You walk towards this construction site when you leave Lessinghöhe park, which I usually cross with the kids when I walk home with them from kindergarden. It was a bit like a Lego house – every day, there were a few bricks more, rising bit by bit, and suddenly the building was there. It houses 77 new apartments, of which 30 (why not all?) are sponsored by the city of Berlin. People with lower income can move in those apartments if they have a social housing permit which you need to apply for. The initial rent is at 6,50€/m2 without additional costs. Even if bureaucracy seems crazy and the apartments not enough, it is quite unusual to see social housing in the middle of an area where apartment prices are rising like crazy, with the huge developments happening at Karl-Marx-Straße and demographic changes Schillerkiez.