The Humboldt Forum, which is housed in the rebuilt former Hohenzollern palace, is one of Berlin’s attractions. Photo: Getty Images
The Humboldt Forum, which is housed in the rebuilt former Hohenzollern palace, is one of Berlin’s attractions. Photo: Getty Images

What’s next for Berlin? Digital industries, modern urban districts and new architecture can help city find a new identity

  • Berlin used to be an adventure playground with crumbling charm and amazingly cheap rents, but contemporary housing and infrastructure is now taking its place
  • Software and tech are the fastest growing markets, while historic places like the rebuilt former Hohenzollern palace are more dignified and sedate

The Humboldt Forum, which is housed in the rebuilt former Hohenzollern palace, is one of Berlin’s attractions. Photo: Getty Images
The Humboldt Forum, which is housed in the rebuilt former Hohenzollern palace, is one of Berlin’s attractions. Photo: Getty Images
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