Introducing The Ambassador
With Berlin operating as the prime market with the third highest capital appreciation of all global cities in H1 2020, we are proud to offer our newest development located in the city's embassy quarter: The Ambassador.
The striking residential tower is ideally positioned in the district of Mitte, otherwise known as the birthplace of Berlin. As the most central location in the city, the exquisitely designed units offer an attractive mix of contemporary living and downtown convenience.
Facilities and Features
- 77 modern studio apartments available
- Located in the heart of Berlin
- High-end fixtures and fittings throughout
- Surrounded by key employment nodes and excellent transport links
- 1-minute walk to Heinrich Heine Strasse U-Bahn Station
- 7-min via U-Bahn to Alexanderplatz
Intersection at Köpenicker Strasse and Heinrich Heine Strasse, 10179 Berlin, Germany
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A Closer Look at The Ambassador
Why Invest In Berlin?
It has the safest investment case post COVID-19
Berlin’s prime market experienced the third highest capital appreciation of all global cities in H1 2020.
The central region of Berlin, Mitte, is home to 46% of all Tech start-ups in Germany. A sector having drawn over an increase of 86% in 2018.
Faster growing office workforce than London or Paris
Employment grew by 33% between 2009 and 2019, with over 200,000 jobs created in the services sector. As a result, Berlin’s unemployment rate has fallen from 12.3% to 7.8% over the same period.
Berlin’s Economy Is Thriving
COVID-19 Hasn't Dampened Investor Confidence
Germany has proved to be one of the most secure countries in the world to live during the global pandemic and the latest prime residential market values in Berlin reflect it. It recorded by far the lowest number of fatalities per 1 million inhabitants of any industrialised nation, thanks to a swift and effective response.
Germany’s first-rate healthcare system has approximately 48 ICU beds per 100,000 population compared to the OECD average of 12 beds and has the capacity to process over 1 million COVID-19 tests per week.
Over 98% of Germans are covered by public or private health insurance, greatly reducing the number of unknown pre-existing conditions which contributed to the subdued mortality rate.The Striking Investment Case for Berlin
4 reasons to invest in Berlin
Ever since the marriage of the East to the West in Europe, Berlin has quietly become the bargain of the century. When compared to cities like London or New York, you get 2-3 times more per square metre, yet the projected growth in value is still higher.
Find out the 4 key reasons, IP Global chose Berlin in 2020.Continue Reading
- A completed IP Global Unit Application Form
- IPG client fee: EUR3,000
- Acquisition costs upon Notarization
- 30% due 3 months after Notarization, but not before September 30th 2020
- All remaining payments in line with construction
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