About SKYLINE ATLAS

SKYLINE ATLAS is the primary source about tall buildings in the Frankfurt city region. SKYLINE ATLAS provides the public a permanent central location for information about urban developments in Frankfurt. Numerous authors and creative minds produce the SKYLINE ATLAS. For decades the editorial staff has cultivated networks with experts in the real estate industry. SKYLINE

Fingerplan 1968

The Fingerplan from 1967/1968 (also referred to five finger plan), created in the aegis of the planning department head Hans Kampffmeyer, was a city planning scheme, starting from the Anlagenring, in which intensive building was permitted along several strips. The Fingerplan had far-reaching consequences for the development of high-rise buildings, particularly in the Westend district.

Development Plans

A development plan is an informal planning tool to explore development potentials in a city or district, to present a rough outline for its potential future use. It is not legally binding, and is subject to a standardised procedure. The planning scale is arranged between the land use and development planning, and is thus usually