The central location, bordering on the centre of berlin and the large areas of maintained old buildings facilitated the rapid development of this borough to a scene-quarter following the fall of the Wall. Art, culture, nightlife and trendsetters determined the initial years. The on-going modernisation of the residential spaces and the liveliness of the borough quickly made this district popular for young people and families.
To date, particularly the area around the Kollwitzplatz and Helmholtzplatz have developed into residential areas with a high quality of life. The good childcare opportunities traditional to the eastern parts of Berlin, numerous parks and green spaces as well as the lively urban environment make this neighbourhood so ideal for families.show on Google Maps
The vicinity surrounding the Helmholtzplatz received a very good residential area rating from Immobilien-Kompass (Property Compass) Berlin. The area including Lychener Straße even received the TOP category. The location of Lychener26 facing the park is particularly high.Immobilien Kompass