Architecturally, Kreuzberg boasts numerous beautiful Gründerzeit buildings. The well-preserved building fabric and the low number of new construction projects in Kreuzberg explain the high demand for existing flats, especially in the idyllic Graefekiez around Urbanstraße.
For it is precisely there, where Berlin’s fractures still exist, that the desire is great to still be allowed to participate in them. This also explains the unbroken influx of new residents, especially Britons, French and Spaniards.
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In the two entrances, the visitor is already greeted by large-scale marble and recessed mirrors. Hand-carved banisters and doors lead into the flats, which convey a special sense of space thanks to their high ceilings. There are two commercial units on the ground floor. The 24 apartments are distributed over floors 1 to 5. The attic was retrofitted and comprises four spacious apartments.