Excellent shopping facilities help enhance an entire neighborhood. Given the right architecture, local retail centers can make a significant contribution to the appearance of a street. By bringing in new businesses, they can also improve the local infrastructure and raise the quality of living.
The HermannQuartier was built in the district of Berlin-Neukölln, directly adjacent to the S-Bahn (commuter rail) and U-Bahn (underground rail) station at Hermannstrasse. A number of stores to meet people’s
daily needs considerably improve local shopping facilities, and the integration of a small clinic enhances medical care in the area. This significantly raised the quality of life in the neighborhood.
The HermannQuartier has approx. 8,650 sqm of retail rental space on two different levels. In addition, there is roughly 450 sq m of rental space for fast food restaurants.