New build attic apartments in the center of Berlin, heart of Neukölln
You are closer to heaven and have a grand view of the city. And you get to enjoy upscale liveability, here in the heart of Neukölln. Hermannstrasse 56/57 awaits you with 14 recently developed attic flats whose excellent specification will surely thrill you. Take classy bathrooms, modern parquetry flooring or underfloor heating with room-by-room controls – the interior meets all expectations.Time-tested building fabric going with the times: The development attics at Hermannstrasse 56/57 combine old and new elements in harmonious symbiosis. While solar modules and greened roof surfaces reflect today's technological state of the art, the original ensemble of buildings was already raised around 1900. It consists of a front-, back- and side-building. Following their careful refurbishment, the richly detailed sculptures and plaster ornaments on the façade present themselves in regained splendour. In the staircases, precious original elements such as wooden handrails and balustrades, mosaic tiles and stuccoed walls in their opulent elegance, recently restored, commemorate bygone times. The two main entrances at the addresses 56 and 57 lead you into a large impressive courtyard that was fitted out with seating and greenery to give it a welcoming ambience.Open floor-plan solutions and generously proportioned layouts create a residential ambience defined by ease and expansiveness. Eight of the 14 units moreover feature an elegant mezzanine level linked by a flight of stairs. Each flat makes the most effective use of the structural parameters, integrating pitched ceilings and upright supports into a harmonious whole. Most of the attic apartments spoil their residents with an added highlight – a roof terrace sheltered from wind and inquisitive stares, making it a great place for taking it easy under the open sky.
Neukölln is the very essence of Berlin: richly varied, vibrant, down-to-earth. Home to people from more than 150 countries, Neukölln is an exciting and colourful borough. Native Berliners rub shoulders with tourists, corner pubs with bars, sports grounds with yoga studios, pizza parlours with trendy restaurants, and small theatres with large cinemas. The many artists and creative media professionals who live here contribute to a stimulating sub-culture that will keep surprising you with ever new exhibitions, studios and showrooms. Neukölln offers a richly faceted spectrum of possibilities for every generation and mindset. There is a number of sights worth seeing, such as Schillermarkt, Heimathafen or Stadtbad Neukölln. Each neighbourhood is defined by its own local colour, and due to the proximity to the parklands of Hasenheide and the vast former airport grounds of Tempelhof, Neukölln's locational qualities also score high in terms of leisure and recreation.Hermannstrasse 56/57 is located at the edge of Schillerkiez – an exceptionallyattractive quarter with entire blocks of period buildings. One of its treats isSchillerpromenade, the avenue that lent its name to the quarter. The trees lining the street create a park-like atmosphere among the houses. Schillerkiez is an up-and-coming area where an enterprising spirit blends with local domesticity. It is home to a unique array of different bars and restaurants with amazing culinary diversity. Particularly popular: the street market on Herrfurthplatz which is known for its regional delicacies and organic products. Another advantage of this area is its excellent transportation access. It is connected to the U8 underground line via the “Leinestrasse” stop or the rapid-transit circle line whose nearest stop is “Hermannstrasse.” When travelling by car, the nearby A100 expressway will quickly take you to other parts of the city and beyond.