Information about available building sites provided by the Department for Urban Development and the Districts of Berlin. Now with details of more than 1,000 building lots with a total area of 140 hectares in central locations in the Berlin Districts of Mitte, Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, Pankow, Tempelhof-Schöneberg, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf and Neukölln. more
Berlin's construction policies are aimed at removing barriers.
Ensuring fewer obstacles in everyday life requires a coordinated approach and project planning aimed at meeting the needs of people who want to benefit from the city's diversity without having to overcome barriers. more
The change that Berlin has gone through during the last decade did not only create new city areas. Newly constructed houses and business districts need new streets and bridges. This site presents new plans and already realized street and bridge projects in Berlin's famous areas. more
Around 90 new bridges have been completed and dilapidated bridges have been repaired in the 10 years since the fall of the Wall. A selection of these bridges can be found on this Internet site and in the bridge brochure published by the Berlin Senate Department for Urban Development. more
With its roots in urban development and energy policy, ecological building is a central element of sustainable policy in Berlin. more