Since the outbreak of Covid-19, our life has been dramatically changed: Apartment hunting becomes particularly difficult, when people follow social distancing rules. We know that many of you have been stuck at home for a while, and you might be in need of moving out or just want to switch to a new place. Therefore, we had a look at the available apartments in Berlin at the moment, that you can move in right away! Those furnished apartments are sorted by neighborhood and many of them support online viewing and instant booking, which will save a lot of time and efforts for you.
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In the past weeks, Mitte, the city’s hottest area, has witnessed an absence of tourists. However it’s still the most popular neighborhood for locals. Surprisingly, there are still many apartments and rooms available during the quarantine, coming along with a price reduction.
€1080 （29% off）
Kreuzberg is the centre of Berlin’s underground culture, filled with graffiti and alternative hang-outs. Living here you can experience its multicultural atmosphere. You can find a very decent apartment with a reasonable price recently.
€1000 （30% off）
The former-hippie area has turned wealthy and bohemian. Prenzlauer Berg‘s vividity and creativity attracts dozens of residents. It’s quiet and classy surroundings are also perfect for living. We’ve found some nicest properties available here:
The heart of west Berlin, Charlottenburg has different vibes compared to the East side. Late nineteenth-century buildings stand along the streets, bring together elegance and urbanity. Recently there are many vacancies in rental apartments in this area, have a look:
Friedrichshain is renowned for its artistic communities and industrial nightlife. Even with clubs officially shut down during the pandemic, you still have the chance to explore different facets of this trendiest neighborhood:
Tempelhof-Schöneberg is The best LGBTI neighborhood in Berlin. It’s diverse, flourishing and unique. From the other side, the neighborhood is close to nature and perfect for residing, you can find many nice apartments suitable for families:
It is the neighborhood that was romanticized by David Bowie in his song “Neukölln”. It has become the favorite of new immigrants. Neukölln acquires popularity through its balance between roughness and post-modernity.
Wedding has always been unfairly considered as boring and unsafe, but those are just stereotypes. In fact, thanks to the cheap rent there, Wedding has many cool start-ups, hybrid boutiques, nice restaurants, as well as many other hidden gems. There are also plenty of apartments and rooms available there at present:
Didn’t find what you want? No worries, searching for accommodation at this time might not be that easy, but you can still find loads of more options on Nestpick website!