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Why There’s No Room for Startups in Berlin

Office space is in dangerously short supply for attractive startup cities like Berlin, which can’t seem to get out of its own way

An aerial view of residential and office buildings on a city block in Berlin, Germany.
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WWhen Germany split after World War II, industry fled the capital city, settling into more stable locations in the West. But after the Berlin Wall came down 30 years ago…




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