TaunusTurm Residential is a 68 meters (223 feet) high and exclusive residential tower that was built at the same time as the TaunusTurm that gave it its name. TaunusTurm Residential has a light natural stone facade and has 44 high quality apartments. Each of the differently planned residential units receives a tailor-made furnishing concept as well as an individual kitchen and bathroom design – uniform in terms of design and yet individual in execution.
The architecture was designed by Gruber + Kleine-Kraneburg (Frankfurt) in cooperation with Jean-Paul Viguier S.A. d’Architecture (Paris). However, the implementation was carried out by Dietz Joppien Architekten AG and B&V Braun Canton Architekten GmbH. TaunusTurm Residential was built by Ed. Züblin AG until 2013. The residential high-rise is due to concessions made by the City of Frankfurt to the project developer Tishman Speyer.
Both TaunusTurm and TaunusTurm Residential were built speculatively.