Spandau is an old fortress city. The historic old town with the citadel is considered the longest cohesive pedestrian zone in Berlin. The district has a total area of 9,191 hectares. As a traditional location for industry, Spandau has a large pool of available commercial properties.
- Archeological cellar at Reformationsplatz,
- Bruno-H.-Bürgel observatory,
- Open-air stage at the citadel,
- Gothic house at Breite Strasse,
- SiemensForum at Rohrdamm,
- Luftwaffe Museum at Gatow Airport,
- Kulturhaus Spandau,
- Expansive water and forest landscapes,
- Situated on the Havel and Spree Rivers.
- Located at the intersection of multiple transportation systems: Direct autobahn connections to Magdeburg, Hannover and Hamburg, located within the service area of Güterverteilzentrum Wustermark (Wustermark Goods Distribution Center) and a main nexus of central Europe's most important waterways.
- Spandau's old city, with its numerous businesses, is a secondary hub within Berlin;
- Large commercial property complexes;
- Maintaining the existing business base is a political priority