On CityLab: You can now work out exactly how much it costs to rent a Berlin apartment, subway station by subway station. This new map, put together by property portal Immobilienscout24.de, details the monthly rent for an average one-bedroom apartment for each U-Bahn and S-Bahn stop in the German capital. The map, available in a zoom-friendly version here, is an interesting portal into just how much the city’s wealth map has shifted in recent decades. But this being Berlin, the property tool is combined with something that does a whole lot more than that. It also allows you to work out if your landlord is illegally hiking your rent. Read more here.