Bundesbank plans a new high-rise building next to its head office building, in order to strengthen its headquarters in Ginnheim district of Frankfurt. The existing building, designed by ABB Apel, Beckert and Becker from 1967 to 1972, will be renovated in the coming years. The Bundesbank is already looking for an alternative location for the construction work to be launched by 2018.
Regardless of the renovation of the main building, the Bundesbank is planning a concentration of its workforce at the head office. To date, employees have been distributed to several locations within Frankfurt, such as in the Trianon high-rise building.
As SKYLINE ATLAS learned, talks are already taking place between the Bundesbank and representatives of the City of Frankfurt to identify the headquarters as a high-rise quarter. It is generally expected that proof of residential space will be required for this purpose and that the Bank’s wish for the centralisation of its employees will be met. According to reports, the new high-rise building on the premises of the Bundesbank will be 36 storeys high and werected at the site of the guest house.