Friedrichshain "Samariter quarter" Investment opportunities at its best
Save the opportunity to buy one of the attractive rented apartments and one of the parking places in a building from 1997. Good condition and good cuts guarantee a save and prospering investment also in the future. Every apartment has a balcony or a winter garden.
good apartment sizes between 45sqm and 75sqm
practical cuts, all apartments with balcony or loggia
elevator in both staircases from the basement to the roof
common spaces in the basement (bicycle rooms) and on the roof (roof terrace)
no urban renewal area
no preservation statute
no monument protection
solid yield of 3,5%, calculated with the net cold rent
notice lock period of 12 years
ending of public funding 2016
underground parking spaces
The quarter around the Samariter church In Friedrichshain is popular and lively as well as calm, leafy and very central. It is one of the most demanded places in the city and attracts more and more families. Beside Kreuzberg and Neukölln it is one of the districts with the youngest population in Berlin. The so called Samariter quarter is located just a few meters up the hill from the lively and noisy Frankfurter Allee with it´s great number of shops and two shopping malls. Here it is quieter than in the streets south of the Frankfurter Allee where one finds restaurants, bars and nightlife. The inhabitants of this quarter enjoy the tranquility and at the same time the excellent infrastructure of facilities for all the daily needs. The underground station Samariterstraße (U5) and the S-Bahn station Storkower Straße (S41 /S42) are reached in a few minutes. Young, urban, nice. Friedrichshain in general and the Samaritan quarter in particular belong to the most demanded places in the eastern part of Berlin. For many young Berliners (and of course also non-Berliners) the quarter is top notch. More or less the whole quarter is subject to monumental protection. The environment is characterized by well-kept and nice old buildings. The quarter itsels has got the name of the Samaritan Church from 1892. The industrial complex in the Riga Avenue and the Pettenkofer primary school (planned by Ludwig Hoffmann) form together with a super urban streetscape an incomparable atmosphere. In 2008 the district was „released“ from the redevelopment area. Many small shops have been established in the ground floors of old buildings and contribute to a vibrant neighborhood life. Friedrichshain is next to Kreuzberg and Neukoelln and has a super young population.