Heeresbekleidungsamt 3

Hinter den roten Klinkerfassaden verbirgt sich eine moderne Stahlbeton-Skelettbauweise. Es gab immer mal Pläne, in den ehemaligen Militärgebäuden Wohnungen auszubauen. Aber ein Investitionsbedarf von 40 bis 50 Millionen Euro und die Unmenge von Altlasten haben jeden Investor abgeschreckt.

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