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

Virage

A combined office and hotel building called Virage is to be built in the Gallus district. The post office administration building (Posthauptverwaltungsgebäude) originally built in 1976, also known as the Administration Building West (Verwaltungsgebäude West - VGW), is completely rebuilt and repositioned. The office tower was used by Commerzbank AG for many years, but the

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Financing of FOUR Frankfurt stands

The high-rise quarter FOUR in Downtown Frankfurt has reached an important milestone over the past few weeks. In mid-June, the last contracts for the overall financing of the mega-project were successfully completed. The realization of the four high-rise buildings between Junghofstrasse, Grosse Gallusstrasse and Neue Schlesingergasse is progressing according to plan in large steps. Novelty

Global Tower

Global Tower is located in the Financial District and the project is turning an existing office tower into a new office building. The high-rise building formerly housing Commerzbank will be completely gutted, given a new entrance and completely repositioned. Construction will start in the summer of 2018, with completion planned for the summer of 2020.

Gallileo

The Gallileo office tower is 136 meters (446 feet) high and is located at the corner of Gallusanlage and Kaiserstrasse in the Banking District with a view over Gallusanlage and its planting. The building's name Gallileo is derived from its address Gallusanlage 7 and is written using a double "L". Gallileo Frankfurt also houses the

Commerzbank Tower

Since 1997 the Commerzbank Tower has dominated the Frankfurt skyline. The skyscraper was built as Europe's highest office building. The tower measures almost 300 meters at the tip of the antenna. Seen close up, the building impresses with its elegance and extremely successful façade. In terms of construction, the Star architect, Sir Norman Foster trod