Following the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, expectations for the city were sky high. As it turns out, they were far too high. A lot of new property was built, very quickly and very expensively. A perceived “swift integration” of East Germany and Berlin taking its rightful place as Germany’s capital was to fuel a huge expansion.
It was expected that all major German corporate entities would want Berlin offices...
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