City East

City East (in German: City Ost) is a mixed-use development area around Frankfurt's East Station (Ostbahnhof), which is, like the Financial District, not formally precisely defined. City East is located in the Ostend (lit. "East End") district at the intersection of an established residential development in the western part and a predominantly commercial part on

West Harbor

The West Harbor (in German: Westhafen) of Frankfurt is a mixed-use development area and is located on the banks of the Main river south of the Central Station. The West Harbor belongs to the Gallus district and was mostly built by 2010. The last real estate project in the West Harbor was completed in 2020

Kaiserlei

The Kaiserlei development area belongs to the city of Offenbach and touches directly on the Frankfurt city border in the far east. At the same time, the Kaiserlei is the smallest district in terms of population in Offenbach with just 870 inhabitants (2020). The Kaiserlei area is also the most important office location in Offenbach

Lyon Quarter

The Lyon Quarter (in German: Lyoner Quartier) is a development area of ​​144 hectares near Frankfurter Kreuz (the interchange of the A3 and A5 freeways) and Frankfurt Airport. In recent years, the Lyon Quarter has developed into an attractive mixed area in which the existing office buildings have been supplemented by dozens of residential properties.

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Kaiserlei is to become a high-rise district

Anyone driving from the neighboring city of Offenbach to Frankfurt will also pass the Kaiserlei district. The city limits of Frankfurt and Offenbach meet in the Kaiserlei area. The city limits are so irregular here that it is difficult to say which area belongs to one or the other city. Actually, the two cities should

Financial District

The Financial District of Frankfurt is an inner-city development area in which a large number of banks, law firms, and organizations (particularly from the financial sector) are located. The Financial District is not an independent district and has no fixed boundaries, and is also called Banking District (in German: Bankenviertel). Today, areas of the western