Gone are the tranquility of Kapuzinerberg, a quiet single-family neighborhood in Rheinfelden AG. Since it became known that the star of Nati, Xherdan Shaqiri, wanted to place a concrete block of 270 square meters there, the residents were upset.
Neighbors who had to struggle with shadow and the emission of light objected, according to Basler Zeitung. But the whole thing has nothing to do with Shakiri. But exclusively with their project. Additionally, there are not enough green spaces in Shack’s concrete block plots.
“Approach the population”
“Yes, the neighbors are not very fond of us,” Enrico Keybors, the architect of the controversial project, tells BaZ. But the plans were made by the authorities, and he did very well with the community. Kippors says good neighborliness is very important to him. One will approach the population individually.
In addition to the large apartment, an additional apartment is also planned, as well as a lot of terraces, a cinema, a fitness room, three indoor parking spaces with an electric charging station, four parking spaces for visitors, a swimming pool and much more. (red)
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