Reinickendorf is the twelfth district of Berlin and breathes variety. This district is part of northwest of the city and was created from six different villages. The neighbouring districts are Spandau in southwest, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf in south, Reinickendorf in the east and entire north borders the Brandenburg district of Oberhavel. It includes Tegel Airport, Lake Tegel and housing estates like Märkisches Viertel.
The motorway A111 and the federal highway 96 lead through Reinickendorf. The U-Bahn lines U6 and U8, and the S-Bahn lines S1, S25, S26 and S85 connects Reinickendorf to other parts of the city. The Tegel airport is also part of this district.
Reinickendorf has enormous potential as a forward-looking location and offers many facets of urban living. The average offer prices in the existing units is ~2,700 €/m2 with supply and demand is almost met. The rental market is smaller compared to other districts possibly because of the big communal housing units that are usually not published.
Living space per capita : 39.1 €/m2
Reinickendorf covers everything from rural idyll up to the urban way of living. Between 1920 and 1965 multiple dwellings were built all around Eichborndamm, Residenzstraße and Alt-Reinickendorf. An economic architecture was used to save money. The settlement “Weiße Stadt” (white city) was built during the golden twenties according to plans by the architect Otto Rudolf Salvisberg. In 2008, it became one of the six UNESCO World Heritage settlements in Berlin. The construction work of the large settlement “Märkisches Viertel” ended in 1974 and is an urban district today. This settlement is home to 36,000 people and has 12 schools.
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