THE LOCATION

The Königstadt Quartier is situated directly in Berlin’s centre, just a few minutes’ walk from Alexanderplatz. Around the property are a wide range of different districts and neighbourhoods – guaranteeing a varied mixture right on the doorstep.

THE LOCATION

The Königstadt Quartier is situated directly in Berlin’s centre, just a few minutes’ walk from Alexanderplatz. Around the property are a wide range of different districts and neighbourhoods – guaranteeing a varied mixture right on the doorstep.
 
 
Located very centrally but nevertheless peaceful – Pauline-Staegemann-Strasse is set back slightly from the two surrounding main traffic thoroughfares Otto-Braun-Strasse and Mollstrasse. Thanks to the tram and bus stop bearing its name, the street enjoys perfect transport connections with tram lines M4, M5, M6 and M8 as well as the bus lines 142 and 200.142 and 200. From Alexanderplatz, five urban rail lines, three underground lines, additional tram and bus lines as well as the regional service of Deutsche Bahn provide the ideal basis for accessing literally every corner of Berlin.
Awaiting tenants of the Königstadt Quartier is a rich variety of shopping facilities, restaurants and cafes. Added to this and providing a family-friendly infrastructure are the many schools, kindergartens and playgrounds as well as Volkspark Friedrichshain, which is only a few minutes’ walk away.
Located very centrally but nevertheless peaceful – Pauline-Staegemann-Strasse is set back slightly from the two surrounding main traffic thoroughfares Otto-Braun-Strasse and Mollstrasse. Thanks to the tram and bus stop bearing its name, the street enjoys perfect transport connections with tram lines M4, M5, M6 and M8 as well as the bus lines 142 and 200.142 and 200.
From Alexanderplatz, five urban rail lines, three underground lines, additional tram and bus lines as well as the regional service of Deutsche Bahn provide the ideal basis for accessing literally every corner of Berlin.
Awaiting tenants of the Königstadt Quartier is a rich variety of shopping facilities, restaurants and cafes. Added to this and providing a family-friendly infrastructure are the many schools, kindergartens and playgrounds as well as Volkspark Friedrichshain, which is only a few minutes’ walk away.
 

The Surroundings

Whether for shopping, culture, nightlife or recreation – the area offers an almost unlimited supply of leisure amenities.

The Surroundings

Whether for shopping, culture, nightlife or recreation – the area offers an almost unlimited supply of leisure amenities.
 
 
To the north, the Kollwitz neighbourhood with Kollwitzplatz and Park am Wasserturm offer pure relaxation, whereas Schönhauser Allee with its arcades and Kastanienallee with numerous owner-run premises cater to shopping and nightlife. Also situated in the north is the quarter known as Winsviertel with Leise-Park and Marienburger Strasse, characterized by its restaurants and retail outlets, as well as the neighbouring Bötzow quarter with Arnswalder Platz and its wonderful street cafes.
To the north, the Kollwitz neighbourhood with Kollwitzplatz and Park am Wasserturm offer pure relaxation, whereas Schönhauser Allee with its arcades and Kastanienallee with numerous owner-run premises cater to shopping and nightlife. Also situated in the north is the quarter known as Winsviertel with Leise-Park and Marienburger Strasse, characterized by its restaurants and retail outlets, as well as the neighbouring Bötzow quarter with Arnswalder Platz and its wonderful street cafes.
In the east is Volkspark Friedrichshain with several playgrounds and numerous opportunities for sporting activities. Strausberger Platz marks the start of the Friedrichshain district, which extends southwards down to the banks of the Spree – the hip neighbourhood around Simon-Dach-Strasse offers a lively leisure and culture scene at all times of the day.
 
In the east is Volkspark Friedrichshain with several playgrounds and numerous opportunities for sporting activities. Strausberger Platz marks the start of the Friedrichshain district, which extends southwards down to the banks of the Spree – the hip neighbourhood around Simon-Dach-Strasse offers a lively leisure and culture scene at all times of the day.
 
To the south is the well-known Karl-Marx-Allee, the site of Café Moskau and the Kino International film theatre. This is the main road linking the two districts of Mitte and Friedrichshain. Across the Spree on the Jannowitzbrücke is the district of Kreuzberg – in the area around the Märkisches Museum, restaurants, clubs and trendy shops line up side by side.
To the south is the well-known Karl-Marx-Allee, the site of Café Moskau and the Kino International film theatre. This is the main road linking the two districts of Mitte and Friedrichshain. Across the Spree on the Jannowitzbrücke is the district of Kreuzberg – in the area around the Märkisches Museum, restaurants, clubs and trendy shops line up side by side.
 

Just a few minutes’ walk away to the west are Alexanderplatz with its shopping malls, Hackescher Markt with numerous retail outlets, Oranienburger Strasse with a high density of cafes, restaurants and bars as well as Monbijoupark bordering the River Spree. Only 500 m away from the Königstadt Quartier is the Soho House Berlin – this is where Torstrasse begins, which in recent years has evolved into one of the most popular entertainment districts and the gastronomic Mecca of Berlin.

 
Just a few minutes’ walk away to the west are Alexanderplatz with its shopping malls, Hackescher Markt with numerous retail outlets, Oranienburger Strasse with a high density of cafes, restaurants and bars as well as Monbijoupark bordering the River Spree. Only 500 m away from the Königstadt Quartier is the Soho House Berlin – this is where Torstrasse begins, which in recent years has evolved into one of the most popular entertainment districts and the gastronomic Mecca of Berlin.
 
 
To the southwest is the start of the famous boulevard Unter den Linden with the Berlin State Opera, the Maxim Gorki Theatre, the Deutsches Historisches Museum, Humboldt University and the Komische Oper. It runs from the museum island rich in tradition with Berlin Cathedral and Lustgarten park, crosses Friedrichstrasse with its many shopping facilities and cultural institutions such as Admiralspalast, Friedrichstadtpalast and Berliner Ensemble, and finishes at the Brandenburg Gate. Also within easy reach are Berlin’s oldest residential area, the idyllic Nikolaiviertel, and Gendarmenmarkt, one of the finest squares in Berlin with a concert hall as well as the German and French churches.
To the southwest is the start of the famous boulevard Unter den Linden with the Berlin State Opera, the Maxim Gorki Theatre, the Deutsches Historisches Museum, Humboldt University and the Komische Oper. It runs from the museum island rich in tradition with Berlin Cathedral and Lustgarten park, crosses Friedrichstrasse with its many shopping facilities and cultural institutions such as Admiralspalast, Friedrichstadtpalast and Berliner Ensemble, and finishes at the Brandenburg Gate. Also within easy reach are Berlin’s oldest residential area, the idyllic Nikolaiviertel, and Gendarmenmarkt, one of the finest squares in Berlin with a concert hall as well as the German and French churches.

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