On 31 May 2017, the official foundation stone of the Omni tower on the New Mainzerstrasse took place. Participants included project developer, Tishman Speyer from New York City, as well as the architect, Bjarke Ingels. Frankfurt's planning representative, Mike Josef (SPD) said "the Omniturm was a high-rise, as we imagine it as a city". At
The Frankfurt-based planning representative, Mike Josef (SPD) intends to allow new high-rise developments in Frankfurt only in clearly defined areas. As is apparent from various press publications in the last few days, "speculation" is to be counteracted. The new high-rise plan, which is to be presented next year, is intended to cement appropriate development requirements.
The quarter of the Island Tip ("Inselspitze") in the port of Offenbach is beginning to take shape. Project developer, Deutsche Wohnwerte und Endinvestor Gustav Zech Foundation have been selected as builders. An ensemble of three high-rise buildings (a 75 m high hotel tower, a 62 m high office tower and a 40 m high office
As reported by the Hessenschau TV show, the construction costs on the high-rise project, Onyx in the Westend have exploded, and the originally set construction time has been exceeded. The client has been declared bankrupt and an insolvency administrator has been appointed. Two thirds of the condominiums have been sold so far and the remainder
Sylvia Weber and city councillor, Jan Schneider have announced the upcoming reform of the administration during two meetings at the Department of Property Management, and the School Administrators and Municipal Cleaning Staff, During intensive consultations and preparatory work, it was decided that areas of school development planning, the implementation of phase 0, the definition of