Turm Center

The Turm Center Frankfurt at Eschersheimer Landstraße 14 is a 74 meter high office tower. Originally built in 1970, it was extensively revitalized from 2014 to 2015. Before that, it had stood empty for several years. The English real estate fund Benson Elliot had acquired the building from Landesbank Baden-Württemberg in 2013 with the aim

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Feb

Global Tower Frankfurt – Construction Work almost completed

The Global Tower in the middle of Frankfurt's financial district is nearing completion after around 3.5 years of intensive renovation work. Since summer 2018, the former Commerzbank high-rise building at Neue Mainzer Straße 32 - 36 has been completely gutted, modernized and thus made suitable for the demands of today's office world. After the European

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Apr

Half of ONE pre-leased

The real estate project developer CA Immo has signed a  10-year lease for around 3,000 square meters (32,291 square feet) of rental space in the ONE high-rise development with the international game company Cloud Imperium Games Ltd. The 190 meter (623 feet) high landmark building is currently being built by the beginning of 2022 in

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Jan

Google Germany becomes a tenant in the Global Tower

Google Germany has rented around 5,200 square meters (55,972 square feet) of space from GEG as part of a third-party mandate. The office space is located in the Global Tower, which is currently being revitalized. GEG is a subsidiary of the real estate company DIC Asset AG, which is listed in Germany on the Frankfurt

Interiew with Eduard Schaepman

Home > Magazine > Interviews > Eduard Schaepman How the Coworking Provider Tribes Is Rethinking the Office Interview with CEO Eduard Schaepman Coworking spaces have boomed in recent years, with a worldwide increase in coworking offices and coworkers. At the same time, there is constant change in the coworking ecosystem. Originally dominated by freelancers, creatives,

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Jan

Frankfurt and Brexit

Following the Conservatives' clear victory in the UK election in December 2019, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reaffirmed his plan to lead Britain out of the EU by the end of January 2020. With the clear victory, a second referendum on leaving the EU is now clearly off the table. Boris Johnson now wants