Eurotheum

Eurotheum is a 110-meter high-rise and was designed by the Offenbach-based architecture firm Novotny Mähner Assoziierte. The high-rise is on Junghofstrasse and was completed in 1999. Eurotheum was built at the same time as the neighboring MAIN TOWER. Both skyscrapers share an underground car park. Eurotheum is a mixed-use tower: it houses both office space,

Eurotower

The Eurotower is a skyscraper in the banking district designed by architect Richard Heil. The Euro Tower is located at the corner of Kaiserstrasse, Neue Mainzer Strasse and Willy-Brandt-Platz. The characteristic Euro sculpture in front of the Eurotower indicates the importance of the building as the headquarters of the European Central Bank from 1998 to

Japan Center

Japan Center is a skyscraper in Frankfurt's financial district. The office building has 27 floors and a height of 115 meters (377 feet). It was designed by the architects Joachim Ganz and Walter Rolfes and was completed in 1996. The Japan Center has a terracotta-colored natural stone cladding and is designed according to strictly geometric

High-Rise Development Plan 2021

Using the high-rise building plan 2021, the City of Frankfurt wants to express its political opinion on how and where new skyscrapers are to be built in the future. Using this instrument investors and clients can better orient themselves. The planning department is currently working on updating the high-rise development plan 2000, which was updated