Prenzlauer Berg is a centrally located neighbourhood in Berlin, adjacent to Mitte. It is one of the most popular and expensive places to live in the city, especially with young affluent people. There is a large number of restaurants, coffee shops, galleries, pubs and boutique stores, which help to create a unique lifestyle characteristic.
Part of the micro neighbourhood of Gleimkiez, Korsörerstr is located on a quiet cul-de-saq, between the Kopenhagener and Galiemstraße – streets which are dotted with many coffee shops and leisure venues.
The property is located right next to the entrance of the famous Mauer Park, which hosts a vibrant array of cultural happenings during the summer months. In the area of the park just adjacent to the building there is a charming animal farm, ideal for children, and on the other side the green Falk Platz.
The popular street Schonhauser Allee is situated just 5 minutes walk from the building, with S-Bahn and U-Bahn metro stations and the Schonhauser Arkaden shopping mall. Fashion buffs will be happy to hear that Zalando’s headquarters are situated just around the corner from the property.