A new park is being built on the Eifelwall in Cologne – it is part of the large-scale Parkstadt Süd project.
Cologne – The Rhine metropolis Cologne * already has a comparatively large amount of green in the city center – but it is set to grow even more. The popular districts of Neustadt-Süd and Sülz are getting a new park, 3 hectares in size. The "Park am Eifelwall" is bounded in the north by the Eifelwall, in the south by Hans-Carl-Nipperdey-Strasse, in the west by Luxemburger Strasse and in the east by the railway line on the Eifelwall. The green space is the first component of the Parkstadt Süd Köln * mega-project, which, in addition to living space for around 7,700 people and around 4,300 new jobs, is also intended to create more recreational areas and nature.
24RHEIN * shows a visualization of the park & other details
The green area is intended to extend the inner green belt, which currently runs from the banks of the Rhine in Cologne-Riehl to Luxemburger Strasse. (mah) * 24RHEIN is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.