Freiham – It’s hard to imagine that here in the far west of Munich there were only fields. The new district of Freiham, in which 26,000 people are supposed to live, is far from finished.
By the end of the year, Freiham will have around 2,500 residents
The first pioneers moved here in 2019, right in the middle of a major construction site. There are now around 1,500 new residents north of Bodenseestraße, and another 1,000 will be added by the end of the year when their apartments are ready – especially in the cooperative buildings, at Gewofag and GWG and in the Stadibau building.
This whole development has been documented since 2017 (based on an idea from the VHS in Pasing) a group of eight hobby photographers around the photography teacher and project manager Gérard Pleynet, the pictures should eventually go to the city archive.
First district festival on Saturday from 3 p.m
This Saturday, when Freiham celebrates its first district festival, the 30-metre-long long-term documentary can also be viewed publicly. In addition, cooperatives, initiatives (such as value creation for solidarity agriculture) and builders will introduce themselves, there will be music theatre, a broom ballet and an audio walk. Looking might be fun.
Saturday (3 p.m. to 9 p.m.), Freiham district festival, Grete-Weil-Straße in the future district center