The area is characterized by a closed construction, predominantly consisting of old buildings from the turn of the century.
The area is characterized by a closed construction, predominantly consisting of old buildings from the turn of the century. The local area supply (including shops, schools, kindergartens, hospitals and other infrastructural facilities) is ensured by the urban location. Particularly noteworthy are the extensive supply facilities along the Alt-Moabit street approx. 100 m away and in Turmstraße approx. 300 m away with its extensive range of shops and various dining options.
The closest recreational areas are the “Kleiner Tiergarten” in approx. 300 m, the Carl-von-Ossietzky-Park in approx. 350 m and the “Große Tiergarten” in approx. 1.000 m distance. The Spree can be reached after approx. 250 m.
In addition, the surrounding streets have an extensive population of old trees, the significantly shapes the characteristics of the area.
The connection to local public transport is as follows:
Bus Alt-Moabit approx. 100 m
Turmstrasse underground station approx. 850 m
Bellevue S-Bahn station approx. 250 m