There's a new part of Berlin taking shape on 61 hectares of land adjacent to the main railway station – centrally located, close to political and cultural institutions, for living and working, complete with services and amenities.
A new take on the 'Berlin mix' featuring attractive architecture, apartments with water views, green city squares, and waterfront promenades.
Europacity represents an urban attitude to life and living – with exceptional office worlds for working. Around 3,000 apartments will be built and around 16,500 people will work in Europacity. Connected to the adjoining residential neighbourhoods, a world is emerging here that embraces all facets of urban life.
What's happening in Europacity?
How does the quarter present itself to the public? And who will live and work here in the future?
Europacity Magazine is a neighbourhood publication that reports on the progress of the development, on the companies, institutions and individuals, with numerous articles and photos detailing what kind of city is being built here for the public.
If you're interested in how the centre of Berlin is changing, in the architecture that is reshaping the former railway yard north of the main station, or where the best places to stroll or dine will be in the future, everything you need to know is in our magazines.
The gaps are finally closing and entire buildings - some with their scaffolding still in place - are already completed in height. Witnessing the pace of progress has been like watching it all unfold in time-lapse. At a large gap on the banks of the canal, Europacity's central city square is also under construction. In this issue, we give you a sense of what a square will be like and also introduce you to other inviting open spaces - where you can take a break - and much more.