Apartments in Berlin Friedrichshain
Buying an apartment in Berlin-Friedrichshain
Looking for a modern apartment in Berlin’s Friedrichshain district? You’ve come to the right place! Filter your property search by price, size, or number of rooms and find your dream home with balcony, terrace, or garden at a prime location in Friedrichshain. The ZIEGERT portfolio includes a multitude of high-quality new apartments for sale, ranging in size from one room to five. Whether you’re looking for an elegant penthouse, a spacious family home, or a compact city flat with parking space, you’re sure to find something you love from among our broad range of real estate options – no matter whether you’re looking to occupy or let. Purchase a high-yield property in Friedrichshain today, with high potential for appreciation!
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Apartments in Friedrichshain, a neighbourhood developing fast
Like Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain is one of Berlin’s most popular neighbourhoods. Divided from Kreuzberg by the River Spree, Friedrichshain is a magnet for young people in particular, especially those newly arrived in Berlin. It’s also one of the most multicultural parts of the city, right along with Kreuzberg and Wedding. Over the last few years, a colourful and lively mix of nationalities has found its way to this trendy neighbourhood in eastern Berlin.
From an investor’s perspective, Friedrichshain is also highly attractive, one of the few central neighbourhoods still rich in open space for new residential construction. Continued positive development in the coming years can thus be expected, including in terms of purchase prices and rents. Last year alone, the purchase price of an apartment in Friedrichshain shot up by 14.5 percent. The portion of families in the neighbourhood is 22 percent.
The advantages of Friedrichshain at a glance
- 5.45% increase in purchase prices in 2018
- 7.37% increase in rental prices in 2018
- 6.326 € average price / m²
- Perfect infrastructure
- Constant change in gastronomy
- Average rental prices 12.96 €/m²
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Market developments in Berlin Friedrichshain
In 2018, the price per square metre for an apartment in a new building in Friedrichshain averaged €6,326 , up from €5,999 in 2017 – an increase of 5.45 percent. For a 60 square metre apartment in Friedrichshain, that amounts to a purchase price of around €379,560 ; for an 80 square metre apartment, about €506,080. Spacious new apartments of 120 square metres cost around €759,120. Naturally, prices go up for extras like balcony, roof garden, lavish interior, or optimal orientation that provides for unusually good sunlight and views. Given the tight housing market in Berlin right now and the low level of residential construction activity in relation to demand, a further increase in purchase prices for apartments in Friedrichshain can be expected, especially given the neighbourhood’s high desirability.
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Who should buy an apartment in Friedrichshain?
Like neighbouring Lichtenberg, Friedrichshain is home to many young families; unlike Lichtenberg, it’s also home to world renowned nightlife and cultural venues. The southern part of the district is full of clubs, bars, and startups, while the somewhat cheaper northern part draws students and flat shares. But north and south alike share at least one thing in common: apartments here are highly coveted by those looking to invest in property in Berlin.
Friedrichshain: a great place to buy a home
The people make the neighbourhood, and in Friedrichshain, you’ll find them full of life and energy. You’ll also find a veritable wealth of restaurants, trendy shops, parks, and wide-ranging infrastructure, which together provide a high quality of life – for residents, visitors, and investors alike. Not infrequently, households that began here as student flat shares have evolved into young families looking to purchase their first home. If you, too, would like to buy an apartment in Friedrichshain, we encourage you to explore the unique flavour and benefits of its individual neighbourhoods.