1927 – 1930
Architects: Hans Atzenbeck, Joseph Duerr, Hans Grünzweig, Carl Jaeger, Fritz Landauer, Hanna Löv, Fritz Männche, Max Schoen
The planning of the housing estate goes back to a preliminary design by architect Hanna Löv. Only two-thirds of the planned extent of the estate was realized. The architects Fritz Landauer, Hans Atzenbeck, Max Schoen, Joseph Dürr, Hans Grünzweig and Fritz Männche were involved in the planning of the individual buildings under the direction of Carl Jaeger.
Four-story row buildings and apartment blocks of varying design were grouped around several spacious courtyards. In 1930, the estate comprised about 870 apartments in multi-story buildings with 45 to 100 square meters of living space, as well as 26 stores and a restaurant.