"BERLIN MIXTURE"

Conceived at the drawing board in the early 1900s, Schoeneberg exemplifies what
is called the "Berliner Mischung". With every large house a microcosm of its own:
You have the Bel-Etage in the front building where upper-class families would live,
stores on the ground floor, in the side wings the cramped quarters of large working-
class families and trade businesses and horse stables in the courtyard.

Today many of the commercial lofts are turned into apartments and the Bel-Etages,
with often incredibly rich architectural details, are sold-off. And with some luck one
can even find a former store with the original historic basement vaults attached.
Doesn't that sound like some real playroom fun to you?

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