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Shakiri obtains a building permit for her luxurious temple

The city council has approved the construction project of Xherdan Shaqiri (30) at Reinfelden AG. Will peace now return to the peaceful neighborhood of Kapuzinerberg single-family homes?

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The city council has approved the construction project of Xherdan Shaqiri.

“Yeah, the neighbors don’t like us that much.” Enrico Kyburz said this for “BaZ” in September 2021. Kyberz is the architect of Xherdan Shaqiri’s luxury temple to be built at Rheinfelden AG.

The Nati star’s Dream Villa project is causing a stir in the neighborhood. The cast shade and lack of green space in the new property gave rise to four objections.

These are now – at least for now – irrelevant. The city council granted the building permit on August 8, writes “The Falcon”. This was made possible by a few changes in the mega project.

Natural stone facade instead of concrete

The retractable fence is now deeper in the driveway. The facade is made of natural stone instead of concrete. A photovoltaic system will be installed on flat green roofs.

Will it bring peace to the peaceful neighborhood of Kapuzinerberg single-family homes? “At the moment I am not commenting on the verdict. I have to analyze it first,” neighbor Marcus Trotmann told the newspaper.

Parties who have already filed an objection can appeal to the canton against the building permit, which is not yet legally binding. One of them is the Basel lawyer Trotman.

Shaqiri in the United States by the end of 2024

Shakiri is built on a floor area of ​​270 square meters. Grandma’s apartment, a cinema, a gym, a swimming pool – nothing a family needs in Rheinfelden. The 30-year-old currently plays for Chicago in the United States. His contract runs until the end of 2024. (yap)

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