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Berlin - Brunnenstraße

Furnished Apartments in Berlin Mitte/Prenzlauer Berg, at Rosenthaler Platz. The apartments, built in 2019, range in size between 24m² and 55m². Parking spaces avaialable in our garage.

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Cologne - Friesenplatz

Furnished apartments at Friesenplatz, in the Belgian quarter. This house, opened in 2019 has 54 apartments ranging in size from 25-48 m² and is equipped to a very high standard. It has a sky lounge for residents and a parking garage.

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Cologne City South/Uni

Furnished apartments close to university in Cologne-Sülz. This house opened in 2019, lies within a quiet inner courtyard and has 23 apartments, ranging in size 20m²-35m², a roof terrace and lounge for residents.

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Cologne... the Rhine metropolis

Cologne is an economic stronghold, home to many industries and large corporations. The cultural heritage of the city is enormous with its world-famous cathedral and Romanesque churches. Cologne ranks among the most important travel destinations of Germany. Thanks to the University of Cologne, the TH Köln/University of Applied Sciences and many other technical colleges, it is also considered to be one of the most important education and research location in Germany. Moreover, Cologne is an important venue for congresses and trade fairs. Art Cologne is Germanys leading art fair. 

Berlin - live in the heart of the capital

The Prenzlauer Berg district, where our apartments are located, is characterised by many old buildings, most of them originating from the turn of the 20th century. Today, this area of the city offers a nearly homogeneous old town. More than 3000 of its buildings are listed. The city centre is characterised by multiple restaurants and bars. In particular in Kastanienallee, around Kollwitzplatz, Rosenthaler Platz and Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, there is a concentration of numerous Berlin gastronomy hotspots. One landmark of Prenzlauer Berg is the former water tower in Ryke-Ecke Knaackstraße dating from the year 1877, Berlin’s first. Other outstanding buildings are the big churches like Gethsemanekirche, Segenskirche and Immanuelkirche.