The history of the paper mill, current demolition and soil remediation measures up to the development of the future Mühlbachviertel: neighbors of the former MD paper mill had the opportunity to see everything up close.
The deputy project manager Anika Schmider and the former employee of the Fritz Thoma paper mill gave a tour of the site. The demand for a walk across the site was very high beforehand. However, the number of participants was limited to 20 people. For this reason, Isaria and Deutsche Wohnen are offering an additional appointment on Tuesday, October 26th at 4 p.m. at. The meeting point is the Isaria information tower at Ostenstraße 8 in Dachau. Registration for participation is a prerequisite and possible at firstname.lastname@example.org
. “We were very surprised by the great demand and interest in the walk. We are happy to offer all neighbors on the site the opportunity to see the demolition work and the listed buildings up close and to walk through the calender hall and the paper room of the former paper mill, ”said David Christmann, Managing Director of the Isaria project development company. The neighbors of the site had to endure a number of inconveniences during the demolition work and should therefore be the first to see what has been done on the site so far. "In the future, I can also imagine offering the tours to all interested citizens," added Christmann.
After the tour, Schmider explained: “The conversation with the neighbors was very interesting for us.
Some had anecdotes to tell from the past, while others would like to have statements on apartments, but everyone shared the desire that the site be developed soon.
In any case, we would like to thank the participants for their interest and the extraordinary afternoon. "