This large vacant commercial unit is located right in the hub of Kreuzberg, between Lausitzer Platz and buzzing Oranienstrasse. The unit is situated in the souterrain floor of a historical Berliner Altbau built in 1900. The building features a beautiful, stucco façade and a leafy inner courtyard to which the unit has access at the rear.
This very flexible commercial space has three large rooms, large hallway/corridor, and a kitchen space with shower room and WC to the back. it could be effectively set up for a range of different businesses including retail and/or workshop space, consulting rooms, or an artist’s studio and/or gallery. Additionally, this space could be perfect for an Airbnb setup or short term rental accommodation.
You can view a short video walk-through of the unit here:
You can see a similar property that has been converted for apartment rental here: http://bergmannkiez-ferien.de/?p=339
This is also a fantastic buy-to-let investment thanks to its popular location in Berlin’s most popular district - Kreuzberg. For more information on investing in Berlin, and to see whether this could be an option for you, please do not hesitate to contact our friendly international team.
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We can provide you with a varied choice of properties to suit your needs - whether you plan to use it yourself or are looking for an investment.
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This commercial unit is located in Kreuzberg 36, a lively and creative district near Lausitzer Platz. Oranienstrasse is vibrant with its many restaurants, cafés, bars and small shops, and the nearby Paul-Lincke-Ufer canal is lined with picturesque restaurants that light up beautifully in the evenings. Around the corner is Goerlitzer Park, where many people enjoy BBQs in the park whilst music plays during the summer months.
Public transport connections are fantastic with Goerlitzer Station just a few metres down the street. From here you can enjoy great connections with the U1 and U3 underground lines: travel time to the city centre (Alexanderplatz) is just 8 mins, including one line change.
Kreuzberg is vibrant and international - something abundantly clear to anyone who takes a walk through its lively streets. Living in the area you’ll become part of an eclectic mix of old Berliners, young professionals and creatives from all over the world.