The Alexisquartier City District is being built on Friedrich-Creuzer-Strasse.
Construction work on Friedrich-Creuzer-Strasse, 2020
Construction work, 2019
In 2019, nothing more can be seen of the former gravel pit.
The Alexisquartier City District borders on garden city Trudering.
Construction work in winter 2018
Excavation work, 2018
Start of construction work for the new quarter on Friedrich-Creuzer-Strasse, 2018
Free space for the residential quarter, 2017
The dilapidated gravel plant was demolished in 2018.
View of the former gravel plant in east direction, 2018
View of the former Piederstorf gravel pit towards Karl-Marx-Ring, 2018
Piederstorfer gravel pit, 2017
Neuperlach still has potential; Between Friedrich-Creuzer-Strasse and Karl-Marx-Ring, where the Piederstorfer gravel pit used to be, a new quarter with around 1,300 apartments is being built. The centre is a public park that opens to the Truderinger Wald forest. The green area in the extension of the Ständlerstrasse serves to protect air quality. Three children’s day nurseries are planned, a meeting hub for children and young people, a community centre and 1,600 square metres of retail space. 390 subsidised apartments, provide a range of residential options for different income groups.