Brexit is beginning to throw more and more shadows ahead. This could become the first rental in Frankfurt, clearly partly due to Brexit: according to media reports, Morgan Stanley is to occupy several floors in the high-rise project OmniTurm. So far, it is unclear where Morgan Stanley would go if the planned UK exit from
Once again, the Frankfurt-based project developer Groß & Partner is making a comeback. This time Groß & Partner announces a 128-meter high hotel and office tower called "The Spin" on the site of the former main freight station. The design for the high-rise building comes from renowned architectural office, Hadi Teheran, which has been in
On 18 July 2017, the Bildzeitung published a short report on the Skyline Atlas. The Skyline Atlas is a non-commercial information medium about high-rise building structures in Frankfurt am Main. Part of the publication of Bild was a short poem, written by Michael Wutzke: You are so beautiful, You get my heart racing. You're shocking
And suddenly it's going very fast: Grand Tower now rises faster and faster above the Gallus district. During our visit to the construction site this week, we were able to find that a new floor is now being built every few days. If it continues at this pace, the skyline will be richer at the
All relevant development plans regarding high-rise projects in Frankfurt are now available as an abstract in the Skyline Atlas. In the field of development plans, you will find all historical developments since the post-war period up to the high-rise development plans of the modern era. Further details, historical references and other original documents will be
The Marienturm at the Taunusanlage can be seen rising slowly in the Stadtraum. While the Marienforum, which is located on the Mainzer Landstraße, has already reached its full height at 10 floors, the first two upper floors appear at the Marienturm. The Marienturm is in a prominent position next to the T11, near the double
Real estate developers, Groß & Partner and Phoenix Real Estate show their funny side with the advertising project for the development of Grand Central. Guaranteed to make you smile. Thanks, G & P! Thank you, Phoenix!
SKYLINE ATLAS is looking for traces in terms of Brexit and urban development. An on-site visit to London by an employee of J.P. Morgan: It is a Saturday morning. I am flying British Airways from Frankfurt to London at 7.15. After more than an hour flight I arrived: I do not land in Heathrow this