Sustainable appreciation of attractive apartments City Centre housing project ‘Porthole’ in Offenbach advances with big steps. Soon the new building take shape that today takes place in Frankfurt the presence of Horst Schneider, Mayor of the city of Offenbach am Main, and Claus Wisser, well-known entrepreneurs and co-initiator of the ‘porthole’, the groundbreaking for the first phase of construction. Already at the end of the year, the entire shell is adorn the area between Luisa -, Ludwig, Frankfurt and Bahnhofstrasse. Developers of the 50 million euro project is the PG Luisen Court GmbH & co. KG, a company of the WEP group based in Frankfurt am Main, in which Claus Wisser is involved, and the EFO Immobilien GmbH from Mill Valley. “About the competition between frankfurters and Offenbach there were many jokes and anecdotes in the past. In the presence of the two cities and their planners work extremely well together. There is this at all, no reasonable alternative by growth on both sides.
What is the use of Offenbach, benefits We create another fact for the ahead joint way of the two cities”automatically Frankfurt am Main, and today, reaffirmed the Frankfurt entrepreneur Claus Wisser. Some 240 apartments will be in up to four sections. In recent weeks, Offenbach citizens have seen already the first preparatory work on the inner-city, 16,000-square-foot plot. With the already completed clearance of construction and building site facilities, the conditions are created that the construction of the apartments in the ‘porthole’ starts on time. “After the successful realisation of a large hamburger housing project for the WEP group we have engaged us like this beautiful project in Offenbach. The qualifications and expertise of the client as also our own experience from a variety of projects allow us to realize an optimal construction process and thus short completion times”Burkhard Siegemund, Managing Director of Hochtief solutions AG Office Berlin-Brandenburg, the General contractor-bound for the first phase of construction.