The quarter of the Island Tip (“Inselspitze”) in the port of Offenbach is beginning to take shape. Project developer, Deutsche Wohnwerte und Endinvestor Gustav Zech Foundation have been selected as builders.
An ensemble of three high-rise buildings (a 75 m high hotel tower, a 62 m high office tower and a 40 m high office building) are being built in Offenbach. The ensemble will set a spectacular ending point under the transformation of the former industrial road at the Offenbach port. The district will be developed and built by Gustav Zech Stiftung (Bremen) and Deutsche Wohnwerte Gmbh & Co. KG (Heidelberg) in collaboration with architects, Schneider + Schumacher (Frankfurt) and landscape planner, Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl (Überlingen). Dockers are the co-working provider of DESIGN OFFICES from Nuremberg, as well as the Bremen ATLANTIC hotel group.
The Gustav Zech Foundation will keep the project realised. This was confirmed by Offenbach’s Mayor Horst Schneider with the two managing directors of OPG Offenbacher Projektentwicklungsgesellschaft mbH and Mainviertel Offenbach GmbH & Co. KG, Daniela Matha and Annette Schroeder-Rupp at a press conference with the selected bidders’ association on Friday (May 19, 2017).
The project can be found on Phorio:
Photo: Schneider + Schumacher Architekten