Residential Towers in Frankfurt

High-rise residential buildings in Germany are currently the trend. For several years, architects have regularly outdone each other with new designs. Most of the tall residential towers, however, are built in the big cities, in Germany especially in Frankfurt. We are therefore presenting the top 10 tallest new residential towers in Frankfurt on this page.

Advertising Opportunities in the Frankfurt Real Estate Market

Everything in the SKYLINE ATLAS is around high-rise buildings and larger real estate projects in Frankfurt and its surrounding metropolitan area. Here in our information portal, more than 500 pages are available and the content is constantly being written on. SKYLINE ATLAS has become a popular contact point for more than half a million readers

Oddo BHF Tower

Oddo BHF Tower is a protected high-rise office building on Bockenheimer Landstrasse in Frankfurt's Westend, which is now the headquarters of Oddo BHF Bank. The 82 meter high building was originally built between 1962 and 1965 based on a design by Sept Ruf. When it opened, it was the tallest building in Frankfurt. Most recently,

Frankfurt Apartments For Rent

Frankfurt is the city of high-rise buildings: there are more than 450 high-rise buildings and many tall skyscrapers. The Frankfurt skyline is unique in Germany. In addition, more than 50 high-rise buildings are currently under construction or planned. But the booming cosmopolitan city is not just made up of high-rise buildings, it is also a

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Real Estate Breakfast Offenbach: City of Opportunities and Potential

The message has arrived in the real estate industry: something is moving in Offenbach! And those who are smart act quickly. Because Offenbach is innovative, Offenbach is dynamic, but above all Offenbach has one thing: Excellent, extremely exciting commercial space potential that interests investors, project developers and architects alike.It is therefore hardly surprising that this

OmniTurm

The OmniTurm is the pioneer of a new trend. It is situated in the middle of the Financial District and was completed in winter 2019. It is the first skyscraper with real multi-use in Germany, as it contains office, residential and public areas. The foundation stone for the 46-storey OmniTurm was laid in 2016. A

Frankfurt Development Areas

As a rule, major construction projects, such as high-rise buildings, are being built in these locations in Frankfurt or are planned for the following development areas. These real estate locations are officially not a city district of Frankfurt or belong administratively to a directly adjacent suburb.The Financial District has the greatest concentration of very tall