EXPO REAL

EXPO REAL is the largest exposition for real estate and investments in Europe, and along with MIPIM in Cannes, is one of the leading real estate trade fairs. It has been held annually at the beginning of October on the Munich trade fair grounds by Messe München GmbH since 1998. EXPO REAL 2019 covered an area

The English Theatre Frankfurt

The English Theater Frankfurt is a purely English-language theater in Frankfurt. The theater was founded in 1979 and is the largest English-speaking theater in mainland Europe. The venue is the Gallileo tower in the Bahnhofsviertel district, on the corner of Gallusanlage and Kaiserstrasse. The English Theater Frankfurt performs various genres ranging from comedies and parodies

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Sep

Tower at the Old Police Headquarters in Frankfurt: Winner Presented

The area of the former police headquarters in Frankfurt (top left in the picture), which has not been developed for a long time, is to be rebuilt. For many years there was a dispute between the State of Hesse and the City of Frankfurt about the project. The property is currently owned by the project

What does the Office for Construction and Real Estate do?

The Office for Construction and Real Estate (Amt für Bau und Immobilien - short name ABI) has been centrally managing the real estate portfolio of the City of Frankfurt since 2017. The building and property management of the City of Frankfurt is responsible for the construction and operation of an extensive building and property portfolio.

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Mar

Does Frankfurt need a commuter tax?

You currently read on a weekly basis about rising prices for real estate. Regardless of whether it is for condominiums or if you live for rent: property prices have almost doubled in many areas of the Frankfurt city region. Although a lot is being built, high-priced apartments or micro-apartments are often built. More and more

T8 – Taunusanlage 8

T8 is a 68 meter (225 feet) high office block that was built in 2016 and is located in Frankfurt's Banking District. The building name T8 is derived from the address Taunusanlage 8. The T8 tower is located next to Marienturm in the first row at Wallanlagen, a ring-shaped green area around the city center.The

Campanile

Campanile was a skyscraper up to 220 meters (722 feet) high, which was to be created in various planning variants in Frankfurt from the early 1980s, but was ultimately not built. A plot of land was planned for the Campanile tower south of the main train station (Hauptbahnhof), on which a parking space had been

International High-Rise Award

Since 2004, the International High-Rise Award has been awarded every two years by the City of Frankfurt. The International High-Rise Award 2003 was initiated jointly by the City of Frankfurt with the German Architecture Museum and DekaBank. Since then, it has been organised and financed in partnership with the German Architecture Museum and DekaBank and