High-Rise Deutsche Bank

In 1971, Deutsche Bank AG built a 25-storey office tower in the Financial District, which has since been demolished. The design originated from plans by the architect F. Wilhelm Simon and was one of the few high-rise buildings of this generation that had remained largely unchanged. The building was constructed by Philipp Holzmann AG. The

Park Tower

Park Tower is a 115-meter (377 feet) high-rise office building in Frankfurt's Westend district. The office tower is located on Reuterweg near the Opera Square (Opernplatz) and borders on the Rothschildpark to the north and east. Park Tower was built between July 2005 and autumn 2007 and offers around 24,000 square meters (258,333 square feet)

Deutsche Bank Twin Towers

Deutsche Bank's Twin Towers were built between 1979 and 1984, based on the designs of the architects Walter Hanig, Heinz Scheid and Johannes Schmidt. The building complex consists of three parts: a four-storey pedestal building and the two high-rise towers. The building complex is based on a complete reinforced concrete construction with superimposed, mirrored glass



The Marienturm is slowly visible

The Marienturm at Taunusanlage can be seen rising slowly in the urban area. While the Marienforum on Mainzer Landstrasse has already reached its full height at 10 floors, the first two upper floors of the Marienturm are visible. The Marienturm is in a prominent position next to the T11, near the twin towers of Deutsche