Living in Frankfurt’s European District

The European District is a new urban quarter in Frankfurt, in which around 30,000 people will work and up to 10,000 people will live. The European District is located near the exhibition grounds on the former site of the main freight station. The development work began in 2005 and the first building construction was completed

AXIS

The AXIS residential tower is located at the western end of Frankfurt's European District and has a height of 60 meters (197 feet). The AXIS building complex is named after the special visual axes that the building, with its organic-looking façade stepped to the south, offers its residents between the Frankfurt skyline, the Taunus hills,

European District – Europaviertel

The European District of Frankfurt is a development area close to the city center that will be built between 2006 and 2024. The European District (in German: Europaviertel) was built on the site of the former main freight station. The European District is not an city district of its own, but officially belongs to the

Porsche Design Tower

In the middle of the European District, on plot 29, the company P+B Planen und Bauen from Sankt Augustin originally planned and presented the plans for one of the most extraordinary residential buildings in Germany, and at the same time, the first Porsche Design Tower in Europe. It is a perfect combination of a unique

Grand Tower

Grand Tower is a turning point in the German market for high-rise buildings. Grand Tower became Germany's tallest residential tower in 2019 with a height of 180 meters (590 feet). The tower was designed by Magnus Kaminiarz & Cie and developed by GSP. Grand Tower stands out against everything that has previously been built in