The six-storey building meets the strict standards of environmental construction KfW 70. The house was built of reinforced concrete with the facade of sandstone. On the ground floor there are commercial premises. In total in the house there are 55 apartments: one-, two- and three-room apartments with improved layout from 30 to 60 square meters.
Rental rate is 11 euros (for apartments with no furniture) to 20 euros (for the fully equipped apartments) per square meter per month. Utilities cost about 120 euros per month.
- particularly insulated facade
- parking space in the underground garage
- barrier-free environment for people with disabilities
- central heating and water supply
- Balcony or loggia
- 2.60 meters ceiling height
- Plastic insulated floor to ceiling windows
- Fitted kitchen with appliances (optional, about 3,500 euros)
- Furniture and home furnishings (optional, about 10,000 euros)
program of guaranteed rent (optional)
additional services for owners and tenants of apartments (cleaning, repair, concierge services, free insurance apartments and furniture)
Location and nearby objects
Adlershof is a district in the south-east of Berlin, since the end of the 1990s it is known as the ”city of science, technology and the media“. It is the largest scientific and technological center of Germany, where about 400 firms from around the world are based. The second important factor is the central airport Berlin-Brandenburg which is now being built with a whole complex including business, exhibition and shopping centers, as well as several hotels.
Just next to the house there are shops and service centers, restaurants and cafes, kindergartens and schools, doctors and pharmacies. Many favorite vacation spots of Berliners are reachable in just a few minutes: the old town Köpenick with the historic pedestrian area, the rivers Spree and Dahme and the largest lake in Berlin Müggelsee.
Excellent transport links: the motorway exit on the A113, a few tram lines and train station of S-Bahn just a few steps from the house, directly linking the area with the center of Berlin.