Beamten-Wohnungs-Verein zu Köpenick
Traditional civil servants’ cooperative formed in 1908, around 5,200 apartments with high quality of living in central locations such as Tiergarten and Wedding or in green areas of Berlin such as Spandau and Köpenick. Also, you do not need to be a public official to join.
›› Marienfelde, Weskamm Str. 15, Tel. 72 38 05
›› Köpenick, Bahnhof Str. 50, Tel. 72 38 08 10
Formed in 1886, this is the oldest residential building cooperative in Berlin. More than 8,000 members and more than 6,600 apartments, many common facilities, constant construction of new apartments, also open to experimental construction and living methods.
›› Wilmersdorf, Pacelliallee 3, Tel. 83 00 02-22, -28
Housing association founded in 1907 that today has 11,200 members and 6,500 homes. “Charlotte’s’’ housing units can now be found not only in its namesake Charlottenburg district, but also in Spandau, Siemensstadt, Charlottenburg-Nord, Reinickendorf, Wilmersdorf, Steglitz and Weißensee.
›› Charlottenburg, Dressel Str. 1, Tel. 3 20 00 20
A varied and modern stock of about 4,000 apartments in the eastern part of Berlin. Reasonably priced guest apartments are available if you have visitors.
›› Karlshorst, Gundelfinger Str. 8a, Tel. 51 55 50
Nearly 4,000 apartments in Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg, Weißensee, Lichtenberg, Niederschöneweide and Adlershof.
›› Mitte, Sebastian Str. 24, Tel. 2 78 72 80
With 4,500 apartments in Lichtenberg and Friedrichshain, and around 5,300 members, this is one of the biggest cooperatives in Berlin. Numerous social services such as sports for the elderly.
›› Friedrichshain, Frankfurter Allee 73d, Tel. 42 20 22 00
Berlin’s biggest housing association with more than 100 residential buildings in the areas of Fennpfuhl and Friedrichsfelde with over 10,000 apartments.
›› Lichtenberg, Landsberger Allee 180b, Tel. 97 00 00