The "Forum Köpenick“, with its 40,000 qm sales area, is the largest shopping centre in the south-east of Berlin. Near Köpenick's old town centre, the Forum Köpenick, which is located next to the S-Bahn station, invites you to an extensive shopping trip. The Forum opened in 1997 and welcomes its guests with an interesting mix of shops and gastronomy.
The mall offers 140 genuine retail stores spread out on 40.000 square metres over three levels. FC Union and a huge pet store can be found in the mall.
Forum Köpenick shopping center is located in Köpenick, a historic town that is situated at the confluence of the rivers Dahme and Spree in the south-east of the German capital city of Berlin.The mall is situated in the Köpenick's old town center, right next to the S-Bahn station. The mall is very well served by public transport.
Lines 164, 269 and X69 to the stop Forum right in the front of the center.
S3 to Köpenick S-Bahn station (every 10 minutes)
Lines 62, 63, 68 and get off at S-Bahnhof Köpenick
The Forum Köpenick shopping center does not create the usual introverted hostile shopping centre, but is instead a simple market hall. The long glass covered market has created a central focus for events, gastronomy, side stalls whilst forming the gateway to the more specialist markets and shops. It offers uninhibited views onto Bahnhofstrasse and also to the newly created residential area at Wuhle Becken, which was created by damming the main river flow. The height of the building responds to its neighbours and thereby complies with the existing urban structure. The residential unit holds whithin its compact structure subsidized flats. To the west of the new waterside development a three storey open building reflects the existing character of the area.