An old Bavarian village becomes the
most dynamic quarter of the
cosmopolitan city

Between Drygalski-Allee, named after a polar explorer who became famous for not hoisting the German flag on the South Pole, contrary to the spirit of the times, and the proud building of the Chinese consulate with its majestic stone lions in front of the entrance lie:

  • more than 1,500 newly built apartments
  • the Junges Quartier Obersendling, a campus around the themes of education, intercultural encounters, life and work for young people from here and from abroad
  • an art roof garden of the famous action artist Flatz
  • the car mile with the widest selection of car brands in one place in Munich
  • 2 training grounds of FC Bayern Muenchen
  • Sugar Mountain, an interim use project that offers recreational activities for teenagers.
  • and above all the landmark of our dynamic and international quarter, the former experimental power plant, which now houses a well-known furniture store and a restaurant and not any more the first gas turbine Siemens ever built.

Our initiative aims to connect residents and businesses in this vibrant but little-known neighborhood, initiate events, and improve the image of our district.