The gateway to Europe – and beyond

Perfect infrastructure, excellent links: the IndustrieparkBerlin-Szczecin offers superb economic development potential between the major cities of Berlin and Szczecin. Companies willing to settle here benefit from short distances to northern Germany’s international seaports, generous space on offer and excellent framework conditions. These include maximum subsidy rates of up to 40% as well as favourable trade taxes and swift approval procedures. The large supply of qualified workers and the high quality of life with first-class cultural and sports facilities are also convincing. And with its consistent expansion of the fibre optic network, the town of Pasewalk is impressively demonstrating its capacity to satisfy tomorrow’s needs.

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Szczecin metropolitan region

Szczecin is one of the cross-border metropolitan regions. This dynamic economic area on the Baltic Sea between Poland and Germany has enormous growth potential with over 1.5 million inhabitants.

Direct networking with the Berlin metropolitan region creates the ideal prerequisites for successful joint German-Polish projects and cross-industry technology transfer. With its development into a smart city, Szczecin is resolutely focusing on digitisation and new technologies. So are we.

Our capital

  • 200 scientific institutions in Berlin and Szczecin alone, including universities of excellence
  • 100,000 scientists and scholars
  • 200,000 students

This is our raw material for the digital age and an increasingly knowledge-based society.

Pasewalk location

Pasewalk offers attractive industrial and commercial space particularly to companies from the Berlin economic area
 who are willing to expand. Pasewalk is an alternative especially for companies with internet-based business models. But companies from Szczecin who want to tap into the German market will also find a good outsourcing location for their activities here. The entire Vorpommern-Greifswald district, but especially Pasewalk, benefits from the growth drivers Berlin and Szczecin.

  • The Welcome Center Stettiner Haff in Pasewalk, opened on 28 June 2019, makes it easier for companies from Germany and abroad to enter the Vorpommern market – a unique locational advantage 

  • The availability of industrial and commercial space, broadband internet and affordable housing make Pasewalk particularly attractive for companies from southern and western Germany, but also from Poland, as part of the Szczecin metropolitan region.
  • Due to rising real estate costs and a strained traffic situation, professionals from Berlin are increasingly keen to move with their families to the Vorpommern-Greifswald district, which has always been a very popular tourist location for people from Berlin ("Berlin's bathtub").

A good place to live and work

The small town of Pasewalk is the opposite of an anonymous big city. Small-scale development, individuality and visions are in harmony with each other here. Cultural highlights such as Schloss Bröllin and the Kulturforum provide stimulating variety. Sports and recreational opportunities offer all ages many alternatives for meaningful freetime activities.

  • Pasewalk offers affordable real estate and a high quality of life – families in particular feel really at home here.
  • Nestled into the traditional holiday region of the Szczecin Lagoon, the Pasewalk region is particularly popular with locals from Berlin.
  • Health is a top priority in Pasewalk: medical specialists in private practice and a basic and standard care hospital with more than 300 beds, which is also an academic teaching hospital, offer top medical care.
  • Extremely pleasing: you will find free daycare places and an attractive range of schools on offer here.

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