For years, the city of Frankfurt is not moving forward with the designation of new commercial spaces; it is rather so, that the reserved areas disappear gradually for housing. In this respect, it is difficult to understand why again and again the Eastern harbour as a site for the construction of dwellings out of Peeps is. Certainly, it would be attractive to live on the river or at least to a Harbor basin. However, with great regularity Considerations put forward by a lack of understanding of the fact that Frankfurt as an industrial city.
this kind of man likes to project developers to see the views of the harbour area dollar signs in the eyes. The SPD Chairman and head of Planning Mike Joseph should know better. Frankfurt has one of the ten largest inland ports in Germany. The Area, which extends over kilometers, is one of the most important commercial areas in the city. The distinction between a "port-savvy" companies and those that do not need the water connection, is to that extent artificial. Business needs space, and there is a lack of in Frankfurt. How to shrink seriously think about this without this scarce areas even further? Where should the farms, which should disappear in favour of housing? And it is not, moreover, a rather academic Consideration, plants could be repotted? How many, especially since weakened, will not survive?
Also, mixed-use areas in the port are not the solution. The Juxtaposition of apartments and commercial may seem to many city planners as idyllic, but it fails already in the case of a car workshop in the backyard, if there in the lunch time, a fender is dented. How to fold it then in the harbour, with its rather rustic and Operated?Date Of Update: 17 June 2020, 11:20