The project has a unique location — with direct access to the popular Volkspark Potsdam. The famous Potsdam University of Applied Sciences is in the immediate vicinity of the project. The restored old town can be reached in 10 minutes and the main train station in 20 minutes.
Potsdam is the most populous city and the capital of the state of Brandenburg, it directly borders Berlin. The city is known as the former residence of the kings of Prussia with numerous unique palaces and park complexes. The landscapes have been included in the UNESCO list. The Babelsberg film studio, founded in Potsdam, is one of the most modern studios in Germany and Europe.
Potsdam is served by the S7 S-Bahn line (three stations). There are also
seven DB (Deutsche Bahn) stations.
Potsdam has been a European scientific center since the middle of the 19th century. There are three state universities and more than 30 research institutes in the city.
There are several hospitals in Potsdam, including the Ernst von Bergmann
Klinikum and several supermarkets: Edeka, REWE, Netto, Lidl and ALDI.