Richard Quartier Berlin
Built by renowned architect Ludwig Seitzer in 1952 and inspired by the works of Bruno Tuat, the father of Berlins’ modern architectural style, Richard Quartier Berlin is now listed to preserve its originality and cultural heritage, has been sympathetically converted to accentuate its art deco elegance to provide a selection of beautiful apartments with balconies or terraces and an additional, private internal courtyard. Traditional proportions frame modern luxuries within the spacious, open plan living areas.
Richardkiez itself is one of the oldest areas in Berlin and certainly one of the most popular residential areas in the city, stretching between the Sonnenallee to the east, the Karl Marx strasse in the west and Richardplatz in the north.
Many people recognize this is one of the most exciting places to live in berlin.
The cosmopolitan atmosphere transcends the cityscape at every corner and unites the melting pot of the cultures and attracts young people in particular with its indispensable vitality.
Wherever you look, the creative scene is rapidly spreading: in addition to classic sights more and more galleries, designer boutiques and theatres are finding their place in the szenekiez, with a wealth of cafes, hipster pubs and restaurants lining the streets.
Popular with students, young professionals and families alike, the area hosts several parks within easy reach such as the Kornerpark and the Comeniusgarten.
The underground station Karl Marx Strasse is just a few minutes’ walk away whilst the stadtring is a five-minute drive away.
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