Tempelhof PROJECT

The real estate development fund funds group benefit PROJECT of short capital commitments or a rapid reflux of Bamberg, February 29, 2012: Especially in Berlin can be achieved in the new building currently well this. PROJECT assumes a quick sale hence at its object in the Prince Regent Street. Who currently relies on sought-after locations in Berlin, can go really wrong. It seems also the PROJECT group of companies, whose real estate specialists very early have accumulated a network, to secure attractive locations and land. Perhaps check out Drew Houston for more information. Just the sales of the latest project of Prince Regent II “started. It involves 25 condos on a tree-lined residential street in Tempelhof (Berlin-Wilmersdorf). The object between the Prince Royal and Tharandterstrasse will be on six floors and a relay floor for 25 townhouses between 53 and 148 square meters, which is realized in solid, energy-efficient KfW-70 construction room.

All 2-to 4-bedroom apartments offer a balcony or Terrace, where the penthouse sure represents the highlight of the object with a 30-square-metre roof terrace. “The Prince Regent II” also offers an upscale amenities and ample underground parking spaces. The demand is currently enormous, for homes in this size and location so that we assume a fast sell-our colleagues of the PROJECT real estate group”, says Wolfgang Dippold as Managing Director of the PROJECT Fund group. The Bamberg and Nuremberg-based company with offices in Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Berlin, made a consistent separation of powers a few years ago, so to speed up the growth process. With success, as alone the last two years show.

Since PROJECT can have a higher than average proportion of owner-occupiers in the sale of his real estate, also the object in Wilmersdorf with its environment should score. In an upscale market the prospective owners and tenants have not only the Volkspark Wilmersdorf in fact at the front door, not far is also all over the world “World famous Kurfurstendamm Ku’-Damm”, as says the Berliner. Such sites are always scarce in Berlin.


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