With a review of more than 700 years of history we see today in the district of Lichtenberg in Berlin a cityscape that is rich in contrast. After 1920 began a new quality of urban design. The years between 1960 to 1980 were determined by extensive building activities in the district for the construction of living quarters. Within those years 30.000 apartments were created primarily in prefabricated housing areas. That strongly influenced the image of historical urban development. Along the northern road at Alt-Friedrichsfelde, east of the railway line of the Berlin outer ring are many buildings from around 1900 that were partially preserved, partially reconstructed and now are listed buildings.
An Urban Development moment between past and present, between redevelopment and listed buildings in the east of Berlin.