Relief center

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In larger cities, a relief center helps to relieve the inner cities by relocating space- expanding office and service companies . This creates peripheral office location concentrations in a convenient location (e.g. near airports ).


An example of a relief center, which is largely characterized by service functions, is Hamburg's City-Nord , which was built between the city center and the airport from the mid-1970s.

In the Rhine-Main area , the Niederrad office district was planned in the 1960s, halfway between Frankfurt city ​​center and the airport.

In Düsseldorf , on the right bank of the Rhine, north of the inner city, the Kennedydamm (88  hectares ) has been expanded as a relief center for the city, and the starfish area on the left bank of the Rhine .

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