Neue Mainzer Straße 1 in Frankfurt
Vacant spaces - Neue Mainzer Straße 1
|412 m2 office space||13th floor (12. OG)||2024|
|412 m2 office space||12th floor (11. OG)||2024|
|412 m2 office space||11th floor (10. OG)||by arrangement|
|432 m2 office space||3rd floor (2. OG)||immediately|
At the time of construction, the high-rise at Neue Mainzer Strasse 1, was the first tall building in the Financial District and was known for a long time as the Schweizer National Hochhaus. Due to its very modern architecture at the time, it is a protected building. The building, constructed in 1962, was designed by the architect Max Meid. The location is very representative, as the house is located at the southern gate of the Financial District and on the banks of the Main river. The exposed location is underlined by a two-story entrance hall with a staffed reception.
In 2006, a comprehensive refurbishment in line with the protection of historical monuments, including the replacement of the facade of the high-rise building, was carried out under the direction of Pielok Marquardt Architects. The office tower was adapted to today’s requirements of modern building technology and a modern cooling concept was integrated.