The depot, which got closed in 1952 and the freight transport shaped the urban area over the decades in the South of the Bayerischen Bahnhof. There were several signal boxes and extensive railway tracks on which travel and freight trains were assembled until the shutdown in the year 2001. The full dismantling of the old railway system in the course of the city tunnel construction paired with sustainable and ecological development offers enough room for new usage and ideas. The vivid Leipziger Southern suburb finds its growth potential and place for innovative education concepts.
BIG THINGS FOR THE LITTLE ONES
Currently, the closer area of Kurt-Eisner-Straße (subfield 8) is a vivid urban area – characterized by diverse usages like residential apartments, office, commercial usage of the media city, daycare and a small-scale retail trade.
In the north of the daycare „Elefant, Tiger und Knirps” there will be a primary school for 448 pupils including a gym hall, after-school care, break and sports areas.
Area (gross building area): around. 15.000 m² Planned Beginning of constructions: 2020 A project of: Stadtbau AG
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