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ADDRESS Mollwitzstraße 1, 14059 Berlin
TYPES exclusive apartments
EXTRAS balconies, loggias, and terraces, impressive ceiling heights
STATUS ready for occupancy
Proud tradition and exciting modernity - Charlottenburg combines both worlds. This district, named in 1705 after Sophie Charlotte of Hanover, is home to countless sights: Charlottenburg Palace, the remains of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church (which was destroyed during the War), the Olympic Stadium, and the radio tower are among the best known landmarks of the district. In the 1920s, Charlottenburg grew into a cultural center and a bastion of the entertainment and amusement industry. Today, numerous theaters, including the impressive Theater des Westens and the Deutsche Oper opera house, bear testament to this. Charlottenburg is also home to a number of museums and several universities. In addition, this Berlin district is famous over the entire world for its zoo, Zoologischer Garten, together with the train station by the same name, and of course the Kurfurstendamm. As in its heyday, Ku’damm is still the perfect place for a stroll and fabulous window-shopping at the displays of the exclusive designers and brands. For some time now, Charlottenburg has also been garnering renewed interest among investors. The new Waldorf-Astoria is part of the revitalized City-West, which has clearly left its outdated image far behind.