Real estate investors see buildings mainly as investments that must yield profits. The fact that investment in the construction sector is so very profitable is not a matter of course. To do this, construction on the market has to meet demand, both in terms of its quality and price. For investors, therefore, capital is merely
The time is right for the Skyline Atlas! Today, with the Skyline Atlas, a project I've wanted to realise for many years is being launched online: an editorial information site about high-rise buildings in Frankfurt am Main - the city in which I live and work. There are many good reasons for the Skyline Atlas.
GEG German Estate Group AG, Frankfurt, has now acquired the former Commerzbank Hochhaus (Neue Mainzer Strasse 32-36, Frankfurt / Main) from Commerzbank AG and is developing it as a 'GlobalTower'. Built in 1974, the Hochhaus is a classic among the Frankfurt office buildings. With around 30,000 sqm of rental space, the GEG portfolio is another
Before the digital revolution spread in the form of high-resolution photos, the author of the SKYLINE ATLAS had taken a lot of pictures. Thousands of photographs were created, which have now been digitised in full resolution, many years after they were first taken. The archives thus contain unique images of Frankfurt from the past. The
RFR Holding GmbH (RFR) have bought the 'Hochhaus am Park', located in the Frankfurt district of West End. The building is located in the immediate vicinity of Goethe University, between Fürstenbergstraße, Grüneburgweg and Wolfgangstraße. The property, with a total rent area of 32,000 m², was previously used as an office building, but is currently empty.
For the 13,700 m² plot at the entrance to Frankfurt's Europaviertel, the former Telenorma site, an ideas contest was launched at the beginning of the year. The 90m high 'Tower 90' for the Berliner gsp Städtebau was the main object of interest. The proposal of the architectural firms, Jahn (Chicago) and Magnus Kaminiarz & Cie.
Four high-rise buildings will be built on the site and will form a new, urban quarter. Two of the towers are planned for living space, with other areas for catering and retail. Due to the special location in the middle of the skyline - also adjacent to the shopping and pedestrian zones of the city