Marzahn-Hellersdorf is situated in the northeast of Berlin that consists of Biesdorf, Hellersdorf, Kaulsdorf, Marzahn and Mahlsdorf. It borders with Brandenburg to the north and east, Treptow-Köpenick in the south and Lichtenberg in the west. The district is an innovative industrial and health location with its well-developed industrial and business parks, functioning infrastructure and seamless public transport network. Gärten der Welt Berlin (Gardens of the world), Bockwindmühle Marzahn, Schloss Biesdorf (Biesdorf Palace) are some of the attractions of this district.
This District has seamless local public transport network, fast access to the motorway and extensive freight and passenger transport. This district is well connected through Local Train services, S-Bahn, Bus and Tram networks. Some of the routes are: Tram (M6, M8), S-Bahn (S7, S75) and U-Bahn (U5). Nearest airport is ‘Schönefeld airport’, which is around 45mins via public Transport.
Marzahn-Hellersdorf, is a largely residential with many schools and nurseries. Generally, the rents are cheaper and affordable (in comparison with central Berlin) and easy to get large pieces of farmland. On one side, you will find large settlements / single-family housing areas and on the other side, a modern large housing estate. A significant improvement in the quality of housing has been achieved in recent years and the average price is about 3,000 €/m2
Living space per capita : 37.25 €/m2
Marzahn-Hellersdorf is a versatile, economically strong and family-friendly district. Hellersdorf is characterised in its urban structure by large prefabricated housing estates, that were built in the GDR era in an "industrial prefabricated construction method". In contrast, Kaulsdorf and Mahlsdorf are dominated by single-family house areas with a village atmosphere. Marzahn is similar to Hellersdorf with heterogeneous prefabricated buildings and single-family house locations. Biesdorf and Friedrichsfelde-Ost have a garden city character and together with Mahlsdorf and Kaulsdorf form the largest connected single-family house area in Berlin.
Most of the buildings in Hellersdorf have been renovated, modernised and landscaped. The district centre "Helle Mitte", that offers multiplex cinema in addition to numerous retail stores and cafés is a star attraction. The Hellersdorfer Promenade is not just a pedestrian zone, but also a neighbourhood management area of the Berlin Senate Department for Urban Development.
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