Hannibal II, Dortmund.
800 residents had been led to believe they could return to their homes in not less than three months - living with acquaintances or in temporary emergency shelters. Then the announcement from dubious owner Intown follows: The problematic building complex is to be shut and locked down six weeks later. Eviction was to start as soon as possible - with partly malfunctioning elevators - and hundreds of inhabitants were then denied access to their homes and letterboxes. Today, the site on Vogelpothsweg is a ghost ruin.