx. 46 m²
  • 118 residential units, partly barrier-free
  • all with terraces or balconies
  • very efficient floor plans
  • high quality fitted kitchen included in the price
  • spacious bathrooms with floor-level shower
  • underfloor heating
  • spacious elevator

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The object

Whether in Berlin, Hamburg or Munich, the trend toward reducing living to the essentials is omnipresent. So why pay high rents when sophisticated floor plans and property concepts offer everything you
need for comfortable living in a small space? Reduce costs, live efficiently – that’s the motto. With rising prices per square meter in urban centers, the demand for affordable living space is also growing – be it compact apartments or a room in a shared apartment. Those who take up this trend and design it for tomorrow are investing in a smart way. Profitable investing can be so simple. If the offer is now rounded off with a service package that takes care of all the time-consuming administrative tasks thanks to selected external partners, then the moment is ripe to take action.
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The location

Housing in Berlin has become scarce, especially in inner-city locations. Rents in the hip districts such as Friedrichshain districts such as Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg and Neukölln have risen so sharply
that students, city hoppers, consultants and young professionals are now extending their search for housing to districts that were previously considered unremarkable. Lichtenberg, in the city’s up-and-coming east, is a prime example of this trend. In 2007, 251,000 people still lived in the entire district. By the end of 2016, there were already 283,121*. And the trend is upward. Like everywhere else in Berlin, but particularly striking here. One reason, among others, for numerous project developers to invest in Lichtenberg. They have discovered the potential of the district, which is characterized by Wilhelminian-style buildings, simple housing estates, single-family homes and commercial areas. For urban youngsters in particular, areas of the city where upheaval and new beginnings can be felt are the perfect perfect starting point for experiencing Berlin, whether for a short or longer period of time. The prerequisite is an optimal transport connection to the city’s hot spots as well as a living concept that focuses on the essentials. All this is offered by the FOX CUBE.
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  • Located in Berlin-Lichtenberg at the landscape park Herzberge
  • Approx. 140 m to Landscape Park Herzberge
  • Approx. 1 min walk to streetcar station Allee der Kosmonauten/Rhinstr. (16, 27, 37, M 4, M 5, M 6, M 8, M 10, M 17 )
  • Supermarkets (Aldi, Lidl, Edeka) max. 2 km away
  • 13 min by streetcar to Tierpark Berlin
  • 15 min to S-Bahn station Springfuhl (S7, S75)
  • approx. 20 min by public transport to Ostbahnhof
  • 20- 25 min by bike to Weißer See and Rummelsburger See
  • 30 min to Alexanderplatz and main station