In addition to subsidized apartments, the project Wohnen mit Optionen offers a collective garage, a neighborhood café and a Work Zone—the heart of the project. This is a six-meter high, open-plan factory hall that is divided into different modules and can be clustered into adaptable units. A place for soft production in the neighborhood is being created here. At the end of the Work Zone is the Quartierswerkstatt, a center for neighborhood activities with a focus on DIY. The aesthetics of the provisional opens up spaces of possibility and invites people to help shape them.
196 subsidized apartments, thereof 66 SMART apartments and 15 Housing First SMART units for single parents in need
as of 2024