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The OmniTurm is the pioneer of a new trend. It is situated in the middle of the Financial District and was completed in winter 2019. It is the first high-rise building with real multi-use in Germany, as it contains office, residential and public areas. The foundation stone for the 45-storey OmniTurm was laid in 2016.

The building comprises more than 43,850 square meters of class A office space, approximately 8,175 square meters of modern residential space, and more than 1,579 square meters of publicly accessible space. The high-rise building offers flexible and efficient spaces with state-of-the-art functionality that meet the requirements of modern and larger tenants, as well as catering for urban residential tenants in every respect. Also, OmniTurm achieved the LEED Platinum certification.

OmniTurm is intended to be a dynamic technology start-up center with creative office and co-working areas, as well as a cafeteria and event hall. The mixture of traditional office halls and younger start-up users fill this high-rise with an active business life and mark a trending change in the area of ​​mixed-use properties for Frankfurt. Other facilities include community areas, bicycle parking, charging stations for electric vehicles and restaurant facilities. There is also direct access to the newly-built park and Plaza areas right next to the building.

OmniTurm is easily accessible by public as well as private transportation and it is directly opposite of TaunusTurm. Thanks to its location in the middle of the banking district, OmniTurm is surrounded by a variety of retail, gastronomy and cultural facilities. Also, the four upcoming skyscrapers of the FOUR Frankfurt complex are directly bordering the OmniTurm site. 

OmniTurm was originated by project developer Tishman Speyer and its architecture comes from the international architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG). The statics are provided by Bollinger + Grohmann, the construction company is Adolf Lupp and the elevator manufacturer is Schindler. The OmniTurm is owned by the Hausinvest fund.

A novelty for Europe: Since OmniTurm has reached a height of 100 meters (328 feet), the intersection corner Neue Mainzer Strasse/Grosse Gallusstrasse is the first street intersection in Europe, with high-rise buildings of more than 100 meters height at each corner. Next to OmniTurm the skyscrapers TaunusTurm, Japan Center, and Global Tower are located at this street crossing.

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OmniTurm in Frankfurt - Omni Tower in the CBD - mixed-use skyscraper designed by BIG Bjarke Ingels Architects - construction site as of August 2019
OmniTurm in Frankfurt - one of the tallest new skyscrapers in Europa - Construction site as of June 2019
Photo of OmniTurm in Frankfurt - Designed by BIG Bjarke Ingels - Skyscraper containing apartments for sale
OmniTurm Frankfurt - CBD - Financial District - Skyscraper designed by BIG Bjarke Ingels Group - developed by project developer Tishman Speyer
OmniTurm - Skyscraper in the city of Frankfurt - under construction - Financial District - October 2018

Status February 2018: The bending of OmniTurm is currenly under construction.

OmniTurm skyscraper - under construction - Frankfurt CBD Central Business District - February 2018

Status September 2017: The first three floors are visible, see the following picture.

Omniturm Frankfurt - September 2017
Omniturm Frankfurt

The following side view is from the competition phase of the OmniTurm. Its height is 185.4 meters. However, the actual height of the OmniTurm is 189.9 meters.

Omniturm Seitenansicht
Omniturm Frankfurt

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