Main Triangel in Frankfurt
Height: 60.00 m
Main Triangel AddressZum Laurenburger Hof 76
Vacant spaces - Main Triangel
|809 m2 office space||13th floor (12. OG)||immediately|
|1,110 m2 office space||12th floor (11. OG)||immediately|
Main Triangle is an office building directly opposite the ECB in Frankfurt-Sachsenhausen. The design planning was done by Fritz Novotny. The complex, consisting of two building parts, was completed in 2008. Particularly striking is the atrium roof made of glass and steel, which spans the freely accessible inner courtyard. The Bilfinger construction company was responsible for the construction of the building. The facade was created by Josef Gartner GmbH. The office complex received LEED Gold certification.
The tall section of the building has 13 office floors and a technical floor on the building’s roof. A total of 17,758 square meters are available here. In the inner courtyard of the building complex, the world’s only panoramic twin elevator from ThyssenKrupp has been installed on the facade of the high-rise building. The lower building section has a total of 8,565 square meters on seven floors. Both parts of the building are connected by a connecting bridge on the fifth floor. The building also has 14 e-charging stations and 366 parking spaces for cars in an underground garage. There is also space for 80 bicycles.