Upside Berlin: Apartments between the river Spree & the sky
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On one of the last vacant lots on the river Spree in Berlin-Friedrichshain, the UPSIDE BERLIN project makes a dream come true: living in close proximity to the water and enjoying a breathtaking skyline panorama at the same time. Discover the amazing apartments in the residential tower, which stretches over 86 meters and 22 floors! The apartments offer 2-5 rooms and living spaces of approx. 63 – 137 sq m.
It is high time to make a bold statement. At eye level with Berlin’s landmarks and with the River Spree at your feet. Let your eyes roam all the way to the horizon and experience the endless possibilities of the metropolis from a site that represents the perfect starting point. World class architecture on the outside, and a cosy home on the inside – an elegant retreat that will pamper you with extra amenities and security. Experience Berlin as a true cosmopolitan. Discover UPSIDE BERLIN.
- In close proximity to the river Spree
- Mainly with water view
- Breathtaking panorama of Berlin’s skyline
- Timeless high-rise architecture
- Unique project on one of the last free lots in Berlin Friedrichshain
- Balconies and loggias
- High quality furniture
- Underground parking
- Construction work already started
- Rooms: 2 – 5
- Size: approx. 63 – 137 sq m
- Prices: €590,000 – €1,398,000
UPSIDE BERLIN lies at the point where Berlin’s stark contrasts meet. Right on the border between Berlin’s most exciting districts – Mitte, Friedrichshain, and Kreuzberg – UPSIDE BERLIN is the perfect base for inspiring adventures in the German capital. Friedrichshain stretches out to the east, with popular nightlife around the Boxhagener Platz and fantastic recreation opportunities right up to the Stralau peninsula. To the south lies the start of Kreuzberg, with its multicultural diversity and the idyllic squares dotted along the Landwehr Canal. And to the west, Mitte is a veritable cornucopia of cultural experiences.
Few other places in Berlin have an ambience as cosmopolitan as the area between Ostbahnhof station and Oberbaumbrücke. In the span of a few short years, a whole new urban quarter evolved here. An inspiring mix of living, working and entertainment. Start-ups and big players like Mercedes-Benz, Universal and Zalando set the scene with a new kind of lifestyle business. Mercedes-Benz Arena, which is Berlin’s largest multi-function hall for sports and music events, and the East Side Mall, one of the city’s largest shopping centres, are just two of the quarter’s highlights, another one being East Side Gallery with its murals on a preserved section of the Berlin Wall.