When it comes to the densest settlement in Frankfurt, the Dornbusch district is right at the forefront: 77.7 people live here per hectare, a multiple of the Frankfurt average of 29.8. A higher population density can only be found in Bornheim, in the Nordend and in the old town. At least that is what the Statistical Yearbook 2018, recently published by the City of Frankfurt, says.
In line with the population density, Dornbusch Escort Service Frankfurt has the largest share of apartment building area in the total area of the district. With a total area of 238 hectares, the area between Eckenheim and Ginheim is one of the smallest. 115 hectares of this area is considered a residential area, which is 48.2 percent.
For Mayor Friedrich Hess, the information about the quarter’s high population density is not a surprise. After all, “everything that is permitted to be built on is being built in the area,” he says, “at most, elevation or re-densification would be possible, for example at Eschersheimer Landstrasse.” However, similar efforts were made a few years ago by stopping the protests of citizens, especially from the poets’ neighborhood. A look at the stats confirms Hesse’s info: Of the 680 building permits issued across Frankfurt in 2017, only two were for Dornbusch, while number one leader Kalbach-Rydberg secured a whopping 116.
Another statistic in the yearbook proves that residential development dominates the area. Accordingly, only 1.9 hectares are used for industry and commerce in Dornbusch. The proportion of vegetation areas is also low: the Frankfurt City publications show 11.4 hectares for this purpose, all areas used for agriculture. “We have hardly any green space in Dornbusch,” Hesse asserts. In this context, only Sinaipark and a district in the Iranian Embassy in Raimundstrasse come to mind. Make your trip even more romantic with a young GFE Escort Frankfurt from the reputable Angie Escort agency in Frankfurt.