Apartments in Berlin Halensee
Buying an apartment in Berlin-Halensee (Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf)
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Condominiums in Halensee - Mainly old buildings
Halensee lies in the district of Charlottenburg at the western end of the Kurfürstendamm. Here you will find a well-preserved building mass, which consists mainly of old buildings and creates a sophisticated image for the district. Every now and then a new building mixes with it, especially around the S-Bahn station Halensee. New buildings have recently been erected here and new construction projects are still being implemented which, in addition to residential complexes with condominiums, will primarily house offices.
The advantages and development of Halensee at a glance
- 18.42% increase in purchase prices in 2018
- 8.04% increase in rental prices in 2018
- 7.420 € average price / m²
- Sophisticated old buildings and bourgeois neighbourhood life
- Quiet parks and squares
- New residential and office space directly at the railway station
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Market developments in Berlin Halensee
In 2018, the price per square metre for an apartment in a new building in Halensee averaged €7,420, up from €6,266 in 2017 – an increase of 18.42 percent. For a 60 square metre apartment in Halensee, that amounts to a purchase price of around €445,200; for an 80 square metre apartment, about €593,600. Spacious new apartments of 120 square metres cost around €890,400. 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 Halensee can be expected, especially given the neighbourhood’s high desirability.
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A district with many locational advantages
Halensee is a rather small district, only the Hansaviertel is even smaller. But the current high market value of a condominium in Halensee results from the many locational advantages: Halensee is centrally located on the outskirts of the city and has generously proportioned apartments in old buildings. Joachim-Friedrichstraße and Westfälische Straße have been among the town’s business miles for some time now. In addition to designer shops and boutiques, more and more shops for everyday life have emerged here in recent years. If you would like to buy an apartment in Halensee, you will find a bourgeois, relaxed and slightly dignified clientele. Middle-aged people live in this quarter. Many Neuberliners are also drawn here. Halensee has clearly become calmer.
In the 1990s, the Lunapark on the eastern shore of Halensee was still considered one of the largest amusement parks in Europe. The hustle and bustle on the site has given way to a landscape park as a local recreation area that is much better suited to the quieter residents of Lake Halen and Grunewald. The Königsallee is close to the Lunapark and its architectural diversity is still admirable today. Many of the villas date back to the beginnings of the 20th century. Their architecture is reminiscent of Far Eastern to Alpine design. Every now and then you will find a free, highly sought-after condominium in Halensee. Most of the residents, however, do not want to leave their ancestral homes.