The Seoul Metropolitan Government has postponed deliberation on the reconstruction of Eunma Apartment in Daechi-dong (photo), one of the’Gangnam Reconstruction Daeeo’. Following the suspension of Jamsil Jugong Complex 5 in Songpa-gu, the city of Seoul seems to be taking careful steps in reconstruction of the Gangnam area.
According to the maintenance industry on the 4th, Gangnam-gu recently requested Seoul to submit a plan for reconstruction of Eunma Apartment in Daechi-dong to the Urban Planning Committee, but received a notification of a request for supplementation from the city. It is reported that they received a request to reinforce the social mix, such as public rental housing.
Eunma Apartment was completed in 1979 and is 43 years old. It is a large-scale complex with a total of 4424 households, and its location in the middle of Daechi-dong, the representative school district in Gangnam-gu, is considered one of the apartments for the reconstruction. In March 2010, after receiving the D grade from the reconstruction safety examination, the promotion committee was established in December 2015 and a maintenance plan was established. However, after disagreeing with the city of Seoul over the number of floors, it was rejected in August 2017 without receiving a deliberation by the Provincial Committee. In December of that year, a revised plan was submitted from 49 stories high to 35 stories, but it was rejected again. Since then, he has knocked on the door several times, but the project is in a state of stagnation as the deliberation stage is blocked.
The Seoul Metropolitan Government recently put a brake on the reconstruction of Jamsil Jugong Complex 5 in Songpa-gu. After the inauguration of Seoul Mayor Oh Se-hoon, Songpa-gu asked the city to present a plan for reconstruction of Jamsil Jugong Complex 5 to the Provincial Committee’s Authorized Subcommittee, but was rejected for the need to supplement the opinions of the residents.
After Mayor Oh, who advocated easing reconstruction regulations, began his tenure in office, it seems that the pace of apartment prices continued to surge, mainly in reconstruction complexes in Seoul. Mayor Oh also stressed in an emergency briefing on the 29th of last month that “to control the pace of redevelopment and reconstruction, we will first eradicate disruptions in the real estate market.”
Reporter Shin Yeon-soo
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