Historic Wilhelminian style villas and well-kept family homes characterize the townscape around Kranoldplatz and Ferdinandstraße. Beautiful avenues, small squares, cobbled streets and large gardens complete the ambience of the middle-class district of Lichterfelde-Ost in the district of Steglitz-Zehlendorf. Large parts of the buildings were restored after the Second World War and are listed as historical monuments. Baroque and Art Nouveau houses, Wilhelminian and neo-Romanesque buildings as well as many listed buildings make this area of Berlin a particularly noble, representative and neat region. The green location on the outskirts of Berlin also makes the location so individual and popular. One of the most famous attractions is the Botanical Garden with the Botanical Museum - one of the largest and most important gardens in the world and a popular meeting place for all Berliners. In addition, the weekly market on Kranoldplatz (Wednesday/Saturday) attracts many visitors and regular customers from the other districts.
Kranoldplatz and Ferdinandstraße are the center of Lichterfeld- East, so a regularly high visitor frequency is guaranteed.
The location environment is characterised by other retailers, which have been with the urban quarter Kranoldplatz and Ferdinandstrasse a symbiosis.
From the location, a large number the of concentrated retail and services is easy to reach by foot, so that that there is an interaction between them.
- S-Bahn S2, S25, S26: Station 'Lichterfelde Ost'
- Regional-Bahn RE3, RE4, RE5: Station 'Lichterfelde Ost'
- Bus 184, 284, 380: Station 'Kranoldplatz'
Parking space, e. g. on the Kranoldplatz for 2 hours with parking disc.