Eschborn South (in German: Eschborn Süd) is a development area and belongs to the city of Eschborn, which has just around 20,000 inhabitants. The monofunctional commercial area borders directly on the western city limits of Frankfurt and covers an area of 50 hectares. The A 66 freeway runs south of the industrial park, while the Eschborn South S-Bahn Station (regional transportation) is located in the eastern part providing a connection to Frankfurt Central Station. The commercial area is also called the Eschborn Economic Center (Wirtschaftszentrum Eschborn).
The Eschborn South Commercial Park has more than 21,000 jobs available at hundreds of companies. Well-known organizations in this office area include Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Börse, EY, Vodafone, and the Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA).
Eschborn South is characterized by its striking silhouette from afar. The Eschborn skyline consists of more than twenty high-rise buildings that are up to 23 storeys high. The tallest building is the Deutsche Bank High-Rise, which includes a data center.
In recent years, numerous other office buildings have been built, particularly in the Düsseldorfer Strasse area. In 2019, the entrance to the industrial park was redefined with the SAP High-Rise. Not far away, Sky Eschborn will be built by the end of 2020.
More high-rise locations are to follow here in the coming years. An office complex with a high point is to follow with the Eschborn Gate by 2023. The Boersenplatz Eschborn Tower is to be built on Mergenthaler Allee diagonally across from the EY Building.
Location and Accessibility
The companies and institutions that use the business location include the Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA), British Telecom, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Börse AG, Deutsche Telekom, Enterprise Autovermietung, EY, Fiskars, GfT, Huawei, LG, LOTTE Advanced Materials , Management Circle, Manpower, PSD Bank, Rödl und Partner, Samsung, SAP, Swatch Group Germany, Verbatim, Vodafone, and Zühlke.
Data Center Location
South of the development area is the Frankfurt-Rödelheim district, which can be reached via a bridge. In the Rödelheim commercial area, larger office buildings have been under construction on Wilhelm-Fay-Strasse for several years. In addition, Rödelheim is developing into a large location for data centers for numerous operators.